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January 6, 2016

It’s 2016. Are you ready? Do you have a plan? Do you know what you are going to do to achieve your fitness goals in the New Year? 

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It's that time of year: The clock has turned back, Halloween is over, stores are preparing for the holidays and our diets go by the wayside.

Farewell, bikinis and salads. Hello, big sweaters and comfort food....Read Full Article

By PEGGY BUCHANAN and MADELINE KONG

Today's adults are living longer, healthier lives, due in part to better fitness and nutrition. With the number of Americans 65 and older expected to represent more than...Read Full Article

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Our Live Well Kingston Leadership Team is made up of a dynamic group of movers and shakers in our community, including two resident doctors,...Read Full Article

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Are you too busy texting, friending and hashtagging to keep up with the other part of your “mobile” lifestyle: regular physical activity? Regular exercise is important because it improves your overall health and fitness, and lowers your risk for many chronic diseases.1 The Centers for Disease...Read Full Article

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Are you too busy texting, friending and hashtagging to keep up with the other part of your “mobile” lifestyle: regular physical activity? Regular exercise is important because it improves your overall health and fitness, and lowers your risk for many chronic diseases.1 The Centers for Disease...Read Full Article

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Strong biceps are not only for show—they are responsible for bending the elbow and making it possible for you to lift and carry heavy objects, including your own body weight. This quick and efficient workout is a great way to strengthen these essential muscles.Read Full Article

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Exercise may help to safeguard the mind against depression through previously unknown effects on working muscles, according to a new study involving mice. The findings may have broad implications for anyone whose stress levels threaten to become emotionally overwhelming.

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Obese children and teenagers already show hints of future cardiovascular problems, new research has found.

German researchers studied 61 overweight and obese children 8-to 21-years-old, comparing them with 40 non-obese children of the same age. All were free of disease and not taking any...Read Full Article

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