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  • Exercise-Induced Asthma for Parents


    Many kids with asthma have symptoms when they exercise. But with careful management, they usually can do anything their peers can do.

  • Compulsive Exercise for Parents


    Even though exercise has many positive benefits, too much can be harmful. Teens who exercise compulsively are at risk for both physical and psychological problems.

  • Compulsive Exercise for Teens


    Compulsive exercise can lead to serious health problems. Lots of people don't know when they've crossed the line from healthy activity to unhealthy addiction. Read about ways to tell.

  • Exercise-Induced Asthma for Teens


    Some people have asthma symptoms only during or after exercise. This is called exercise-induced asthma. Get some tips for coping with it in this article.

  • Exercising During Pregnancy for Parents


    Most women benefit greatly from exercising throughout their pregnancies. But during that time, you'll need to make a few changes to your normal exercise routine.

  • Exercise for Teens


    Learn why exercise is wise and how to get enough.

  • Sports, Exercise, and Diabetes for Parents


    Diabetes doesn't have to get in the way of exercise and sports competition. Like anyone else, kids with diabetes are healthier if they get plenty of exercise.

  • Exercise Log for Teens


    Keeping an exercise log is a great way to stay motivated and reach exercise goals.

  • Definition: Exercise-Induced Asthma for Parents


    Some people have exercise-induced asthma, which means that their asthma symptoms (such as coughing, wheezing, or shortness of breath) are triggered by exercise or physical activity.

  • Why Exercise Is Wise for Teens


    Getting the right amount of exercise can rev up your energy levels and even help you to feel better emotionally. Find out why.