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May 6, 2015
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  Prevention Plus

Beware of Bad Beauty Habits
What bad beauty habits do you have that might be damaging your skin? Cooper Clinic’s Dr. Helen Kaporis explains some of the most common beauty habits and how to break them.

  Fitness Files

Cycling 101: Tips and Tricks for Cyclists
Cycling offers a number of health benefits and is an excellent workout option. Learn more cycling tips and tricks from Cooper Fitness Center Indoor Cycling Instructor Marianna Clement.

  Nutrition Bites

Lettuce-Less Salads
Many salads that use protein, grain or fruit as a base can be high in calories. Simple ingredient swaps make for healthier options.

  Vitamin Aisle

Folic Acid: Fact or Fiction
A recent study has questioned the safety of taking folic acid as a supplement. Read on for the facts behind the importance of folic acid to a healthy lifestyle.

  What's New at Cooper

Dr. Cooper Advocates for FitnessGram
Dr. Kenneth H. Cooper advocated for The Cooper Institute's FitnessGram and student fitness at the April 21 Texas State Capitol Proclamation in Austin.

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10 Reasons to Send Your Kids to Camp

Cooper's Fit and Fun Summer Camps give kids a chance to learn, grow and develop—all while having fun and staying active! Read blog.


Indoor Cycling 101

Cooper Fitness Center Indoor Cycling Instructor Marianna Clement offers tips and tricks for getting the most out of your cycling class.


Tomatoes Roasted with Balsamic Basil Glaze
by Kathy Duran-Thal, Director of Nutrition, Cooper Healthy Living

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