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Fitness May Boost Kids’ Brainpower - Health News and Views - Health.com - Exercise and brainpower in children may not seem closely related, but a small new study hints that fitness may supercharge kids’ minds.
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Why You're Not Meeting Your Health Goals + What To Do About It - mindbodygreen.com - How many times have you made a promise to yourself to get your health in order, only to liberate yourself from those self-imposed rules and regulations shortly thereafter?
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Fayetteville Chiropractor Pinched Nerve - Chiropractic Wellness - Fayetteville Chiropractor Pinched Nerve - Chiropractic Wellness
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7 Reasons You're Tired All the Time - We all tend to blame fatigue on a too-busy lifestyle. And much of the time we're right. But if you feel tired all the time, don't blow it off.
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Fayetteville Chiropractor for Hip Pain - Chiropractic Wellness - Fayetteville Chiropractor for Hip Pain - Chiropractic Wellness
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9 Reasons to Consider Getting a Fitness Tracker - Having evolved from the humble pedometer, fitness trackers may now track heart rate, steps taken, exercise type, exercise intensity, distance travelled, calories burned, skin temperature, perspiration, or sleep patterns — all to help you maintain or improve your health.
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Walking 30 Minutes a Day Keeps Fat Away - The minimum daily requirement of exercise to prevent weight gain is 30 minutes a day of walking, or 12 miles a week of walking or running. A study of sedentary, overweight men and women (aged 40-65 years) showed they lost body fat and weight when they walked or ran 12 miles a week during an 8-month study, without changing their diet. A control group of non-exercisers all gained weight and fat during the 8-month study.
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