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Colon Protection Colon Protection

Long-term exercise habit may help cut colon cancer risk
New Cell Phone Warning New Cell Phone Warning

Cell phone use may affect brain activity, but health consequences unknown
Leisurely Exercise Leisurely Exercise

Weight benefits seen from leisure-time activity in women.
Up and At Up and At 'Em

Could the right text message get children moving more?
Kids and Team Sports Kids and Team Sports

Team practices may not provide as much exercise as kids need
Staying Trim Staying Trim

New study shows that exercise in youth helps keep your figure from expanding
Pregnancy and Fitness Pregnancy and Fitness

Research shows many moms-to-be aren't exercising enough.
Heat Alert Heat Alert

How you can help protect kids from extreme summer temperatures.
Jumping for Joints Jumping for Joints

New research tackles the question: Exercise, good or bad for your knees?
Food on the Brain Food on the Brain

High-tech study finds food addiction definitely on people's minds.
Exercise and Your DNA Exercise and Your DNA

In women, exercise may help protect chromosomes from stress.
Deep-Tanned Risk Deep-Tanned Risk

More research links indoor tanning to serious skin cancer.
Sleep and Your Smarts. Sleep and Your Smarts.

Can getting some ZZZs help you remember what your learn?
Sports Injury Prevention Sports Injury Prevention

Help your kids stay safe on the field this summer.
IBS Relief IBS Relief

Moderate exercise could help ease symptoms of a condition that affects 20% of Americans.
Aches, Pains and Obesity Aches, Pains and Obesity

More U.S. women than Canadian women have arthritis. Is weight to blame?
Cancer and Fitness Cancer and Fitness

The risks and benefits of exercise during and after cancer treatment.
Obesity and Colon Cancer Obesity and Colon Cancer

Study shows excess weight a real health danger.
Cancer and Exercise Cancer and Exercise

The benefits of exercise during cancer treatment.
Breast Cancer Depression Breast Cancer Depression

Exercise and tea may help reduce depression after breast cancer.
Diabetes and Lifestyle Diabetes and Lifestyle

Lifestyle changes can lower your risk of diabetes.
Blood Pressure Help Blood Pressure Help

Dietary changes are important for treating high blood pressure.
Obesity and Life Expectancy Obesity and Life Expectancy

Study finds obesity, even in childhood, may shorten your adult life.
Perils of Sitting? Perils of Sitting?

Here's some health news you shouldn't take sitting down.
Healthy Cholesterol Plan Healthy Cholesterol Plan

Study shows adding this to your daily routine may have long-term cholesterol benefits.
Childhood Obesity Childhood Obesity

Heart risk factors in youth may increase danger of early death.
Valentine Valentine's Day

The best gift for kids? Find out what pediatricians have to say.
Preventing Breast Cancer Preventing Breast Cancer

More evidence that fitness and exercise are two key weapons in the battle against breast cancer
Importance of Walking Importance of Walking

Taking more steps linked to lower risk of heart problems.
Listen Up and Lose Weight Listen Up and Lose Weight

Podcasts found to be an effective weight-loss tool.
Standing Tall Standing Tall

Better fitness may help people avoid dangerous falls.
Your Stroke Risk Your Stroke Risk

New research pinpoints the top risk factors for stroke.
No Vitamin Protection? No Vitamin Protection?

Multivitamins not linked to lower risk of diabetes.
Gaining Weight? Gaining Weight?

New research says you can't blame stress for those added pounds.
A Weight Lifted A Weight Lifted

Strength-training linked to blood pressure benefits
The Great Outdoors The Great Outdoors

Study shows being surrounded by nature is good for your mood and energy level.
Migraine Zapper Migraine Zapper

New high-tech device may chase away migraine pain.
Quit Smoking in 2010 Quit Smoking in 2010

Tips to improve your odds of success.
Six-Mile Solution Six-Mile Solution

Weekly walking may protect brain in later years.



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