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The 8 health habits experts say you need in your 20s — If you had just one piece of health advice for someone in their 20s, what would it be? That's the question we posed to a number of experts in nutrition, obesity, cardiology and other health disciplines.

Food mistakes parents make — Harriet Worobey, a childhood nutrition instructor, knows first hand that children can be picky eaters, but even she was surprised by a preschooler last year who ate a mostly chocolate diet. "Chocolate milk, chocolate chip muffins, chocolate chip pancakes - it was unbelievable," said Ms. Worobey, director of the Rutgers University Nutritional Sciences Preschool in New Brunswick, N.J., U.S.

The 8 health habits experts say you need in your 20s

Butternut Mac-n-Cheese — When Kim Quay needed a name for her catering and prepared food business, in Morrisville, Pa., her mother suggested Comfort Food Ms Quay, whose menu is based on whatever foods the local farmers happen to be providing, thought the name was apt

A Gluten-Free Thanksgiving — Stephen Scott Gross Stephen Scott Gross When Silvana Nardone's son Isaiah was diagnosed with gluten intolerance three weeks before Thanksgiving, the Brooklyn mom knew she faced a particularly challenging holiday meal. But as the owner of a bakery and founding editor of the food magazine Every Day With Rachel Ray, Ms. Nardone was up to the challenge.

Tackling a Racial Gap in Breast Cancer Survival — MEMPHIS - After her doctor told her two months ago that she had breast cancer, Debrah Reid, a 58-year-old dance teacher, drove straight to a funeral home. She began planning a burial with the funeral director and his wife, even requesting a pink coffin. Sensing something was amiss, the funeral director, Edmund Ford, paused.

Weight Classes Aim to Balance Races — Stuart Bradford At 245 pounds and 6 feet 3 inches, Jeffrey West knows he looks more like a football player than a runner. But that hasn't stopped him from competing in nine marathons in the past three years. "When I go by, people say, 'Go, big fella, you can do it!'

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