It’s cold outside, and everyone in your family is feeling like it’s time to hibernate after eating all the Thanksgiving leftovers and watching hours of football on TV. Well, it’s time to get those muscles warmed up and the blood flowing. . . . Learn More
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The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) recommends parents ensure their kids are getting adequate amounts of calcium, fiber, protein and carbohydrates. If your child is vegetarian, he or she can get protein from rice, beans, eggs, tofu and peanut butter. The AAP also recommends subbing in water or reduced fat milk for juice, as too much sugar-filled juice can lead to obesity and tooth decay. . . . Learn More
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