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In a well-connected world, more and more people are skipping the office commute and opting to plug-in at home.
It is said every great journey begins with a single step. The same thing applies to running, say, the Marine Corps Marathon. You don't begin your training by running 26.2 miles. You begin by jogging around the block -- that first step - - and gradually build your endurance over time.
As the new year begins, many vow to take charge of their weight. Doctors say it's one of the best things anyone can do to improve health - and that's why it's one of the top 10 tips for a healthier you.
With New Year's resolutions on many people's minds, WTOP brings you the top tips from some of the area's best doctors on getting and staying healthy.
If you're one of the lucky ones heading to the beach for the holidays, there are a few key pieces you don't want to leave in your closet. Lisa Tumbarello, from the personal stylist group Style for Hire, offers style tips for travelers going to some place warm.
It can be tough to find the perfect present, and even more so when the recipient is dealing with a serious illness. Here are some gift ideas for cancer patients.
Style for Hire's Lisa Tumbarello offers tips to make you look great and feel comfortable among your co-workers or that special someone. WTOP met Lisa at Banana Republic at Westfield Montgomery Mall in Bethesda, Md. where she showed us this year's holiday trends.
So far, the Washington area is in the midst of a normal flu season. But if national trends hold, that is likely to change. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is warning that the 2012- 2013 flu season is hitting early and hard. And widespread outbreaks are already being reported in several states.
The nation's childhood obesity epidemic is putting kids at increased risk for a very adult disease: Type 2 diabetes, usually seen in severely overweight adults.
Shopping isn't the only Black Friday tradition.
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