What you can do: Order off the light menu, be picky about what you want, and realize that sharing might not help.
What you can do: Set Internet-use time limits, move around while you watch TV, and for weight loss, aim for 250 minutes of exercise per week.
What you can do: Find a certified acupuncturist to treat medical conditions that you can't lick with the usual treatments.
What you can do: Cut back on sugar-sweetened drinks altogether, and choose filtered tap water, coffee, tea, or other naturally low-calorie beverages.
What you can do: Eat fresh vegetables and homemade soups, reheat your food in glass, and tell your congressman to regulate plastic chemicals.
What you can do: Check out our favorite tips for shopping, cooking, and eating healthy on a budget.
What you can do: If you're living large, check the airline seating policy and run the numbers before your flight.
What you can do: Go with the two-at-a-time rule, and eat oatmeal for breakfast if a big holiday feast is scheduled for that day.
What you can do: Calculate your BMI and see how it measures up to new proposed obesity definitions.
What you can do: Talk to your healthcare professional about birth control effectiveness and which options are most likely to work for you.