Thursday, September 18, 2014
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Health Tips

The latest healthy living tips and answers to readers' most embarrassing questions.

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Suggestions for what to drink, and when
And reduce the risk of drowning
Signs your child should see a doctor
Suggestions for what to add
Don't forget a shopping list
Factors that contribute to weight gain
Wash countertops frequently
Staying active is a great start
Take advantage of these healthy activities
It’s a scary thought to think that there might not be enough doctors to serve the Philadelphia community. Imagine if you couldn’t get prompt medical attention when you needed it the most? According to the Healthy Opportunity Index by BetterDoctor.com, Philadelphia is #16 on a national ranking of U.S. cities with doctor shortages.
Internet can offer constant, cost-effective support for dieters, London researchers say
Gym class memories either give you post-traumatic flashbacks or the opportunity to relive your glory days.
Need to lose weight? Instead of changing yourself, you might consider changing your environment.
Philadelphia-based dietitian Theresa Shank, RD, LDN, is nothing if not relatable. As Einstein Medical Center’s outpatient dietitian, Shank is a big proponent of the “practice what you preach” philosophy.
Now that you've lost the weight, maintaining is a piece of cake, right?