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The Cardiovascular Decline of Our Kids

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30 Ways to Make This Summer Different Than All the Others

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Enjoying Food, or Eating Emotionally?

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Nothing fits, your body feels odd and wobbly, and there’s oozing; how could this be a recipe for beauty? Of course, a woman has other things on her mind, other priorities besides looking great, when a new baby arrives (like how to keep this baby alive and healthy, for example). But mothers who give up …

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The what and how on sunscreen and mosquito repellent use Written by Sadie Wirthlin With the summer season in full swing, many people are getting outside and enjoying the heat. Warm weather often calls for pool days and campfire nights. There is a lot to do during this wonderful time of year, but with it …

Written by Laura Collier | Treehouse Athletic Club When you think about it, there is A LOT to learn about and take care of in just 7 days. We are pretty complicated creatures! So I am going to write about one thing we can do to be healthier and happier: Be kind to yourself. That sounds …

Your Epic Summer Do This: See an MLS Soccer Game Soccer is becoming less of a foreign sport to Americans, and its professional soccer league (Major League Soccer or MLS) is showing that. Stadiums are packed even for new teams, and the season goes through June and July. Go Repelling Looking over a ledge and …

Enjoying Food

Written Angela Silva | Healthy-Mag.com There is an abundance of delicious food all around us. We all have our go-to favorites when it comes to comfort food. But at what point does consuming our favorite foods turn into a coping mechanism for our stress or emotions? Unfortunately, many people have become desensitized from their natural …

By Caitlin Schille Parents, teachers, pediatricians, and just about anybody else who spends time with children rails about the evils of smartphones. They say, with research to back them up, that smartphones are responsible for kids getting less sleep and less quality sleep, developing fewer social skills, and spending less time being physically active. We …

“Doing what you love” shouldn’t be your expectation, it should be thought of as a privilege that requires a lot of work. Some people mistakenly think that their dreams will end up coming to fruition, regardless of how much work they put in. Success is built brick by brick, not all at once. You don’t …

social media sadness

Written by McCall Mecham Have you ever noticed as you’re scrolling through your Instagram feed, double tapping on every other picture, feelings of jealousy, envy, and a little bit of FOMO (fear of missing out)? Your friends went out to get ice cream, didn’t invite you, and have posted about it four times. It appears …

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Put Together a Proactive Plan to Help Parents Age in Place Written by Lynda Shrager It isn’t easy watching mom and dad start to slow down and struggle with regular routines. At the same time, it’s also likely that they reject any offers of help or changes to their lifestyle. Forcing the issue will only …

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Written by Kieran James Cunningham Ben Franklin once said that those who choose security over liberty deserve neither. He was, granted, talking about matters of state, but his words hold true for relationships as much as they do politics. Many of us reach that stage in our relationship where we have to make a decision …