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High heels, kitten heels and platform heels. No matter the shape, heels are a common item in many wardrobes.
High school health education classes that focus exclusively on topics of physical activity and nutrition may be a thing of the past. It turns out, integrating cognitive-behavioral components into health curricula makes for happier and healthier teens.
When you do snack, it's important to do so smartly. Here are some tips on how to do just that.
They sit in our homes like beloved antiques from the disco era. But there is good reason to avoid those old foam-stuffed couches.
If you hit your back-to-workout routine just as the kids went back to school, chances are, you could be feeling a bit sore now. But don't let that hinder your progress. Here are eight ways you can reduce muscle soreness.
Maryland has been awarded $6.4 million from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services for expansion of the Maternal, Infant, and Early Childhood Home Visiting Program -- one of only 13 states to receive a competitive grant.
It's football season. Here are some tips on how you can keep the touchdowns up and your weight down.
If you're pressed for time, but still want good results, there's good news: You don't have to spend several hours in the gym. You can actually achieve better cardiovascular and weight loss results in half the time with a combination of strength training and high-intensity interval training.
While the statistics of childhood obesity are frightening, parents have the power to reverse the trend. Playing an active role in your child's nutrition and fitness lifestyle can help them stay healthy and happy throughout their lives.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says colds are the main reason why children miss school. In fact, 22 million school days are lost each year because of the common cold.