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Carbos & proteins in a heart healthy diet (October 1996)

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Choosing a Sports Program for Your Child (September 2003)

Creative Ideas for Busy Lives (November 1999)

Daily Physical Activity: What Counts as Exercise? (December 2002)

Dietary Supplements: Handle with Care (September 1999)

Do I Really Need to Warm Up? (May 1999)

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Early Humans Can Teach Us About Heart-Healthy Lifestyles (July 2001)

Eat your fruits and vegetables (March 1997)

Effective Stretching: Helping Clients Maximize Stretching Benefits (June 1999)

Energize your holiday spirit (December 1996)

Evaluating Internet Health Information (May 2004)

Exercise and Fatigue (November 1997)

Exercise and women's health (September 1996)

Exercise Benefits for Midlife Women (February 1999)

Exercise, Cancer and Quality of Life (July 2002)

Exercise for Good Sleep and Health (October 1998)

Exercise for Good Sleep: It Beats Counting Sheep! (February 2004)

Exercise for Type II Diabetes (September 1997)

Exercise Guidelines for Pregnancy (May 2000)

Exercise Is Medicine! Make the Most of Your Rehab (May 2003)

Exercising Safely with Fibromyalgia (August 2001)

Feeding Your Children: Good Nutrition for Healthy Futures (October 2001)

Fitness benefits of interval training (June 1997)

Fitness Success: Working with Willpower (October 2002)

Force of habit: Making health & fitness a priority (October 1995)

For good health; A good night's sleep (June 1994)

Getting Started: First Steps to Lifelong Fitness (May 2001)

Good advice (March 1995)

Good intentions (January 1995)

Good Listening Skills Reduce Stress on the Job and at Home (June 2002)

Great Expectations: Realistic Goals (March 2002)

Group Dynamics: Choosing a Class That's Right for You (June 2003)

Have a healthy holiday (December 1994)

Health Advice for Frequent Flyers (January 2004)

Healthful Lifestyles: It Takes a Village (September 1998)

Healthful Tips for Eating on the Run (February 1998)

Healthy Adolescents? Tips for Parents (March 1998)

Healthy Resolutions: Plan for Success (January 1998)

Healthy Self-Esteem for Lifestyle Success (December 1997)

Heart Disease: Lifestyle is Key to Prevention (April 2002)

Heart-healthy thoughts and feelings (September 1994)

Holiday indulgence (December 1995)

Holistic Health: Body, Mind and Spirit (April 2001)

How important is exercise? (February 1997)

How to Eat Defensively and Avoid Weight Gain

How to Talk Yourself into Regular Physical Activity (April 2003)

Humor Therapy: The Stress-Reduction Benefits of Laughter (January 2002)

If you smoke, please do not exhale (November 1995)

Imaginative Planning Helps You Overcome Barriers to Exercise (May 2002)

Imagine that... (May 1994)

The Importance of Exercise (March 2001)

Life-Long Weight Control: Get in the Habit of Eating Well (November 2002)

Lifestyle and mood: Make every day a good day (September 1995)

Lifestyle can help to reverse artery disease (April 1995)

Making Fitness Fun! (February 2000)

Making Healthful Food Choices with the Food Pyramid (July 2003)

Making the most of personal training (July 1997)

Meditation: Time out for stress reduction (May 1995)

Menopause: A time for health (February 1995)

Mind Matters: Can Lifestyle Prevent Memory Loss? (December 2001)

Nutrition 101: Eating for Good Health (August 2000)

Obesity and health: How fat is too fat? (June 1996)

Optimal Fitness: Are You Ready? (July 1999)

Overtraining: In the Zone or Zoned Out? (July 2000)

Pace Yourself with Perceived Exertion (June 1998)

Positive Body Image: Focus on Fitness (March 1999)

Preventing blood clots (May 1996)

Preventing obesity in children (May 1997)

Promoting healthful lifestyles for children (July 1996)

The Psychological Benefits of Your Exercise Program (March 2003)

Quit Smoking: Support for Quitters (October 1999)

Reduce Stress with Exercise (April 1998)

Regular Exercise for a Healthy Heart (April 1999)

Repetition is the mother of ... injury? (April 1996)

Rx: Exercise to control metabolic syndrome (November 1994)

Should Stretching Be a Part of Your Pre-Exercise Warm-Up? (February 2003)

Should You Take a Look at Your Caffeine Intake? (February 2002)

Should You Make Time to Exercise? (August 2002)

Six Tips for Helping a Friend Kick the Habit (November 1998)

Sports Nutrition for Peak Performance (April 2000)

Stick to Your Program: Find an Exercise Partner (November 2003)

Strength Training for Kids: Safety First (June 2001)

Stress management: Which physical activities work the best for you? (August 1996)

Stretching 101 (June 1999)

Stop Burnout Before it Stops You (April 2004)

Successful resolutions: Make a plan (January 1997)

Successful weight control: Which exercise is best? (March 1996)

Successful Weight Control: Work with Your Body (December 1999)

Take Control of Your Blood Pressure (July 1998)

Taking Stress Seriously (August 1999)

Talking back: Coping with back pain (August 1995)

Think Positively, and Stick to Your Exercise Program (December 2003)

Tips for Lifelong Weight Control (March 2000)

Too Good to Be True? Protect Yourself from Health Fraud (September 2002)

Training Smarter: Tips from the Pros (January 2000)

Travel Plans? Don't Forget to Exercise! (August 1997)

Trying to Lose Weight? Be Sure to Exercise! (August 2003)

Turn Exercise into a Mental Vacation (December 1998)

Understanding Nicotine Withdrawal (October 2000)

Understanding the Training Effect (March 2004)

Walking: Take Steps to Good Health (June 2000)

Weight Loss After Pregnancy (October 2003)

Weight Loss: Why Not Take a Pill? (April 1997)

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Work and Family: Life in the Balance (September 2001)

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