Leg Day

December 16, 2019

I did legs yesterday and I can hardly walk. At the gym I walked on the treadmill for 10 mins, then did 10 reps on the leg press, 10 reps of leg extensions and leg curls, and 10 reps on the calf raise machine. I did each machine four times. After that, I did 4 […]

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U of R Gets $3 Million Fine For Security Breach

November 7, 2019

Written by Jasmine The New York State Department of Health and Human Services has fined the University of Rochester $3 million due to a data breach. The breach stemmed from a lost laptop and flash drive, both of which were unencrypted, leading to the theft of protected health information. After a federal investigation, it was […]

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No Junk Food For 90 Days!! 🙅🏾‍♂️🙅🏾‍♂️

December 6, 2019

Written by DJ Sight I’m trying a new challenge. I have no idea what it’s called, all I know is I can’t eat any junk food for 90 days. You start to realize how easy it is to have access to junk food when you’re not trying to eat it. You also learn how expensive […]

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Recall on King Arthur Flour

November 5, 2019

Written by Jasmine King Arthur Flour issued a recall on their five- pound lot bags of Unbleached All-Purpose Flour of certain product lot codes back in October. Now the flour manufacturer has expanded this recall to include three more lot codes. As a result of possible E. Coli contamination, lot codes L18A09A, L18A09C and A19A08A […]

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Possible Salmonella Outbreak in Ground Beef?

November 5, 2019

Written by Jasmine  According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the US Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service, there is an ongoing investigation into ground beef after it was linked to a multi-state outbreak of Salmonella Dublin, which is said to be more serious and severe than other strains of […]

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A Monroe County Child Dies of Influenza

October 30, 2019

Written by Jasmine It has been confirmed that, between the dates of Oct. 1, 2019, and Oct. 19, 2019, a 4-year-old child in the Monroe County area has died as a result of the flu. It is not clear yet whether or not the child had been vaccinated. In fact, in a report published by […]

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Jam Squad Recap: Hustle for Health Rochester Kickoff & Step Jam Giveaway

November 23, 2019

Written by Jasmine On Saturday, November 23, 2019, WDKX’s very own Jazzy T hosted a Hustle for Health Rochester Kick-Off and Step Jam Giveaway and invited the WDKX Jam Squad to attend! Hustle for Health was co-founded by Jazzy T in Buffalo, NY and encourages us to take steps for a healthy mind, body and […]

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Ronald McDonald House’s Semi- Annual Charity Sale

October 24, 2019

Written by Jasmine It’s officially time for “The Sale”. Twice a year the Ronald McDonald House Charities of Rochester hosts a multi-day fundraising event to support RMHCR programs and services. What can you purchase at this sale? Well there will be everything from new and gently used clothing and furniture, to sporting goods and everything […]

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Adams St. R-Center Offers Adult Open & Lap Swim Times

November 20, 2019

Adams St. R-Center now has designated times for adult open and lap swim sessions for city residents. Adult open swim sessions are available every Monday through Friday from 4:30 – 6 p.m. and on Saturdays from noon – 3 p.m. and 8 – 9 p.m. For more information, contact Brittany Bowman at Brittany.Bowman@cityofrochester.gov or call the Adams […]

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Baby and Me Swim Classes Available at Adams Street R-Center

November 19, 2019

The City of Rochester’s Department of Recreation and Youth Services is offering Baby and Me indoor swimming lessons for parents/guardians and their infant children. The 30-minute classes will be offered in six-week sessions at 9 a.m. on Saturday mornings at the Adams St. R-Center, 85 Adams St. Baby and Me is designed to allow parents […]

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