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Limiting Kids’ Screen Time Can Lower Risk of Obesity


© HaywireMedia – Fotolia.com In this digital age, kids are increasingly turning to television, tablets, smartphones and their laptops as sources of entertainment.

A Little Morning Sun is the Best Kept Diet Secret


© HaywireMedia – Fotolia.com In this digital age, kids are increasingly turning to television, tablets, smartphones and their laptops as sources of entertainment.

Emma Watson is a Qualified Yoga Instructor


Photo Credit: BlissTree Emma Watson has become a certified yoga instructor. Between being a A-list actor, the face of several brands and her Ivy League education, it’s pretty impressive that the 23-year-old was able to find time to also become a full-fledged yogini.

New Study Links Depression to Heart Failure


© zagandesign – Fotolia A new Norwegian study has found a link between depression and heart failure. Researchers used data of almost 63,000 people in Norway who had both physical and mental health assessments.

Lab Notes: Fruits and Veggies Lower Risk of Death; Drinking Milk May Reduce Arthritis Symptoms

On our Lab Notes page CalorieLab’s editors select and rank the day’s essential health news items in real time.

Is Being Too Thin More Dangerous Than Being Too Fat?


Contributor: “Dr. J” Dr. J offers his irreverent, slightly irrelevant, but possibly useful opinions on health and fitness.

Kate Hudson’s Fitness Tip: Just Keep Moving


Photo credit: Women’s Health Kate Hudson made jaws drop back in 2003 when she wore that low-back slinky yellow gown in How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days.

Why I Keep Hammering Away at Sugar


(CC) Umberto Salvagnin/Flickr Hopefully, the more we know about it, the less we’ll use It may seem to some visitors to this site that I spend an inordinate amount of space teeing off on the sugar industry in general and the soft drink industry in particular.

Stress Might be the Reason Why You Can’t Get Pregnant


© igorborodin – Fotolia.com Stress is the cause of so many problems in our lives, including the onset of many health issues.

Scientists Find a Way to Manipulate Our Junk Food Choices


© bakerjim – Fotolia You might think you prefer sweet gummy candies over a savory bag of chips, but you can be easily swayed in another direction.

Child Abuse: Recognition and Reporting


Contributor: “Dr. J” Dr. J offers his irreverent, slightly irrelevant, but possibly useful opinions on health and fitness.

7-Eleven Pulls Diet Coke Slurpee


Photo credit: USA Today Photo credit: USA Today The Diet Coke Slurpee is no more. Just a month after introducing the Diet Coke Frost Cherry Slurpee, the flavor has been pulled from 7-Eleven stores around the country.

Everything You Wanted to Know About E-Cigarettes


© Serhiy Kobyakov – Fotolia.com Whether you actually wanted to know it or not E-cigarettes, the E being for Electronic, have been all over the media in the past week or so, and you may be asking yourself, “What’s the big deal with these things, anyway?

Heidi Klum’s Fitness Secret: It’s Always Bikini Season


Photo credit: Glamour.com Heidi Klum has entered the fitness realm with a new line of workout gear for New Balance.

Cobie Smulders Knows her Fitness Limits


Photo credit: NextStories.com Cobie Smulders is not one of those Hollywood actresses who need to be the fittest, thinnest or most toned gal around.

Lab Notes: Cereal Boxes Designed for Kids’ Eye Contact; MDs Support Medicinal Pot & Legalization

On our Lab Notes page CalorieLab’s editors select and rank the day’s essential health news items in real time.

Study: Small & Frequent Meals Won’t Help You Lose Weight


© Gino Santa Maria – Fotolia Many people believe that eating smaller but frequent meals is a healthier option over other diets and will help you lose weight.

Exercising as a Kid Can Help Bone Health Later in Life


© Dusan Kostic – Fotolia.com Exercising as a youth has long-lasting effects on all aspects of your health, including your bones.

‘Fast Exercise’ Outlines the Benefits of the 20-Second Workout


© lzf – Fotolia.com Is it enough to exercise for 20 seconds at a time? Dr. Michael Mosley things so. He’s the co-author of the book Fast Exercise, which outlines how high-intensity training of 20-second intervals can help you lose weight and improve your overall health.

Blast That Belly Fat!!


Contributor: “Dr. J” Dr. J offers his irreverent, slightly irrelevant, but possibly useful opinions on health and fitness.


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