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Journal EntryNot all sunscreens are created equal
The FDA is taking steps to protect and educate consumers about sun exposure and sunscreen products. Choose "broad spectrum" products for greatest protection.
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Journal EntryThe effect of combat on communication
Combat is stressful. Here are some tips that can help you overcome the impact of combat on your relationships.
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Journal Entry C headerGet FITT to optimize muscle strength
Optimize your muscle strength and endurance by following the FITT principle.
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Journal Entry C headerTry calisthenics to improve strength
Calisthenics may help improve your strength.
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Journal EntryKeys to building family resilience
A new RAND report points out key resilience-building features that families can use.
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Journal Entry Haskell source codeThe ideal nap length?
Didn’t get enough sleep last night? Learn how to nap so your mind can perform at its best.
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Journal EntryInjury treatment and recovery
Even minor injuries can derail performance. Follow these tips to manage the discomfort of minor injuries and prevent further damage.
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Journal EntrySwimming for fitness
Try swimming to improve your overall fitness while minimizing your risk of injury.
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Journal EntryRestaurants offering healthier kids’ meals
Restaurants are starting to offer healthier menu items for children, limiting unhealthy fats, added sugars, and sodium.
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Journal Entry text/texmacsEnergy drinks and adolescents
Energy drink use by adolescents is on the rise, and misuse of these beverages may stem from confusion about using energy drinks for rehydration.
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