I come from a long line of inactive overeaters and am trying to break the cycle with my 2 and 6 year old girls. We'll be discussing lots of ways to incorporate healthy eating and activity into your family life. There's also an expert on hand to answer quesitons.
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The CDC is a wonderful resource of information and support services, including; free quit coach services, if you want to stop smoking. It also provides information for helping you explain to kids why you should never smoke.View Thread
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