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Americans continue to struggle with weight loss, and yet the number of people who indicate they are actively trying to lose weight has steadily decreased. As a nation, we have become less concerned about the impact overweight and obesity will have on our quality and length of life, as well as the burden being placed on an already broken health care system. (more…).
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Celiac disease is an inherited digestive system disorder caused by an intolerance to gluten that affects the digestive process of the small intestine. Once thought to be a rare condition, research shows that it affects more than 1 percent of the American population, or about 3 million people, making it almost as prevalent as type I diabetes. May is the National Celiac Disease Awareness Campaign, and organizations across the country are trying the enlighten and educate the public about what is becoming a rapidly rising.
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ATLANTA, May 13 (UPI) -- A U.S. researcher has linked child obesity and the federal school lunch program.

Rusty Tchernis of Georgia State University's Andrew Young School of Policy Studies in Atlanta said children participating in the National School Lunch

Program have an increased likelihood of being overweight.

However, Tchernis said participating in the School Breakfast Program was a more positive experience.

"The School Breakfast Program is a valuable tool in the current battle against childhood obesity,".

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  Kids fitness and nutrition should be at the top of your list as a parent. It can often be hard to get your children in the right mood to want to exercise and eat well though. So what can you do to keep your kids happy and healthy? There are a wide variety of ways that you can incorporate fitness and nutrition into your children’s lives without them being resentful or pulling away. The ideas below will help you learn some fun and sneaky ways.
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