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  • Smarter Living: Keeping your wedding costs down

    Smarter Living: Keeping your wedding costs down

    Thursday, April 17 2014 5:00 AM EDT2014-04-17 09:00:28 GMT
    The dress, cake, flowers and invitations; when you add it all up, including the honeymoon, the average wedding costs almost $30,000.In this installment of 'Smarter Living' we will look at how to pull off your big day without breaking the bank.More >>
    The dress, cake, flowers and invitations; when you add it all up, including the honeymoon, the average wedding costs almost $30,000.In this installment of 'Smarter Living' we will look at how to pull off your big day without breaking the bank.More >>
  • Smarter Living: Free exercise classes in Raleigh

    Smarter Living: Free exercise classes in Raleigh

    Thursday, April 10 2014 10:25 AM EDT2014-04-10 14:25:14 GMT
    The weather has been ideal for exercising outside so far this spring. This month, fun fitness classes are being offered outside at City Plaza in Raleigh. It's called "Shape Up Downtown."More >>
    The weather has been ideal for exercising outside so far this spring. This month, fun fitness classes are being offered outside at City Plaza in Raleigh. It's called "Shape Up Downtown."More >>
  • Smarter Living: Tips for keeping your valuable jewelry safe

    Smarter Living: Tips for keeping your valuable jewelry safe

    Thursday, March 27 2014 9:07 AM EDT2014-03-27 13:07:38 GMT
    We insure our cars and our homes, but what about your jewelry? In this edition of “Smarter Living” we’ll look at why you should protect your investment and how jewelry appraisals work.More >>
    We insure our cars and our homes, but what about your jewelry? In this edition of “Smarter Living” we’ll look at why you should protect your investment and how jewelry appraisals work.More >>
  • Health with Dr. CampbellMore>>

  • Dr. Campbell: Can too much running be bad for your health?

    Dr. Campbell: Can too much running be bad for your health?

    Wednesday, April 16 2014 5:00 AM EDT2014-04-16 09:00:21 GMT
    Running regularly has long been linked to a host of health benefits including weight control, stress reduction and better blood pressure and cholesterol. However, recent research suggests there may a point of diminishing returns with running.A number of studies have suggested that a "moderate" running regimen -- a total of two to three hours per week, according to one expert -- appears best for longevity, refuting the typical "more is better" mantra for physical activity.The study, conducted ...More >>
    Running regularly has long been linked to a host of health benefits including weight control, stress reduction and better blood pressure and cholesterol. However, recent research suggests there may a point of diminishing returns with running.A number of studies have suggested that a "moderate" running regimen -- a total of two to three hours per week, according to one expert -- appears best for longevity, refuting the typical "more is better" mantra for physical activity.The study, conducted ...More >>
  • Dr. Campbell: The coast of childhood obesity

    Dr. Campbell: The coast of childhood obesity

    Wednesday, April 9 2014 9:50 AM EDT2014-04-09 13:50:32 GMT
    Obesity and obesity-related illness accounts for an enormous healthcare expenditure in the United States today–approaching $150 billion annually.More >>
    Obesity and obesity-related illness accounts for an enormous healthcare expenditure in the United States today–approaching $150 billion annually.
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  • Dr. Campbell: Is hitting the snooze button bad for your health?

    Dr. Campbell: Is hitting the snooze button bad for your health?

    Wednesday, April 9 2014 5:00 AM EDT2014-04-09 09:00:16 GMT
    Research in the last month has shown that hitting the snooze button can contribute to weight gain, obesity and obesity-related illnesses such as diabetes and heart disease.More >>
    Research in the last month has shown that hitting the snooze button can contribute to weight gain, obesity and obesity-related illnesses such as diabetes and heart disease.More >>
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