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Healthy Living: When it comes to addiction, it doesn't discriminate. It can affect anyone at any age. This week Marcie Fraser takes another look at addiction in this second part of a two part series.
05/21/2013 10:12 AM
Tone Up: A decline bench is awesome for abdominals, but you can also use the decline bench to get a broad chest. We'll take a look at these exercises in today's "Tone Up."
05/19/2013 11:59 AM
The percentage of adults addicted to prescription pain medication is on the rise and many of them become addicted before they know it. YNN's Marcie Fraser explores addiction in this "Healthy Living."
05/17/2013 12:10 PM
It happens to everyone at some point. An injury prevents you from exercising and, unfortunately, it happens more so as you age. Now some are using Terra Trikes to stay active despite an injury.
05/14/2013 08:00 AM
In this "Healthy Living," Marcie Fraser speaks with a doctor about possible risks involved with the popular antibiotic, azithromycin.
05/10/2013 01:28 PM
For this edition of "Healthy Living," YNN’s Marcie Fraser meets with high school students in a program called “Kids in the Kitchen.” In the program, students have the opportunity to get tips for the kitchen, learn healthy eating habits and even earn college credits
05/07/2013 11:18 AM
Don't know how to surf? No problem – while the new Surfset workout uses a surfboard, there's no water involved. YNN's Marcie Fraser reports in this "Healthy Living.'
05/03/2013 10:35 AM
With busy schedules and time constraints, home-cooked nutritious meals are hard to come by. But should your children's vitamins and nutrients come from a bottle?
05/01/2013 08:43 AM
Active Now --YNN’s Jess Mitchell gets a workout fit for a firefighter.
When you're talking fitness, you want to talk strength and toning. In today’s "Tone Up," Marcie Fraser is doing a little strength training using a process called 'negatives.'
There’s a yoga class in town that's using some nontraditional methods to pump up the intensity of a normal yoga class. YNN’s Jess Mitchell gives it a try in this “Active Now.”
Are you working on your abs? Standing abdominal exercises will help strengthen your lower abdominals to pull your belly in.
Central Texas is in the middle of a healthcare revamp--one that will take millions of dollars and years to complete. Wednesday the Central Health Board held the second of three public meetings before voting on a master plan. YNN's Sebastian Robertson shows us why those behind it say it will be revolutionary for healthcare in Austin.
The Kentucky Derby is this weekend, which may have you itching to get on a horse. YNN's Jess Mitchell took a few horseback riding lessons for this week's "Active Now."
According to the FDA, last year, 55.3 million Americans were prescribed a Z-Pak, antibiotics for upper respiratory infections. For this edition of Healthy Living, YNN’s Marcie Fraser meets with a cardiac electrophysiologist who thinks Z-Paks are over prescribed.
Have you hit a plateau in your workout? In today's "Tone Up," Marcie Fraser explains how to break through and lose that weight.
Low dose cat scans are now being used to detect small tumors indicative of lung cancer. For this edition of "Healthy Living," Marcie Fraser meets with radiologist John Fantauzzi to discuss more.
Boxing is a great way to get in shape and can also be a great activity for energetic young people. YNN's Jess Mitchell has more in this edition of "Active Now."
Today on "Healthy Living," Marcie Fraser addresses signs your relationship is becoming unhealthy.
If you want to work out that lower body, you'll want to take a mountain climb. We're not talking outside; we're talking indoor mountain climbers. Marcie Fraser explains.
Though a little caffeine is generally OK for children, too much can negatively impact their health. But how much is too much? YNN's Marcie Fraser reports.
For this edition of "Tone Up," Marcie Fraser works her biceps and triceps at the same time, with hammer curls.
Nathan Beels lost part of his leg in a motorcycle accident last year, but he's not letting that hold him down. YNN's Todd Boatwright had his story of recovery from the accident, to his return to extreme sports.
Nearly 20 percent of young men have a condition called varicocele, a problem involving the testicles that can affect fertility. Marcie Fraser reports.
YNN's Jess Mitchell met with Dave Lowe, founder of Uberpong, to check out how the company is changing the face of ping pong.
Running stretches are not one-size-fits-all. See what stretches you should concentrate on in this week's "Healthy Living."
If you're frustrated with a fitness plateau, try changing up your repetitions. Marcie Fraser has more in today's "Tone Up."
YNN's Jess Mitchell stopped by Hill Country Running to get some tips for first-time runners. Check it out in this edition of "Active Now."
Though storing umbilical cord blood can prove helpful, some experts say the costs outweigh the benefits. Marcie Fraser has more in this week's "Child Wellness."
Taking folic acid when pregnant can reduce the risk having a baby with spina bifida by 75 percent. For this edition of Healthy Living, Marcie Fraser has more.
Want toned arms for summer? Try this exercise for your triceps.
It's called Syndrome X, and as the baby boomer generation matures, more people are getting it. In today’s "Healthy Living," Marcie Fraser looks at how to reduce your risk of this metabolic disorder.
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