Health Hotline: Healthy summer habits can lead to more energy for warm weather fu
By Dr. Less Riess
Summer arrives in the Northland and many of us are anxious to enjoy the longer days and warm weather. If you’re like most people, packing activity after activity into your days (and nights) can leave you feeling exhausted. Thankfully, there are a number of things you can do to boost your summer energy and get the most out of everything summer has to offer.
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