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5:00 Healthwatch: January 17, 2012

Are you trying to make some positive changes for your health this year? Even if you're watching your diet and exercising more, some cardiologists say you still need a little laughter in your life.


5:00 Healthwatch: January 6, 2012

With the dawn of the New Year, you may be busy trying to live up to your resolutions, which might include revamping your workout routine. The American Council on Exercise says even busy women can, and should, consider adding some strength training to their workouts.


5:00 Healthwatch: January 5, 2012

Ringing in the New Year is a time of celebration and renewed hope and with that, often comes a set of new resolutions. Keeping those resolutions takes a bit of planning. For tonight's Health Watch, Susan Hendricks tells us some tried and true ways to make those hopes a reality.


6:00 Healthwatch: January 5, 2012

Each year The American Cancer Society prepares a report that includes statistics including the number of new cases of cancer and how many people died of the disease, but there is encouraging news in the report released this week.


5:00 Healthwatch: January 4, 2012

It's important for young children to get plenty of exercise and outdoor play, not only to help prevent obesity, but to help them grow and develop. In tonight's Health Watch, Cheryl Castro tells us about a new report that says preschoolers may be too sedentary.


6:00 Healthwatch: January 4, 2012

A healthy body means a healthy mind. According to a new report by a group of dutch researchers, there's some truth to that old adage.


5:00 Healthwatch: January 3, 2012

Winter is usually a tough time when it comes to fighting colds and influenza, but how can you tell the difference between flu symptoms and the common cold?


5:00 Healthwatch: December 30, 2011

We know indulging around the holidays can be bad for our waistlines, but did you also know it can be bad for your skin? Holiday treats and cold winter air are a bad combination and you might notice some changes in your skin.