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6 Tips for a Healthy Winter Season for the Whole Family

As winter approaches, many parents are looking for ways to counter the often excess eating that comes with the holidays — for themselves and their children. It can be difficult

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The Truth About Turkey: Does it Really Make us Sleepy?

We often blame the Thanksgiving turkey for that famous post-dinner drowsiness — but is the bird really the cause of those after-meal naps? A registered dietician at the Cleveland Clinic sets the record straight while offering tips for a more energized Thanksgiving. ...
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Eat, Save, Reduce: 10 Tips to Reduce Your Family’s Food Waste

According to the Natural Resources Defense Council, a family of four loses an average of $1,500 a year on wasted food. Whether your concern is for the environment or for the well-being of your wallet, here are some ideas to help you and your family reduce food waste. ...
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The Truth Behind Baby-Led Weaning

When it comes to introducing solid foods to their babies, a growing number of parents are passing on purees and spoon feeding in favor of baby-led weaning. Learn more about the practice to determine if it's right for your family. ...
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Choose the Perfect Post-Workout Snack

You walked or ran your legs off, biked until you dropped, lifted your body weight at the gym, and swam a distance equivalent to circling the globe. Now it is

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How Stress Affects Your Appetite — and How to Combat It

Whether it’s a fight with a spouse, a deadline at work, or simply just too much to do, everyone has stress to deal with. There is a definite connection between stress and our appetite, but the connection isn’t the same for everyone. The Cleveland Clinic provides some insight about how to combat stress before it affects your appetite. ...
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Make Healthy School Birthday Treats that Pass the Test

Today's parents are faced with many limitations when preparing a special birthday treat for their child to share with their classmates. Here are some tried and true school birthday treats that are safe for all kids but are so delicious and fun, students won’t even realize they are gluten-free, nut-free or dairy-free. ...
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Parent Tip of the Week: Smart Eats for Summer

The summer schedule is likely anything but slow. An on-the-go lifestyle requires energy, and portable meals and in-season ingredients are keys to a healthy eating strategy that can power you through the season. ...
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Make Your Salad Fresh from the Jar

Spring is here, and that means healthy veggies are coming into season in Northeast Ohio. When it comes to reducing health risks, we are encouraged to eat foods such as fresh vegetables. But with busy lifestyles, that isn’t always easy to do. Try a Mason jar salad, filled with many of your favorite veggies and plant proteins. ...
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5th Annual ‘Pieces of Hope for Autism’

From Monday, April 11 through Sunday, April 17, proceeds from each puzzle piece shortbread cookie sold at Northeast Ohio Panera Bread bakery-cafés or pre-ordered will be donated to Cleveland Clinic Children’s Center for Autism. The funds raised benefit the behavioral treatment program as well as research at Cleveland Clinic Children’s. ...
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