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September 3, 2013 10:30 AM | By Paige Greenfield
Do the next best thing

You know what you should do to look and feel your best, but you can't (or OK, don't) always follow through. Relax. We've got your second-string health strategies



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Staying healthy can feel like a constant battle between the ideal and the real: You have access to information that tells you what habits will keep you at your peak, but thanks to countless interferences--a fondness for late-night TV, a penchant for sky-high stilettos, or a nonstop schedule that leaves you panting like a breathless labradoodle--you fall down on the job of taking care of yourself. Not to worry. WH has come up with backup tactics that will reap you similar benefits. Just use sparingly!

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