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Get Your Body Back After Baby

After childbirth, a woman’s body parts may seem as though they were reassembled without instructions. Some parts have dropped while others expanded. A few places might have gotten a tad skinnier if you lost some muscle during pregnancy. How do you work on regaining a level of fitness when you’re sleep deprived or nursing?   >>>
Pump Up da “D”

Do you live in the northwest, northeast or Midwest? If you live above the 37th parallel (anything that isn’t “the south”), this winter has been a tough one. When you haven’t been shoveling, you’ve been hunkered indoors due to the cold temperatures. While you were hiding, you were losing vitamin D.    >>>
Last One in the Pool is a Rotten Egg!

If you live in a northern climate, you’re dreaming of summer. If you live in a southern climate, you’re enjoying the moderate temps before cranking up the A.C. In either case, you may be looking forward to time spent in a lake, ocean or pool. Swimming will virtually guarantee you a lifetime of family fun.    >>>


National Nutrition Month

The theme for 2015 is "Bite into a Healthy Lifestyle," which encourages everyone to adopt eating and physical activity plans that are focused on consuming fewer calories, making informed food choices and getting daily exercise in order to achieve and maintain a healthy weight, reduce the risk of chronic disease and promote overall health.  >>>


Combating High Blood Pressure

About one in three U.S. adults has high blood pressure, a major risk factor for heart disease, stroke, congestive heart failure and kidney disease.   >>>

Air Force Youth Programs
Gets Ready for Kick Butts Day

For the fourth consecutive year, OSD is partnering with the Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids to encourage military youth to be active and organize events to promote tobacco cessation and healthy living in their community on Kick Butts Day
Youth Camping Opportunities

The University of New Hampshire Cooperative Extension Military Youth and Family Program is sponsoring two winter camps for military teens (14-18) in New Hampshire.  Partial travel expenses are covered so teens do not need to live in NH to attend.  >>>

Camp Corral Registration is Now Open

Camp Corral provides free summer camp opportunities for military children. This nonprofit organization expanded their 2015 camping program and now offers summer camp sessions at 23 camps in 19 states.