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The holidays are an exhausting time of the year, and if you find yourself reaching for a coffee or tea for a little extra energy, that’s okay, according to one expert.
Many people start the new year with a resolution to lose weight through diet and exercise.
The holidays are a time for celebrating with loved ones and enjoying favorite family recipes and tasty treats, so the last thing you want is to get sick from the food you eat.
Fad diets come and go with the seasons, but according to a Baylor College of Medicine dietitian, they may do more harm than good.
Halloween is a night of tricks and especially treats for children but for parents it can turn into a nightmare as their little ghosts and goblins splurge on candy with no health benefits.
If this summer weather has you feeling wilted, imagine what it does to your food. An expert at Baylor College of Medicine (www.bcm.edu) , advises taking extra precautions with food during the summer heat.
"Ew." It's a word many parents hear when they serve a meal to their child. But before getting frustrated, parents should know that children taste different flavors in foods than adults do.
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