What better time than the new year to reflect on changes you can make to be healthier, trim down and firm up?
You may think you don’t consume much of it, but the average American consumes a whopping 152 pounds of sugar a year, according to the United States Department of Agriculture.
You overdid it at the neighbors’ barbecue and now you’re paying for it. You feel stuffed. You can’t find the Tums to ease the burning in your chest and throat.
Sprains and strains are among the most common sports-related injuries, so if you’ve been relatively sedentary, don’t go from zero to 60 right away.
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Omaha man Paul Shadle is one of 25 individuals featured in a national campaign from the nonprofit Fight Colorectal Cancer. The campaign, which features video and images of the individuals, runs through the month of March.