Istock 000014370649medium

The Benefits of Exercise

Joan Lunden | Tuesday, September 9, 2008

I know you're looking at this section and saying to yourself, "Exercise: that's getting on a treadmill and sweating. That's boring, and I don't have the time."

Originally posted in: Fitness

Ways to get Moving

Healthy Living | Saturday, August 23, 2008

What was that you said about not having time for exercise? We've heard that before.

Originally posted in: Fitness

Water: The Secret Ingredient of Good Health

Healthy Living | Friday, August 1, 2008

While you may not consider water a nutrient, it's actually the most critical one in your diet.

Blood pressure sleeve closeup

High Blood Pressure/Hypertension: Bringing Down the Risk

Growing Up Healthy | Monday, July 28, 2008

To better understand how high blood pressure develops and leads to hypertension and heart disease you need look no further than salt and its effect on the body.

Originally posted in: Children's Health
Istock 000003347186small

Type II Diabetes: A Threat to All Our Children

Growing Up Healthy | Saturday, July 26, 2008

Over the past twenty years, Type II diabetes has increased dramatically in both children and adults.

Originally posted in: Children's Health
Healthy children childhood obesity

Obesity: Much More Than Just a Weight Problem

Growing Up Healthy | Thursday, July 10, 2008

We only have to watch kids in school yards, or listen to the nightly news to understand how prevalent obesity has become in our society.

Originally posted in: Children's Health

Water & Exercise

Healthy Living | Wednesday, June 4, 2008

When you exercise, you lose an enormous amount of water, which must be replaced.

Originally posted in: Fitness

Osteoporosis: Bank Enough Bone for a Lifetime

Growing Up Healthy | Friday, May 23, 2008

Is there any parent among us who doesn't want to stay physically fit and active throughout our lives?

Originally posted in: Children's Health

Honor Your Body: Eating for Healthy Living

Healthy Living | Wednesday, May 21, 2008

While perhaps the most important way to change your life is by changing the way you think and react, for total wellness, there is another half of the health equation:

Originally posted in: Nutrition
Osteoporosis collage

Building Better Bones: Preventing Osteoporosis

Healthy Living | Thursday, April 24, 2008

By age seventy-five, 90 percent of us are expected to have some osteoporosis.