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  • 6 health tips to help defy your age

    Expensive eye creams and serums are not the only hope for defying your true age. There are several measures of prevention one can take to make your body look and feel as young as possible.

  • 5 ways to increase your metabolic rate

    Your metabolic rate is the rate at which your body converts food into energy. As you get older, your metabolic rate tends to decrease. Here are some tips to keep it elevated.

  • Fitness tips to get ready for your wedding day (Video)

    It takes a lot of energy to plan a wedding, while also balancing life\’s other obligations and demands. Just make sure your fitness routine doesn\’t slip through the cracks.

  • Good to Go: Create a more harmonious household

    The idiom, \”the apple doesn\’t fall far from the tree,\” might apply to some parents and kids, but not all. In fact, in most families, the apple does fall far from the tree.

  • Deconstructing nutrition labels and easing grocery-aisle stress

    The nutrition facts label is a wonderful tool that allows you to take ownership over your food choices. But knowing what to look for on a food label can cause confusion among consumers. Here are some tips on reading a food label.

  • The stiletto workout: Preventing and treating pain from high heels

    High heels, kitten heels and platform heels. No matter the shape, heels are a common item in many wardrobes.

  • Improve your discipline, improve your fitness

    A lot of people experience a lack of steady motivation as the chief roadblock to any sort of fitness success. But there\’s good news: You don\’t need motivation to work out. You need discipline.

  • Get through football season without gaining weight

    It\’s football season. Here are some tips on how you can keep the touchdowns up and your weight down.

  • Preventing childhood obesity starts at home

    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.

  • Deconstructing Indian cooking

    Thirty-one years ago, Raghavan Iyer moved from Mumbai to Minneapolis. Recreating the tastes of India in the kitchen is one way Iyer planned to make his home, 8,000-miles away, feel closer. But he quickly realized his biggest limitation in this quest: American grocery stores.

  • Food for thought: How to get a healthy breakfast

    \”Breakfast is the most important meal of the day.\” It\’s something you hear all the time — and it\’s no joke.

  • Back to school: Tips to avoid long-term back injuries

    Heading back to school should be exciting for students, not harmful to their health. But a common school supply is causing some serious damage.

  • Good to Go: Tips for that next big move with the kids

    Moving into a new home can be an exciting, but often overwhelming and stressful, experience. And a move with children in tow can prove to be even trickier, as feelings of anxiety and nervousness about the change in their new surroundings creep on. Here are some tips for your next family move.

  • Dine out without wrecking your diet

    Eating out doesn\’t have to mean disaster for your diet. With a few smart and healthy decisions, you can enjoy dining out while still keeping your health and fitness goals on track.

  • Tips for staying fit on summer vacation

    Traveling can wreck havoc on your diet and fitness goals. Here are some tips so you pack in the fun without packing on the pounds.