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The Reality of Adult Picky Eaters

A new reality show focuses on freaky eating patterns and is bringing awareness to eating issues many adults face. Are you one of them?
Posted 9/13/2010  6:00:00 AM By:   : 159 comments   41,265 views
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Habits of Fit People: Turn Off the TV

The easiest way to find more time for fitness is to cut back on your TV time. Is this a strategy that could work for you?
Posted 9/1/2010  5:00:00 AM By:   : 184 comments   39,386 views
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The 10 Healthiest Celebrities

Our friends at That's Fit share the list of the 10 healthiest celebs. Did your favorites make the cut?
Posted 5/4/2010  6:00:00 AM By:   : 17 comments   17,861 views
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Does Your Family Have Healthy TV Habits?

Television can provide benefits to your family if evaluated and used in a healthy way.
Posted 4/5/2010  5:56:35 AM By:   : 40 comments   20,669 views
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Slash Your Child's Risk for Obesity by 40%--Without Diet or Exercise

What if preventing obesity in kids had nothing to do with exercise or nutrition? Recently published research shows it's easier than we may think...
Posted 2/17/2010  6:00:00 AM By:   : 73 comments   52,695 views
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Childhood Obesity: Is total TV watching time the problem, or is it the commercials?

For childhood obesity, the number of food commercials viewed may matter more than time spent watching TV.
Posted 2/11/2010  5:23:17 AM By:   : 113 comments   22,657 views
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Turn Up Your Activity By Turning Off The TV

A new study shows that less TV might not change your diet or increase your exercise, but it could lead to an increase in overall activity levels.
Posted 1/15/2010  6:21:55 PM By:   : 149 comments   24,384 views
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Biggest Loser Contestants Run a Marathon: Inspirational or Irresponsible?

On a recent episode of NBC's "The Biggest Loser", the four remaining contestants were given a challenge to run a marathon. As I watched, I became more and more frustrated.
Posted 12/29/2009  2:08:49 PM By:   : 566 comments   45,278 views
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Finally! An Entertaining Kids Show with a Healthy Focus!

A SparkPeople member raves about a Playhouse Disney kids show that's--gasp--focused on healthy eating! Could it be? TV programming that's sending a positive message to kids?
Posted 8/24/2009  5:42:12 PM By:   : 64 comments   18,319 views
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Children's T.V. Choices Could Affect How Much They Eat

A new study shows a link between what kids are seeing on T.V. and how much they eat. Do the kinds of commericals they see make a difference? They just might.
Posted 7/31/2009  6:07:49 AM By:   : 68 comments   16,887 views
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'So You Think You Can Dance' Meets 'The Biggest Loser': Will You Tune In?

"The Biggest Loser," NBC's weight-loss reality show, is a hit. So is FOX's dance show, "So You Think You Can Dance?" Now Oxygen has a show that seems to combine them both.
Posted 6/28/2009  11:53:44 AM By:   : 200 comments   16,131 views
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More TV Means Less Talking Among Kids and Parents

When should children be allowed to start watching TV? How much time should they spend in front of it each day? A new study might make some parents rethink their decision.
Posted 6/26/2009  6:08:17 AM By:   : 93 comments   12,806 views
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Stacy London Promotes Looking Good At Any Size

Stacy London is known for being critical of people's choices when it comes to fashion. But she will never tell you that you need to lose a few pounds.
Posted 4/28/2009  2:08:05 PM By:   : 299 comments   32,617 views
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Coach Nicole Spreads the Spark on FOX!

Coach Nicole explains how to create a home gym for less than $50. Check out the video of her live appearance!
Posted 2/17/2009  5:22:13 PM By:   : 101 comments   13,794 views
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Tune In! SparkPeople Member to be on 'The Doctors'

One of our favorite nationally syndicated talk shows, "The Doctors," will air a show tomorrow that features a SparkPeople member. Be sure to tune in.
Posted 12/4/2008  2:33:43 PM By:   : 60 comments   8,079 views
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