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TakeAFruitBreak Campaign Launches Free Online Obesity Bootcamp
OLDEST worker in America ' leads a growing trend
Jewish World Review
... com | (KRT) OREM, Utah &Mac247; It was Valentine's Day in 1929 and Dr ...
Fruit juice and water, 2 quarts a day ... His Aunt Laura lived to 106;
his Uncle Joseph made it to ...
FOOD Phobic Nation
Tech Central Station
... in the United States . Americans live in a constant state of anxiety
and confusion when it comes to food. For many, if not most ...
WRONG diet can contribute to those aching joints
Glenwood Springs Post Independent, CO
... capabilities. Let's take the diet first. The formation of excess uric
acid is one of the contributing factors of inflammatory conditions. ...
JULIE'S Diary: "Pea-sicles and Broccoli Trees"
Omaha Channel.com, NE
... When I was growing up, dinner at a restaurant, or fast food was a treat.
Maybe a once-a-month treat. ... Will likes raw baby carrots. ...
LOCAL dietitians weigh in on Dr. Phil's new role as diet guru
Seattle Times, WA
In the endless stream of weight-loss plans flooding the American scene,
does Dr. Phil's system rise to the top or sink to the bottom? ...
FORUM looks at fixes for obesity, diabetes
... health care community came together with representatives from schools,
businesses, government agencies and churches on Thursday to tackle the
issue of obesity ...
GROUP will battle childhood obesity in Valley
Dayton Daily News, OH
With some indications showing the Dayton area has nearly twice the national
rate of childhood obesity, local leaders in public health, medicine and
TASK force tackles childhood obesity
... habits and get very little exercise. The Governor's Task Force on Obesity
is now looking into the problem. Andre O'Neill hopes by ...
LETTER: Food and obesity
The Times (subscription), UK
Sir, You report (November 3) that, on the whole, British men and women
have progressively gained weight in the past 20 years. My ...
BECKHAM linked to child obesity
Gary Lineker, David Beckham and other sports celebrities who promote carbonated
drinks or fattening snacks were blamed yesterday for the rise in child