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This Month's Lead Story:
Create a Healthier Home
As you prepare to do your spring-cleaning this year, go a step further and consider how your home environment may be affecting your health. Here are some things to add to your spring-cleaning checklist.
Previous Months' Lead Stories:
Are You a Junk Food Addict? posted 3/2013
For many of us, one of the biggest obstacles to maintaining a healthy weight is food cravings. To get them under control, we need to understand what’s triggering them in the first place and how some food manufacturers are contributing to the problem.
Take H.E.A.R.T. for Your Health posted 2/2013
Living a heart-healthy lifestyle decreases your chances of developing cardiovascular disease as well as diabetes, cancer and chronic respiratory diseases. Here are five simple steps that can put your lifestyle on the right track.
Making Resolutions You Can Keep posted 1/2013
If you’re in the process of making or trying to keep your New Year’s resolutions, consider this. You will have a much better chance of reaching your goals if you have a well-designed plan. Use these 10 steps as a guide.
Health Tips for the Holidays posted 12/2012
One of the best ways to show loved ones you care is to encourage them to lead a healthy lifestyle. But you may not get their attention if you don’t practice what you preach. Here are some tips to help you stay healthy all year long.
Feast Without Food Coma posted 11/2012
No matter how much you look forward to feasting on your favorite holiday foods, you probably don’t enjoy that post-meal dive into a food coma. Here are some ways to prevent it so you can enjoy your time with family and friends.
Choose Wisely posted 10/2012
Trying to eat a healthy diet based on the latest Dietary Guidelines for Americans? That’s a great start, but recent research suggests that we may need to go one step further and consider how our food was raised or grown.
Eating for Energy posted 9/2012
Providing your body with the proper nutrients at the proper intervals will ensure sustained energy all day long. You will feel better, get more accomplished and know that you are fueling your body for optimal health.
Health Effects of a Drought posted 8/2012
The drought continues to dominate news reports, which predict rising food and fuel prices as well as the potential for water and energy shortages. Adding to those concerns, the CDC is warning that health problems can be triggered by drought.
Train Like an Olympian posted 7/2012
Training at the Olympic level may not be a goal most of us would attempt to reach, but many of their strategies are appropriate for any sport or fitness program. Here are ten Olympian-inspired tips that can set you up for success.
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