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01/10/2012
Exercise and The New Year I am 42. I am 5'1" tall and weigh about 165. I have weighed this all my life, on average. My lowest weight was 125 pounds 21 years ago just before my wedding. I think my highest was about 192 back in 2006, a couple of years after I quit my job to stay at home with my son. More >>

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01/05/2012
Childhood Obesity My nephew who is 12 years old has been heavy most of his life. He loves the computer and all those hand-held games and surprisingly enough is a couch potato. More >>

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12/19/2011
5 Ways to Make and Keep Your New Year's Resolutions Do you know that fewer than half of Americans make New Year's Resolutions?

Of those who do make them, the three most frequent resolutions are about weight loss (no surprise there), exercise, and stopping smoking. Also popular are ones dealing with better money management and debt reduction. More >>

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12/05/2011
First There Is a Mountain! While listening recently, I heard the song, "First There Is a Mountain" after a commercial break. You asked Efim the significance and he said he played it because you had been doing mountain climber stomach exercises during the break. I made a different connection because of the last caller you spoke to before the break. More >>

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10/07/2011
Building Up to Military Pushups Imagine if you were a severely out-of-shape, overweight woman and your first exercise was trying to bench press 200 or more pounds. You could barely lift it a few inches up and down, if at all. More >>

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10/06/2011
Our Drug Seeking Nation From alcohol, to prescription, to recreational, it seems our favorite past time as a nation has became drug use. Now our children are becoming victims of our ignorance and lazy life styles. More >>

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09/29/2011
Expecting More From Me I owe you my new life. You are the ONLY person who told me there are no excuses for being overweight. I was diagnosed with fibromyalgia AND PCOS (Polycystic Ovary Syndrome) when I was 20, plus I have a history of genetic obesity. More >>

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01/11/2011
IconHere's a tricky question from a listener - at what point after starting to date do you discuss health issues? More >>

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01/06/2011
IconAfter the busy holiday season, many of us say, "Ho, ho, ho" not only since we were jolly during the festivities, but because we feel as permanently rotund as Santa from all that feasting. Even though it may seem like a Herculean task, weight loss does not have to be a time-consuming affair filled with sophisticated homemade or packaged food...  More >>

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10/11/2010
Icon"My homework is done!" Imagine hearing the words above, before having to ask the question. Wouldn't it be wonderful to know that the homework was complete and your child was ahead? More >>

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