Diet & Health

Blog entry | Mar 10 2010

By: Jennifer Schleman, APR   Date: 3/11/10

Blog entry | Mar 08 2010

As part of RD day and the

Blog entry | Mar 08 2010

As part of RD day and the

Blog entry | Mar 08 2010

Note: As part of RD day and the

Blog entry | Mar 08 2010

As part of RD day and the

Article | Mar 08 2010

How many steps do you take every day? Fitness experts say grown ups should take at least 10,000 steps every day—that equals about 5 miles of walking.

Article | Mar 08 2010

Probably every day, you see ads for foods or drinks on TV, in the newspaper or in a magazine. Companies hope their ads will get you to buy the product or ask your parents to buy it for you.

Article | Mar 08 2010

Do you have a dog? Do you have a neighbor with a dog? Maybe it's an elderly neighbor who can't walk their dog often or maybe it's a neighbor who doesn't have time to walk their dog.

Article | Mar 08 2010

Your brain is the commando for many important things you do.

Article | Mar 08 2010

Hey! Got a dirty mouth?

The best way to keep your teeth healthy is to brush and floss every day, and to see the dentist for regular check-ups.

Know why?

Article | Mar 08 2010

Your kidneys never rest. They're constantly at work filtering extra water and other substances from your blood to make urine.

Article | Mar 08 2010

Did you know that your body is so muscle-bound that muscles make up 30 to 50 percent of your weight?

Article | Mar 08 2010

Ah, fall is in the air. Can't you just feel it? The air is getting cooler and the leaves are changing color.

Article | Mar 08 2010

You probably don't think too much about your intestines, but they're a big part of you. You have a small intestine and a large intestine looping through your belly.

Article | Mar 08 2010

Though you can't see it, your heart needs special attention to stay healthy. Whether your heart is healthy depends a lot on the way you eat and how much you move your body.

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