Welcome to Buffalo Healthy Living Magazine

Buffalo Healthy Living Magazine (BHL) is a FREE full color monthly magazine and NYS Benefit Corporation. Our mission is to provide evidence-based information to improve the health, fitness and nutrition for people of all ages. Find us at 2,000 locations, including all Wegmans and Tops stores, hospitals, medical and dental offices, fitness centers, cafes, restaurants, office buildings, libraries, schools, and select Tim Hortons and 711 stores. We are reaching 127,500 readers in print and thousands more online. We welcome writers, advertisers, and article suggestions. As a legally-incorporated benefit corporation, we embrace the highest standards of corporate purpose, accountability, and transparency for having a positive social and environmental impact. View our NYS Benefit Corporation Report and Contact us to learn more about how we can work together to achieve our mutual goals. We are also helping our clients with their own media and marketing needs. If you would like our help, learn more here.

  • A New Year’s Wish for Our Readers

    Best wishes for a new year filled with peace, health and happiness.

    A New Year’s Wish for Our Readers
  • Winter Fun

    A great time to share family fun.

    Winter Fun
  • Winter Sports and Eye Protection

    January is winter sports safety awareness month. Wearing ski goggles is important for your safety and protection when it comes to light, wind and weather conditions.

    Winter Sports and Eye Protection
  • Protect Yourself from the Flu!

    The flu vaccine prevents about 5.1 million flu illnesses in the U.S., 71,000 hospitalizations, and 3,000 deaths. The flu vaccine does not cause the flu!

    Protect Yourself from the Flu!
  • Fill Snow Days with Activities and Fun

    Too cold to be outside? Spend some time keeping warm indoors while being creative.

    Fill Snow Days with Activities and Fun
  • Special Issues

    Ask us about a custom issue created specifically for your organization and distributed to the Western New York community.

    Special Issues

THE INDEPENDENT HEALTH AND BUFFALO BILLS HEALTH & WELLNESS CHALLENGE CONTINUES TO INSPIRE WESTERN NEW YORKERS TO LIVE HEALTHIER

The Independent Health and Buffalo Bills Health & Wellness Challenge continues to motivate Western New Yorkers to get active, eat right and take charge of their health. More than 27,000 individuals – including 2,725 new participants – registered ...

Igniting Action: Eliminating Health Care Disparities

By Peter J. Ciotta Did you know that African Americans who live in five ZIP codes on Buffalo’s East Side (14204, 14206, 14211, 14212, and 14215) experience many of the worst health outcomes in Erie County? They are more likely to have serious chronic...

Try the Trendiest Flavors

Try the Trendiest Flavors Tonight New seasonings make it easy (Family Features) Exotic flavors common in the Middle Eastern region of the world like harissa, za’atar and shawarma are having a moment, appearing on restaurant menus and in popular make-...

Get Out and Move: Tai Chi

By Annette Pinder               This summer I watched a group of people perform tai chi at the Elmwood art festival. Completely synchronized with one another, they were engaged in a slow and gentle silent dance. Oft...

Modify Grooming and Beauty Tips for Winter

Winter may be a time for cozy sweaters and tall boots, but it also can be a season for static-charged hair and dry skin. Upon the arrival of cold weather, women and men may have to make some changes to their beauty or grooming routines to survive the...

Try the Trendiest Flavors

Try the Trendiest Flavors Tonight New seasonings make it easy (Family Features) Exotic flavors common in the Middle Eastern region of the world like harissa, za’atar and shawarma are having a moment, appearing on restaurant menus and in popular make-...

Love Doesn’t Come in a Color

Love Doesn’t Come in a Color By Helaine Sanders, LMSW, JD I was recently asked about my experience as a Caucasian mother of two adopted African American sons. My initial reaction was to say it wasn’t that different. However, as I thought more about i...

 

 

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