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The Korean dish is a healthful way to clean out the fridge and please kids.
With small bites at the table and in the gym, lose 15 pounds by then.
Adult groups play kickball and dodgeball, jump on trampolines, bicycle and skate together.
The size of a poppy seed, this Ethiopian grain is a nutritional giant. Use it for a spin on the standard veggie burger.
How do people with hectic schedules keep themselves in shape? We asked parents for their secrets.
A paleo vegetarian is possible. The real question is: Is it advisable?
Yoga instructor Mimi Rieger shares the poses of the sequence that works like a slow-motion burpee.
The best local martial-arts schools aren’t just schools of hard knocks.
Just a dab will get rid of the blahs and make a dish more healthful.
Katie Pumphrey, who has fibromyalgia, is training to cross the English Channel as a grueling part of her physical therapy.
There is no clear medical definition of core, but fitness trainers use the term to describe the muscles of the trunk — front and back. To strengthen them, three experts agree that traditional crunches are not the way to go.
Ditch the MP3 player — you’re better off running empty-handed.
Few will make the cut to compete in the fitness event, but hundreds of thousands will try.
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