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Your Health Podcast: Kids' Nutrition And A Mission To Get Moving
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Jamie Oliver during a scene filmed in Los Angeles from the second season of "Jamie Oliver's Food Revolution" on ABC. Mitch Haddad/AP hide caption

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Treadmills desks can be built at home as long as you have a treadmill. Sharyn Morrow/Wikimedia Commons via Flickr hide caption

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Orthopedist Popi Gianakouras helps 45-year-old Bob Rothaker with physical therapy to treat his sore shoulder. Richard Knox/NPR hide caption

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Got Knee Pain? Maybe The Answer Is More Exercise
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Most Americans spend the majority of their waking hours sitting still in front of a computer or television. iStockphoto.com hide caption

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Sitting All Day: Worse For You Than You Might Think
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Study author Virginia Rauh of Columbia University recommends that parents wash all fruits and vegetables and buy organic when possible. iStockphoto.com hide caption

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Mothers' Pesticide Exposure Linked To Kids' IQs
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Sam Thayer, an urban forager who has written field guides to edible plants, munches on Siberian elm seeds called samaras he found in Washington, D.C. Thayer says the seeds taste like a cross between sweetened oatmeal and lettuce. Maggie Starbard hide caption

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Foraging The Weeds For Wild, Healthy Greens
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Even Without Symptoms, Genital Herpes Can Spread
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High Costs, Limited Care A Pain For Therapy Patients
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