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Lifestyle-Related Illness
Chronic diseases related to poor lifestyle accounted for more than two-thirds of deaths in the US in 2002. (National Center for Health Statistics, 2005)


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Diet & Nutrition
Diets & Dieting
Expressing Calories as Exercise Equivalents
Obesity: The "Big" Picture
Smart Nutrition
Dining Out Tips
Food Labels
Nutrition Basics: Carbs, Fats, and Protein
Nutrition Basics: Fluid Requirements for Healthy Adults
Nutrition Basics: Natural vs. Unnatural Sources of Fructose
Sports Nutrition
Dietary Protein and Exercise
Energy Bars
Energy Chews
Energy Drinks
Energy Gels
Fluids and Electrolytes During Exercise
Sports Drinks and Recovery Drinks
Why Sports Nutrition is Different
Exercise & Fitness
Neighborhood Exercise
Obstacle Races
Running: An Overview
Tai Chi
Tennis: An Overview
Exercise For Medical Conditions
Exercise Beats Drug Therapy
Exercise For Arthritis
Exercise For Back Pain
Exercise For Coronary Artery Disease
Exercise For Dementia
Exercise For Depression
Exercise For Diabetes Mellitus
Exercise For Hypertension
Exercise For Metabolic Syndrome
Exercise For Obesity
Exercise For Osteoporosis
Exercise For Stress
Why Exercise is Good Medicine
Exercise For Specific Populations
Exercise For Kids: "10 And Under Tennis"
Exercise For Older Adults
Motivating Kids to Exercise: Is Technology The Answer?
Exercise Gear
Activity Trackers
Bicycle Seats
Heart Rate Monitors
Hiking Gear
Running Shoes
Tennis Racquets
Exercise Maintains Optimum Health
Aerobic Fitness Prevents Coronary Artery Disease
Exercise and Intelligence
Not Enough Exercise vs. Too Much Sitting
Exercise Resources
Do-It-Yourself Fitness
Evaluating Online Exercise and Sports Nutrition Information
Exercise Guidelines for Health: Official Recommendations
Exercise Tips For Travelers
Find An Exercise Partner
How Do I Know That's the Right Answer?
How to Choose a Health Coach
How to Choose a Personal Trainer
Online Health and Fitness Coaching
Personal Trainers Should Not Offer Nutrition Advice
Measuring Fitness
Amazing Athletic Feats
Balance: An Overlooked Element of Fitness?
Health and Fitness Targets
Measuring Fitness: Aerobic Capacity
Measuring Fitness: Body Composition
Sports Medicine
Bicycling: Medical Aspects
Blisters: Prevention and Treatment
Exertional Rhabdomyolysis
Training & Working Out
Bad Exercise
Circuit Training
Exercise Motivation Part 1: Tips You Can Use
Exercise Motivation Part 2: Psychology
Exercise Myths
Heart Rate, Exercise Intensity, and Training
How to Choose a Gym
Interval Training
Resistance-Training Principles Part 1: The Basics
Resistance-Training Principles Part 2: Advanced Concepts
Training For Cycling
Training For Distance Running: Tips For Beginners
Training For Tennis
Supplements & Pharmaceuticals
Banned Substances in Sports
Anabolic Steroids: Abuse by Athletes
Evaluating Research in Sports Medicine
Don't Underestimate the Power of Suggestion
OTC Sports Supplements: Efficacy and Safety
Ephedra: A Dangerous Supplement
Sports Pharmacology: Appropriate Use of Drugs by Athletes
Pain Medications and the Athlete
Sports Creams and Topical Analgesics
Sunscreens and the Athlete
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