Kids & Calcium: Build Strong Bones
We've all heard that milk does a body good, but so do all dairy products, green leafy vegetables, broccoli, and other foods that are rich in calcium. A key building block for strong, healthy bones, calcium is critical during childhood and adolescence. But most kids ages 9 to 18 don't get the recommended 1,300 mg of calcium per day.
Seize the Day with 4 Easy Pre-breakfast Habits
The quality of your bed and how you sleep can affect your ligaments, joints and discs. Stretching before you even get up brings blood back into muscles and loosens joints, which helps prevent injury and keep you limber throughout the day. Don't force morning stretches; take these three moves slow and gentle.