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Planning and practicing what you eat and drink during your training can make a difference in whether you earn a PR on race day.
Discover the truth about questions that pique your curiosity in our series, The Short Answer. Here, functional medicine specialist Mark Hyman, MD, explains why vegetarians and vegans may find weight loss a challenge.
It’s normal to feel tired and stressed after you have a baby. But you shouldn’t continue to feel sad or angry as time passes. Learn more about the signs of postpartum depression.
This mild fish is delicious with a sweet and sour sauce made from pineapple, veggies and lemon juice. Don’t have halibut? Try it with sea bass, red snapper, halibut or whitefish.
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This recipe is simple and a great way to add veggies to your grilled fare. The dressing is light and gives this slaw a distinct Asian flavor.
Agreeing to one more book, one last song, one final snack will only reinforce a ritual your child will expect each night. Learn how to set limits around bedtime, and stick to them.
These yoga poses help to address mobility of the mid-back region, as well as develop strength in the abdominals and upper back muscles, which are essential for maintaining proper posture.