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Simple Tricks to Avoid the Halloween Candy Binge
Halloween is right around the corner and undoubtably you've seen all the candy everywhere.
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Smart Shopping at the Grocery Store
A part of being a #HealthyYou is choosing the right foods to fuel your body. Unfortunately, choosing healthy options at the grocery store can be a challenge with all of the temptations displayed throughout the store.
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Fitting Exercise into Any Schedule
Finding time to exercise can be hard for some of us. Especially when you have a million other things to do or just simply aren’t motivated. Is there a way you can balance work, school, exercise and still have a personal life?
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Staying Active During the Holidays
Despite the hustle and bustle of the holidays, it is important to remain active.
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3 Ways to Cut the Calories in Your Coffee
Coffee for many adults is a necessity. It provides us with the ability to power through the morning or to give us that extra pep for a long study session. Coffee and espresso, which are both made from coffee beans, have several perks besides the lovely caffeine. In fact, coffee and espresso are loaded with antioxidants, yet surprisingly low in calories….
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7 Sun Safety Tips for Spring Break
Whether you are headed to the beach or hitting the slopes, here are some important sun safety tips to follow:
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5 Ways to Eat Better When You are Out-and-About
Constantly on the run? Tired of finding yourself combing through gas station aisles and not knowing which choice is the better choice?
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When Should You Ditch Your Diet?
From detoxes to fasting to diets that eliminate "bad" foods, FAD diets come and go. So how do you know if you should ditch your diet?
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