Top 10 LaPorteCountyLife Health Articles of 2013

By: Karin Woodside Last Updated: December 13, 2013

HealthArticleImageLPCLWe are almost to the end of another great year! 2013 will soon reach an end, and now is the time to look back upon all that has happened throughout two-o-thirteen.

Here at, we’ve shared many stories of the year in our Health section, from others achieving their fitness goals to new, innovative practices offered by our healthcare community.

Check out some of the top articles from across LaPorteCountyLife’s Health Section for 2013!

Women and Men Take Charge of Their Health


IU Health La Porte hosted their annual Women's Fair at Blue Chip Casino, providing an easy and convenient way for women to learn and take care of their health.

5k Race at Blue Chip Casino Benefits Riley’s Children’s Hospital


Despite chilly weather, the Run, Walk, and Roll 5K went off without a hitch, with funds going to benefit kids in La Porte County.

Alzheimer’s Association’s Walk to End Alzheimer’s


Hundreds of Michigan City residents united in a movement that aims to end Alzheimer's.

Shakin’ Their Way Towards Health


The La Porte High School Girl Reserves held a special Zumba party at the high school after their regular meeting.

Family Fun For All at YMCA Healthy Kids Day


As a part of a national initiative to get kids up and moving, the La Porte County YMCA held a Healthy Kids Day.

La Porte County Is All In for Going Red for Women

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La Porte celebrated February as Heart Health Month to raise awareness for women heart health.

An Interview with Jonathan Nalli of Porter Regional Hospital


We recently caught up with Jonathan Nalli in our studio, and he kindly filled us in as to how their move went and what the future looks like for Porter preparing its way as a regional health source to Northwest Indiana.

Fitness Fridays Return to La Porte County


Fitness Fridays hit its second year, an initiative to get people in the community moving for better health.

Spirit of Women Brings a Wealth of Health Information to Community


Franciscan Alliance offered a free Little Black Dress health event that pampered women while offering resources to improve their health.

LaPorteCountyLife Just Traveled the Country with Anytime Fitness!


Anytime Fitness has a nationwide newsletter and recently, an article from our site made it into the widespread publication!