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Originally developed as an off-season workout for skiers, Nordic walking is all about full body engagement.
Leaving for college is an exciting transition in life, but after the excitement wears off, you may feel isolated—but there are steps you can take to cope.
Here’s a preview of what we might expect in the U.S. during flu season this year.
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The realities of being a teenager in the United States have changed dramatically over the last several decades. Take a closer look at the mental health crisis facing America’s adolescents.
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