When you have work off around the holidays, you may be tempted to spend your days relaxing rather than staying fit. You’re also more likely to indulge in sweets and fattening pastries when you’re celebrating Thanksgiving, Christmas and the New Year. However, all that partying can take a toll on your mental, physical and emotional health. While it’s good to spend time enjoying the company of the people you love, it’s also important to make time for your own health year-round. Here are five ways to stay fit this holiday season. 

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Winter is a time of twinkling lights, holiday cheer and . . . dreaded head colds. If you find yourself cringing every time you pass a sniffling child in the store, it’s time to take more productive actions to protect yourself from germs. Here are five simple tips to help you keep sickness at bay during the upcoming cold season.

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A traditional pecan pie is loaded with calories and fat (not to mention insulin-spiking corn syrup!) Newport Medical Health and Wellness recommends a healthier version of your favorite pecan pie recipe that doesn’t sacrifice flavor.

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When you make the decision to change your lifestyle for the healthier you’re taking the first step towards a happier life. By eating cleaner foods and taking up a consistent exercise regimen you’ll see improvements in many facets of your life. If you’re ready to feel better every day, get started on a health and […]

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One of the wonders of the lives of modern Americans is our access to fruits and vegetables all year round. However, just because you have access doesn’t mean you should keep the same diet the entire year. In-season and local foods tend to be higher in vitamins and minerals because they were harvested more recently. […]

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We all know that exercise helps weight loss and cardiovascular health. However, exercise is important for so many other health and wellness reasons. It can be hard to find time for rigorous activity every day, but it is worth it. Read more for a few of the more surprising benefits of regular exercise.

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You only get to have one body throughout your entire life, so it’s essential to treat it with love and respect. Instead of looking at your body as something you’re ashamed of, see it for what it is: a remarkable vehicle that can help you obtain your dreams. Here are five ways you can treat your body with the love and respect it deserves.

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Your health is priceless. No amount of money can make up for poor health caused by unwise choices. Fortunately, you don’t ever have to go down that road if you decide now to make a change for the better. If you aren’t sure where to start, here are some ways you can build a plan for better health and a better you.

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If you’re trying to eat healthy and avoid excess sugar in your diet, it can be easy to fall off the wagon during Summer holidays when treats are prevalent. The key to sticking to your goals is to create a plan in advance. Here are a few healthy eating ideas that will help you enjoy your Summertime Gatherings.

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Slouching is a common problem causing back problems in youth and adults. Common causes of bad posture include desk jobs, injuries, muscle weakness and technology use. In addition to affecting the way you look, slouching can also affect the way you feel and can make everyday activities painful. If you’re tired of slouching, here are five tips that can help you restore good posture.

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