March is American Red Cross Month

The American Red Cross prevents and alleviates human suffering in the face of emergencies by mobilizing the power of volunteers and the generosity of donors. The American Red Cross, through its strong network of volunteers, donors and partners, is always there in...

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Seven Tricks to Eat Out and Still Lose Weight

For many dieters, going out to eat feels like a mini vacation where anything goes and healthy eating goals fall by the wayside. Trouble is, many are dining out more often and the effects of those splurge meals snowball, leading to weight gain or preventing weight...

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5 Ways to Have a Healthy Super Bowl Party

Millions will sit around big-screen televisions to watch the Super Bowl this year. And as Super Bowl party-goers watch the game and, of course, the commercials, they will eat this and munch on that. While pizza, wings and chips are some of the most popular foods...

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While many people will be happily saying good-bye to a long, hot summer and welcoming the new season, just as many of us will be dreading the cooler weather arriving. Winter is often given a bad rap as it brings with it the cold & flu season and those cold, dark...

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11 Ways to Reduce Holiday Stress

For many of us, the holidays are as stressful as they are fun. Starting with Halloween in October and going all the way until New Year's Day, these months are filled with special occasions, eating temptations and family obligations. When you add these things on top of...

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5 Healthy Back-to-School Tips

With summer coming to a close, next week is back to school for most kids. It is also a great opportunity to create new healthy habits for your kids and for the entire family. As a nutritionist counseling families and children, here are some simple tips to get you and...

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