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Beating obesity part 6: Look at the numbers

The starting point for weight loss is clearly to determine what you actually weigh right now. I fully understand that doing that can be very scary but it is the only sure way to put yourself on the path to […]

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Beating obesity part 6: Look at the numbers

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The starting point for weight loss is clearly to determine what you actually weigh right now. I fully understand that doing that can be very scary but it is the only sure way to put yourself on the path to […]

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Beating obesity Part 5: The food we eat

Part 5 of a series on beating obesity Before diving into the world of fine-tuning a diet let’s start with a look at the big food picture. That involves two

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Walking: A healthy way to losing weight

There are two basic elements involved in developing a healthy life style and shedding unwanted and dangerous weight. Those elements are move more and eat less. To be sure

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Beating obesity: Walk your way to good health

Part One in a series on why and how to beat obesity On December 18 2012 at about 5:30 in the afternoon I stopped breathing. As I dropped face first to

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Baltimore former drug user faces medical bias

Darlene Parker, left, sits on her N. Bentalou Street steps talking with her neighbor, Sharlene Adams. Capital News Service photo by Nate Kresh. This is Part 4 in a five-part

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Yoga works for Gisele; why not me?

In Boston we like to think we are on the cutting edge of many things — politics, culture, and fitness. We are even trying to get the Olympics to

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Health advocates want state to stop taxing bottled water

Photo of bottled water by caterina clemente with Flickr Creative Commons License By Rebecca Lessner For MarylandReporter.com Health advocates moved to make water the “default drink of Maryland” by submitting a bill

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What I learned about being a woman at 40

The final Forty Shades of Fitness post Well, this week I turned 40. I remember when I started blogging about this, at the age of 38, I was under no

Pro-choice group responds to Kittleman on reproductive rights

By Jodi Finkelstein I am writing in response to your August 24 article, “Howard County Democrats attack Alan Kittleman.” As the executive director of NARAL Pro-Choice Maryland, I am responsible for

Md. awards $16 billion, 10-year contract for health insurance

Above: Board of Public Works, from left, State Treasurer Nancy Kopp, Gov. Martin O'Malley and Comptroller Peter Franchot (file photo). By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com Top state officials on Wednesday approved spending $16

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