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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.
Help take action against child abuse
Learn more about your role in reporting suspected child abuse, Dr. Lewis First writes.
Fit Bits: Spring changes can enliven exercise
Springtime is a perfect time to kickstart new fitness routines and work toward a healthier lifestyle.
Same diets come back with different names
Columnist Jordy Kivett writes about some of the fad diets that have been promoted over the last 200 years.
Don't be fooled by weight-loss schemes
Selectively targeting certain body parts for fat burn through exercise is called spot reduction, and it is a myth.
Warm-ups, cooldowns important
People who neglect pre- and post-workout activities are missing out on some essential health and fitness benefits, John Vasile writes.
Gifts to last beyond Valentine's Day
Telling your children you love them, using positive words and doing family activities are great ways to show your love year-round, Dr. Lewis First writes.
Strength training not just for bodybuilders
Resistance training has traditionally been neglected by the general population, but it is vital to a successful exercise program for both losing weight and staying healthy, John Vasile writes.
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