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Another reason to exercise every day during the holidays

  • Written by William B. Farquhar, Professor of Kinesiology & Applied Physiology, University of Delaware
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Yes, of course we all know we should exercise every day during the holiday season to help counter the onslaught of excess calories that started on Thanksgiving and will mercifully end with a New Year’s toast.

We may even tire of hearing about exercise and weight from family, friends and...

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