Stay Healthy on the Go
How to make nutritious eating choices—and fit in exercise—when you’re strapped for time and on the move.
Walk This Way
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Twenty scenic walks take you past some of the best sights these cities have to offer—and they give you a workout to boot.
The Benefits of Walking
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Who doesn’t love a picnic? But unpacking your basket and realizing you forgot an essential―not so much. Use this checklist to make sure you’ve got it all.
- Casual foods, preferably sandwiches or other things you can eat without utensils. Avoid foods with mayonnaise. Pack everything in lightweight, resealable containers.
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- Ice pack or bags of ice. Food can spoil and harbor bacteria when not stored at the right temperature. Keep everything cold with refreezable ice packs, or fill a couple of resealable bags with ice cubes: They’ll chill food as it’s transported. Add ice cubes to drinks during the picnic. Empty out whatever remains before you go, for a lighter trip home.
- Drinks. Bring an assortment of kid-friendly and adult beverages, such as bottled water and juice.