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Alternative ways to quench summer thirst
Staying hydrated is important, especially during the summer months, writes Cornell Cooperative Extension nutritionist, Jordy Kivett..
Diet, exercise work better together
Focusing on one aspect more than the other will yield less than optimal fitness results, John Vasile writes.
Tips for preventing poor posture
Columnist John Vasile looks at three types of postural issues.
Add fruits and veggies to summer grilling routine
Jordy Kivett offers tips for throwing fruits and vegetables on the grill.
Walking an underrated form of exercise
Walking is a weight-bearing exercise that increases bone density but is easy on joints., columnist John Vasile says.
Breakfast too important to skip
Jordy Kivett has tips for those who are not naturally inclined to eating first thing in the morning.
Tabata protocol an effective training method
The type of high-intensity interval training combines aerobic, anaerobic activity, John Vasile writes.
Tips for reducing calories in kids' diets
Offering young children a variety of fruits and vegetables with each meal and for snacks is an easy way to combat obesity, Jordy Kivett writes.
Breath-holding spells can be scary
Behavior is fairly common in most toddlers, Dr. Lewis First writes.
Take advantage of off-season to train
There are numerous benefits to participating in some type of off-season conditioning program, such as an athletic camp, columnist John Vasile writes.
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