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Keep holidays merry, bright - and safe
Dr. Lewis First provides some simple safety tips for the holiday season.
Start training now for Plattsburgh Half Marathon
With the big race fewer than six months away, participants should begin training now to be prepared, Ted Santaniello writes.
Stretching for reasons you might not realize
By working a stretching routine into your exercise program, many common issues can be solved or avoided completely.
Get adventurous with greens
Move beyond salad and broccoli by adding dark, leafy greens to meals, Jordy Kivett writes.
Lunge into better balance, fitness
There are many types of this productive form of exercise, says columnist Ted Santeniello, but it's important to do them properly.
Wellness defined in terms of health care
Columnist Ted Santaniello explains what wellness is and how it is promoted through exercise and proper nutrition.
Study shows children's diets high in sodium
New study shows that American children are eating much more sodium than recommended, and measures can be taken to cut salt in diet, Jordy Kivett writes.
Medical fitness facilities are not gyms
Medical fitness facilities are beginning to play a huge part in the reform of health care by offering integrated services with qualified professionals, Ted Santaniello writes.
24-hour dog takes adjustment
Dr. Jonathan Beach says the attention needed by a puppy, even a highly trained diabetic-alert pooch, is much like a child would require.
Healthy lunches don't have to be boring
Be sure to consider nutrition and variety when packing your child's lunch, Jordy Kivett writes.
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