Health Rewind: Avoiding Family Drama This Thanksgiving

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Exercise During Holidays May Not Keep Away Extra Weight

The best way to keep the weight off during the holidays may be not exercise, but not overindulging, a recent study says. Researchers found that even those who exercised five hours a week during the holidays, gained on average two pounds between Thanksgiving and New Year’s. While this doesn’t sound like a lot, we gain 2 pounds on average each year and that can add up over time, HealthDay warns

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