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      Steve Siebold

      Author Steve Siebold is causing a lot of controversy with his new book, "Die Fat or Get Tough." He says it's simple: if you're fat, it's your fault. Find out why he thinks his position is the wake-up call America needs.


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      Gretchen Reynolds

      If you think you have to run or exercise vigorously to reap the benefits of fitness, think again. One of the nation's top health reporters says a growing field of science shows doing small activities can lead to big health rewards. Find out more.


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      Richard Simmons Gets Real

      There are few people whose sole goal in life is to make people feel better about themselves, but that's exactly what Richard Simmons has been doing for nearly 40 years. He shares his own personal struggles and offers his tips for healing yourself.


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      Healthy 100 Radio: Dr. Cynthia Buffington

      There has been an alarming increase in the prevalence of obesity in this country. Dr. Cynthia Buffington of Florida Hospital's Metabolic Medicine and Surgery Institute explains the wide-ranging effects obesity has on our bodies.


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      Richard Simmons

      There are few people whose sole goal in life is to make people feel better about themselves, but that's exactly what Richard Simmons has been doing for nearly 40 years. He shares his own personal struggles and offers his tips for healing yourself.


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      Obesity: Getting to the Heart of the Matter in Perceptions, Physicians' Roles and Environmental Design

      Viewing the issue of obesity is like viewing a kaleidoscope—every time you turn the scope, you see a different pattern, a different dimension of the problem. The issue may involve medical, economic, psychological, educational, spiritual or even architectural issues. The results of the following research and trends create today’s mosaic: Is Obesity the New Norm? As the problem of obesity...

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      Weight Loss and Obesity: Understanding the Brain's Architecture

      The neuroscience of obesity is still in its infancy. Each week, we learn more about the intricate interplay between mind and body. Some of the conclusions of researchers are intuitive. Others are counterintuitive. Some results support the notion that obesity is dictated by genetic coding or lifestyle; other studies assert that obesity is an increasing problem for all mammals, independent of the...

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      Oleda On...Living Younger Longer: DON'T KILL THE KIDS!

      If you are an overweight parent this is one time you should say to your kids, “Don’t do as I do…do as I say.” Have a loving talk with them explaining that Childhood Obesity is now a very serious American epidemic…and you are there to help. It is possible we are setting our children up for a lifetime of illness and a shorter life expectancy. We as parents, and even grandparents, have the...

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      Obesity - Wake Up Call - We are Torturing Our Bodies and Our Minds

      Obesity – Wake Up Call – We are Torturing Our Bodies and Our Minds How many Americans listen to the statistics on obesity and ignore t he reports. They know they are in that group defined as obese and yet they ignore the warnings. Obesity is a medical concern. We, as fitness professionals, must put this in simple terms for our clients. Nuts and bolts, the circumference of our waist...

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