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Pulling out rotten dental myths
A common myth is that sugar directly causes cavities; actually, sugar feeds the bacteria in your mouth and allows them to thrive, Dr. Lewis First writes.
Vary pace to get run results up to speed
Most runners make their fast runs too easy, and their easy runs too fast, columnist Jonathan Mulholland writes.
One-dish meals can have multiple benefits
If you and your family rely on casseroles, it makes sense to give them a healthy makeover, columnist Jordy Kivett writes.
Pump up heart health from young age
Risk factors for heart disease can begin to develop in childhood, Dr. Lewis First writes.
'Super foods' not magic bullets
Most advertised "super foods" are healthy foods that would be healthy for most people to include in their diet, columnist Jordy Kivett writes.
For most children, sacral dimples are pretty simple
The tiny hole parents sometimes find on the base of the lower back of their babies are called sacral dimples and generally present no problems, writes Dr. Lewis First.
Moving correctly important part of exercise
Columnist Ted Santaniello talks about proper body movement and why our bodies fail.
Making a holiday out of home safety
Dr. Lewis First shares tips for keeping kids safe around the home this time of year.
A healthy appetite for gift giving
How about a present that is practical, appreciated, will be used and genuinely shows you care, writes Jordy Kivett.
Stay in line with your spine
Spinal awareness is one of the most important things to practice when lifting any kind of weight, writes fitness columnist Ted Santaniello.
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