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Are Your Teen’s Tech Devices Preventing a Good Night’s Rest?

Growing up, many of us probably remember our parents telling us to turn off the TV and go to bed.

But now, with so many electronic devices at our fingertips,

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New Healthy Kids Grant Available to Parents

Action for Healthy Kids has announced a new Parents for Healthy Kids grant for the 2018-19 school year designed for parents and parent-groups (PTAs, PTOs, etc.) to lead school-based physical activity and nutrition initiatives and to engage more parents in student and family health. The deadline to apply is April 6. ...
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New School-Based Medical Clinic at Lakewood High School

Cleveland Clinic Children’s has a new School-Based Medical Clinic at Lakewood High School. The designated facility, which opened Jan. 23 and operates during school hours, provides health care services, including

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Do you have a Big Enough ‘Why?’ to Get in Shape?

love sitting down and meeting with a new client for the first time. It feels so good getting people started. They’re excited. I’m excited. My team is excited. It’s

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Fatherhood or Fatterhood?

My kids try to make me stop by jumping on my back during push-ups and flopping onto my stomach between crunches. read more

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Tips to Lose Weight Before your next Baby

In the case of some women, losing weight before the next baby is essential to avoiding unnecessary risks of pregnancy and delivery. read more

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What’s Really in Your Food: Labels, Ingredients and What they Mean

Chances are, many of us resolved to eat healthier in 2018. But when walking into the grocery store in search of healthier options, it's easy to feel overwhelmed by all the facts on the back of the box. Don’t worry — we’re here to help demystify nutrition labels so that you can choose the healthiest items for your family. Plus, we share shopping tips and a quick dinner recipe that's perfect for busy weeknights. ...
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What Really Makes us Sick (Fact vs. Fiction)

Most of us were probably told by our grandmothers that going outside in the winter without a hat on will result in catching a cold. read more

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