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11. Take This Desk Job and Shove It
As much as we'd prefer not to admit it, computers are keeping us fat and having some negative effects on our overall health. We're slaves to technology, sitting in front of our monitors for hours on end. {relatedarticles}When we need to speak to co-workers, we now rely on instant messenger, e-mail and phones instead of taking a walk up the stairs or even across the room. We've basically become so sedentary throughout the day that it's... Read More

12. Give Thanks for a Healthy Thanksgiving
There are plenty of things to be thankful for this year -- like celebrating the holiday in a healthy style. If you're one of those folks who overdoes it every Thanksgiving, this is the year to start anew by adopting some diet-smart traditions. {relatedarticles}By following these helpful hints, you can survive the holiday meal - and season - without expanding your bottom line. For starters, help yourself to whatever you like. Enjoy a... Read More

13. Beware of the Salad Trap
It sounds like a dieter's delight - a big bowl of healthy salad. However, if you don't know how to dress your green and leafy favorites, you could be in trouble. A salad can make the transformation from healthy to unhealthy quicker than you can say crouton. The foundation of the salad isn't at issue. Leafy greens, tomatoes, cucumbers, carrots, onions and other popular produce are loaded with vitamins and nutrients. When it comes to... Read More

14. Teaching Kids to Love Reading
During the summer, the familiar refrain of "I'm bored!" might waft through the house every so often, especially when it's too hot or rainy to go outside. But aside from catering to your child's every whim and becoming his or her entertainer, what can you do to help them keep their sanity - and preserve your own, too? Try getting them to read more. Older kids may have the responsibility to do summer reading as a part of the school... Read More

15. Put on Your Boogie Shoes
Exercise doesn't have to feel like work. So get you ready to march to the beat of your own drummer. We're talking about incorporating dance into your fitness regimen. The rhythm is gonna get you with these fun-filled workouts. {relatedarticles}Dancing not only builds and tones muscles, but it also improves cardiovascular health. It easily burns as many calories as walking, except it's far more entertaining. Just 30 minutes of moving and... Read More

16. Encourage Healthy School Habits
Let's face it: Kids in close quarters like classrooms are going to spread all kinds of germs to one another, right? Probably, but when you encourage healthful habits, kids tend to miss less school because of illnesses they've passed on to one another. The top illnesses that keep kids home are colds, stomach viruses and pinkeye, all of which can be prevented with proper hand washing, according to the Centers for Disease Control and... Read More

17. Gentle Reminders to Help You Along
If you embarked on a weight-loss journey at the beginning of the year, then your resolve might be weakening at the two-week mark. Help yourself by keeping your goals in mind, regardless of where you are. Use 5 by 7 note cards with daily reminders. Once you devise a list of healthy habits, write them down and post them throughout the house. Whether it's on the bathroom mirror or on the refrigerator door, plastering your goals in different... Read More

18. Rise and Shine: It's Breakfast Time!
Most of us already know that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. Beginning your day without breakfast is like trying to fly a kite without any wind. It's hard to get started and even harder to keep going. Breakfast is the first chance your child's developing body and brain has to refuel its glucose levels, (that's the brains basic fuel), after several hours of sleep. Why is breakfast the most important meal... Read More

19. Healthy Desserts Your Kids Will Love
Their plates are barely clean and your children are already demanding to know what's for dessert. In most households, dessert is a reward, not a guarantee. And while many parents try to dodge the dessert bullet as often as possible, it's possible to make the post-supper snack a truly nutritious one. Forego cookies, cakes and ice cream for some much cooler options. Here are some great guilt-free options that actually bring something... Read More

20. The Healthiest Foods Your Kid's Not Eating
The script for what's healthy eating for kids is constantly being rewritten. Kids today are exposed to more diverse foods than ever, and inevitably, some of the healthiest are being overlooked. Sure, you know to serve those "superfoods" like blueberries, sweet potatoes and yogurt. But there are a few superfoods that fly under the radar when it comes to kids. Did you know that babies as young as six months old can reap the health... Read More

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