One-third of U.S. adults “are walking around not having had enough sleep,” Lean Plate Club blogger Sally Squires tells WTOP. Here’s why that’s a real health problem, and what you can do about it.
The holidays can be a time for high anxiety, but sharing family stories could help ease that stress and start important conversations about health history. Sally Squires of the Lean Plate Club blog explains.
Parents who feed their babies or toddlers too much food could be setting them up for childhood obesity — and possibly a lifetime of weight challenges. So how can you tell when your baby is full?
The start of the new school year means that a lot of parents are again doing their best to pack healthy lunches for their kids. So how can you raise the odds that your child will actually eat what your pack? Sally Squires, who writes the Lean Plate Club™ blog, shares some tips with WTOP.
The diet might also help some older people with chronic pain, according to researchers in the United Kingdom.
Not all fats are created equal, and Omega-3 fatty acids are downright good for you.
Even the most ambitious runners may not be as active as people should be. Blogger Sally Squires says exercise is important, but staying active for the rest of the day matters, too.
You’re not alone if you’ve struggled to keep up with your New Year’s resolutions, but there are a lot of ways you can get back on track.
Sally Squires, who writes the Lean Plate Club™ blog, has some tips to help get motivated in the colder weather and how to keep your winter workout routine going safely.
Winter can make even your front porch dangerous but a lot can be done to reduce the risk of falling, without becoming a recluse in the winter.
The holidays can take a toll on your waistline but Lean Plate Club™ Sally Squires has some tips to keep the scale numbers steady while still enjoying yourself.
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