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Body Image: See Yourself in Your Ancestors

by Marnie Bii December 19th, 2014
Mind-Body You would never look at someone else and see the flaws that you instantly see in yourself when you look in the mirror. The truth is that you're likely much harder on yourself than you would be of anyone else. Thankfully, you can use this outlook to your advantage to better your body image for good.

Pull out those old family photos of generations past and take a good long look at the people in the images. Identify the different features you share with your family members. Closely examine the way those features complement each other to create the picture
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5 Things I Learned: First Month With Fitbit Flex

by Jessica B. December 18th, 2014
I got my Fitbit Flex a month ago and have been wearing it almost constantly since then. As someone who likes to exercise, my motivation for investing in the Fitbit Flex was an article I had read by well-known author David Sedaris a few months ago. Sedaris spends a lot of his day walking, thanks to the Fitbit, and he sold me on the idea that wearing this little thing on my wrist might up my chances of continuing to run outdoors through the long, cold winter.

Here are some reflections after my first month:

1) It’s not a watch
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Children’s Health During the Holidays

by Tom Seman MD FAAP December 17th, 2014
Fitness Expert
The holidays are quickly approaching, the stores are busy, most parents are as well buying gifts, getting the house decorated and ready for the parties and family gatherings. The children are experiencing the stress of all of this too. They have end of term projects, their sports are in full swing for the season, they are looking forward to the holidays and getting excited about the pending time off from school. However, they are typically not off from their sports, at least not for as long a period of time. What does this mean for them?

Their busy schedules have
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Healthy Eating: Low Carb Barbecue Pulled Pork

by Marnie Bii December 16th, 2014
A diet low in sugar can help you lose weight and stay healthy over the years. You can easily cut out the sugar by eating a protein heavy diet with lots of vegetable sides. Before you know it, you won't even miss the bread, pasta and other carbohydrate rich ingredients that constantly spiked your blood sugar. This is especially true if you frequently enjoy perfectly spiced and cooked meat
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All health and fitness information is provided for educational purposes. Please consult with your physician before beginning any exercise regimen.