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  • Author Jodi Picoult on balance, exercise, kids and elephants

    Author Jodi Picoult on balance, exercise, kids and elephants

    Bestselling author Jodi Picoult, in her more than 20 novels, explores emotionally charged topics. In her latest book, "Leaving Time," a girl searches for her missing mother, a prominent expert who documents how elephants grieve. For the story, Picoult, 48, went to an elephant sanctuary in Tennessee...

  • Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand exercises some ideas about health

    Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand exercises some ideas about health

    When it comes to kids and food, Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand is pragmatic: "Give kids a choice between French fries and green beans, they're going to pick French fries because they're delicious." Last summer, the junior senator from New York and mom to two young boys spoke about the need for more healthful...

  • Fitness expert Jennifer Cohen swaps 'skinny' ideal for stronger one

    Fitness expert Jennifer Cohen swaps 'skinny' ideal for stronger one

    Skinny? That's so 2014. We asked Los Angeles fitness expert Jennifer Cohen about her predictions for health and fitness. The author of "Strong Is the New Skinny" says savvy women, especially savvy younger women, are ditching extreme diets and endless cardio sessions. "Society has done a real number...

  • For Kayla Harrison, sacrifices paid off with judo gold

    For Kayla Harrison, sacrifices paid off with judo gold

    When that Olympic gold medal for judo is hung around your neck, you know you're the best in the world. Sometimes Kayla Harrison, 24, hated the endless training, missing movie nights and even the prom, but having the ability to visualize her success coupled with a clear objective to be the champion...

  • Angels' Mike Trout stays one of baseball's best the old way: lots of work

    Angels' Mike Trout stays one of baseball's best the old way: lots of work

    In the old days, baseball players were famous for partying in the off-season, arriving at spring training 30 pounds overweight and playing themselves into shape. Not today. Superstars like Los Angeles Angels center fielder Mike Trout, a three-time All-Star named the American League's most valuable...

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