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Understanding The Link Between Back Pain And A Higher Risk Of Death
By Sara G. Miller, LiveScience.com
One doesn't cause the other.
MAKING A PROVEN DIFFERENCE IN KIDS' HEALTH
Financial Media Personality and Chief Executive Officer, GENYOUth
I'm grateful to our colleagues and partners at the Dallas-based Cooper Institute, whose NFL Play 60 FitnessGram® Project
Keeping the Resolve in Your New Year's Resolutions
Dr. Griffin P. Rodgers M.D., M.A.C.P.
Director, National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kid...
Setting Goals and Creating an Action Plan If you've resolved to lose weight, you're more likely to keep your resolution if
Not So Fast: 3 Ways To Slow Aging
Paul Spector MD
Health consultant and writer specializing in prevention and ag...
Here are three tips on how to prolong your health span, gleaned from an evolving literature. 1. Tuning Temperature Both ends
How to Protect Kids from Nature-Deficit Disorder
The Greater Good Science Center
Based at the University of California, Berkeley
The National League of Cities (which represents 19,000 municipalities and 218 million Americans) and the Children & Nature
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From Dance Dance Revolution To Pokemon Go: How Electronic Games And Fitness Have Evolved Into 'Exergaming'
Dr. Linda Carson
Founder & CEO of Choosy Kids LLC, and Ware Distinguished Profe...
How do you keep healthy habits going when the hype of the game fades?
Walking Without Sidewalks
President and CEO, New York State Health Foundation
New York is regularly named the nation's most walkable city, even if some neighborhoods are better for this than others.
How To Beat The Motherhood Identity Crisis
Carly Snyder, MD
Reproductive and Perinatal Psychiatrist, Physician, Mom of thr...
What these women who provide backhanded compliments don't realize; I was and am a better mother because I have a passion. I run in order to clear my head, to find my groove, and to have some alone time in a life that is otherwise dominated by and driven by caring for others.
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Regular Exercise Could Help Prevent Cervical Cancer In Women
Every little bit of activity helps.
The Surefire Way to Get Abs
Helping You Live Longer by Making Fitness Simple
Having abs and a strong core can be achieved -- yes, even by you.
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Back to Basics
Nancy C. Lee
Deputy Assistant Secretary for Health-Women's Health, Director...
The science is always evolving, but some things never change. For this year's National Women's Health Week, we get back to basics. Follow these simple steps, adapting them to your age and abilities, and you'll be on your way.
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8 Expert-Backed Tips On How To Sneak Exercise Into Your Life
Can't make it to the gym? Try the "short burst" method.
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7 Research-Backed Ways To Find Your Fitness Motivation
Makeover your mind to have an effect on the rest of your body.
More Than Just Fun: 9 Little-Known Reasons to Play With Your Kids Every Day
Candis Lynn Hidalgo
Blog Growth Strategist at SmartMomBlogger.com
When you're a kid, play isn't a goal or something you pencil in to your schedule every day. It's something you just do. And it's fun.
What I Learned When I Went Back To Work
Founder of Dynamo Girl
I always imagined that when I went back to work after having kids, I would execute someone else's vision. One of my greatest
New Rochelle, NY Schools Give Students Notable Choices in Athletics
Brian G. Osborne, Ed.D.
Superintendent of Schools, City School District of New Rochelle
We are proud to create as many avenues as possible for our students to learn, grow and succeed. Focus in this area demonstrates the strong commitment our Board of Education, administration, faculty, staff, and coaches have to our core belief in educating the whole child.
Training Your Brain to Be a World Class Champion!
Founder and owner, Create Amazing Health, LLC
Even if becoming a weightlifting champion is not in your stars, there is still much to learn from Oleg's training, positive
Is Your Fitness App Making Your Life Smaller?
Michelle May, M.D.
Author, 'Eat What You Love, Love What You Eat' book series; Fo...
While fitness apps have brought the old diet diary, bathroom scale, and pedometer into the digital age, they must just be the next generation of misused tools.
GPS FOR THE SOUL
Permission to Play
Author, Photographer, Changemaker: inspiring and facilitating ...
As a 35 year old going through a major life transition, a few themes have come up again and again that all point to something I lost that I never knew I had until it was gone and I needed it...childlike wonder, creativity, imagination and play.
Why You Should Know About Medical Fitness and Lisa Dougherty
A leading expert on flourishing with diabetes and an internati...
Lisa Dougherty was inspired by her father, a four-time cancer survivor, to leave her job on Wall Street and pursue a career in helping others. In her 30s, she went back to school and started her own medical fitness business. That was the beginning.
3 Exercises to Get You Through the Holidays!
yanoulaathanassakis.com Yoga instructor, anatomy enthusiast, a...
These poses will open up your hips, allow you to focus as you strengthen your shoulders and abs, and they will fire up your core and glutes.
How to Get in Shape While Spending No Money
Everything worth caring about in food, drink, and travel
You don't need to drop thousands on a personal trainer, gym membership, or exercise equipment. Working out doesn't have to cost a thing. You just need to follow a few basic rules to build the body of your dreams.
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