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Signs of Stress

Learning how to cope with stress effectively takes time. Sometimes you’re not even aware that you are under pressure, but your body sure does. It’s

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Saying Goodbye to Summer

I once read somewhere that we should shorten the long dreary days of winter by combining February and March into the month of “Farch”. I

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Incorporating Exercise Into A Busy Life

Incorporating Exercise Into A Busy Life Link to Article | http://www.diabeteshealth.com/read/2009/07/08/6266/incorporating-exercise-into-a-busy-life/ Written By: Jay Hewitt July 8 2009 (Diabetes Health) — I would exercise if

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Recession Weighs on Waistlines

Recession Weighs on Waistlines Link to Article| http://www.chicagotribune.com/health/sns-health-recession-waistlines,0,1108878.story THURSDAY, Jan 14 2010 (Chicago Tribune) — The economic downturn is busting wallets and bursting waistlines as

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Decrease in Fitness Levels for Canadians

Canadian Fitness Levels Have Plummeted Since 1981 Link to Article | http://edmonton.ctv.ca/servlet/an/local/CTVNews/20100113/statscan_fitness/20100113/?hub=EdmontonHome WEDNESDAY, Jan 13 2010 (ctv.ca) — Canadians were far less fit in 2009

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Finding What Motivates You

Getting Motivated is Big Start for Weight Loss Link to Article|http://www.calgaryherald.com/health/Getting+motivated+start+weight+loss/1866149/story.html Written by Liz Bruckner (calgaryherald.com)–For countless Canadians struggling with added pounds and lacklustre motivation,

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Add Motivation To Your Exercise!

The Biggest Hurdle: Getting Off the Couch Link to Article| http://www.canada.com/health/seniors/biggest+hurdle+getting+couch/1743931/story.html Written By: Natalie Stechyson Older adults wanting to become more physically active shouldn’t overlook

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