Lisanne was joined by Cheryl Criss with tips on a favorite family dessert and then Nautilus' Jimmy Rosser shared some exercises you can do on your lunch break. Again, small changes equal big results!
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By Cari Nierenberg, Contributing writer Published: 12/10/2013 08:07 AM EST on LiveScience States with lower rates of binge drinking have stronger policies toward alcohol, a new study suggests. This is the first study to relate alcohol policies within each U.S. state to the levels and likelihood of binge drinking in adults. "We found that states with stronger and more effective alcohol policies had less binge drinking than states with weaker alcohol policies," said study researcher Dr. ...