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The Ragnar Relay Series’s Washington race starts at western Maryland’s Rocky Gap State Park, above, and ends at National Harbor.
The long-distance relay: It can be an awesome monster, but participants say it inspires teamwork.
To Your Health
Experts aren’t sure why there is a large regional difference in breastfeeding practices
Health, Science & Environment
Joel Achenbach, Lena H. Sun and Caelainn Hogan
It is the “largest, most complex outbreak that we know of in history,” CDC director Tom Frieden says.
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This recipe is a great way to use healthful foods while avoiding a salad slump.
Start slow, and try to find a program you can adhere to on a consistent basis.
Jennifer Van Allen
Protein has been shown to provide great nutritional benefits. Still, think before you eat.
How do they relate to one another, and what works best and when? We asked some local experts to weigh in.
Alexandria resident Kristina Ament, who is visually impaired, is in training for the Ironman world championship in Hawaii.
From old-school to new, the 45-year-old fitness program is here to stay.
A look at sugar alcohol, sugar-free foods and how to read labels to choose the right fit for you.
How to get a finicky 3-year-old daughter to eat healthfully.
Jazzercise Live recently came to the District. It’s part rally, part fashion show — and all fun.
Vicky Hallett, Danielle Douglas, Des Bieler, Mike Plunkett and Nora Krug
Our new MisFits crew consists of five writers with a range of backgrounds, from a fitness newbie to an instructor.
This alternative features good old cabbage, plus tahini, radishes and agave nectar. What’s missing? Mayo.
Spirit (“Social Physical Interactive Respectful Inclusive Teamwork”) Club offers encouragement and empathy.
Organized outings can be a revelation even to residents.
The popular diet leaves some nutritional holes to be filled, especially for kids and teens.
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