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Smart ways to live healthfully, strategies for eating right, easy fitness plans, energy-boosting ideas and the most up-to-date prevention techniques for common health conditions.
Kathleen M. Reilly faced more questions than answers after identifying her mysterious illness. More
After being diagnosed with breast cancer, Sally Koslow found a surprising upside to the illness. More
Who better to help you figure out how to fit in fitness than Dara Theodore, an instructor at The Fhitting Room (a high-intensity-training boutique fitness studio) and busy mom of two boys? Check out our Q&A with her for info that could significantly change the way you get your sweat on.  More
Cutting-edge research and studies are changing how this disease (which strikes 29 million Americans) is classified, treated and prevented. More
Add an exciting spin to exercise with these family-friendly workouts. More
Save yourself some e-drama. In this Q&A, Yalda T. Tuhls, PhD, author of Media Moms & Digital Dads: A Fact Not Fear Approach to Parenting in the Digital Age offers practical advice on how to keep your children safe online.  More
If you think TV is pure entertainment, think again. Real teen Noa Schumann, 15, a Youth Leadership Team member for the National Campaign to Prevent Teen and Unplanned Pregnancy explains what some of her peers pick up from their favorite shows—and why she thinks parents need to hear about it. More
From their cell phones to their TVs, teenagers consume more media than any other age group. Kids 8 to 18 average a whopping 7.5 hours a day looking at a screen, according to a Kaiser Family Foundation study. But real teen Gabe Linderman, 17, explains why the lessons he learns about sex and relationships from a screen can’t compare with what he learns from his parents. More
It's not easy, but it's essential. So our friends at The National Campaign to Prevent Teen and Unplanned Pregnancy came up with some ways to make it a little less painful. More

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