Is your summer over and have you started school? If so, what does your diet and excercise regime look like now? Are you eating out more? Are you chilling out in front of the television when you get home; or are you participating in after school activites? Please continue to follow as we promote and encorage each other to live happier and …
Category Archive: Health and Wellness
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On Saturday, March 16, 2013, Let's Move! Atlanta, C.H.O.I.C.E.S. (The Center for Helping Obesity in Children End Successfully) and the Aetna Foundation present their annual Children's Nutrition Education and Physical Activity Expo, to help fight the obesity epidemic by encouraging healthy choices.
From 10 am until 3 pm at …
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By Helena Oliviero – The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Atlanta Hawks player Zaza Pachulia follows yoga instructor Michelle Young in the Warrior II Pose as she leads a class with his teammate Ivan Johnson and kids from C.H.O.I.C.E.S. (the Center Helping Obesity in Children End Successfully) at the Athleta store in Atlantic Station in Atlanta on …
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Hi guys! Lisa here again. I've been getting lots of emails about the PALA+ Challenge, and I love reading each and every one – keep them coming. Most of the emails are asking for tips and advice on how to successfully complete the challenge, so here's my top 5 tips for PALA+ success!
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The PALA+ Challenge officially launched last Saturday at Let's Move! DeKalb. Even if you missed the Olympic Fun Day excitement at Let's Move! DeKalb, you still have a chance to join in the PALA+ Challenge. All you need to know is right here, so read through, post any questions in the reply section, and …
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