Allie Shah

Allie Shah

Reporter | Features
Phone: 612-673-4488
Allie Shah writes about healthy living and wellness issues.

Recent content from Allie Shah

Telling partner to diet may trigger unhealthy eating habits

Pushing a loved one to diet may do more harm than good.

Updated: September 03, 2013, - 03:40 PM

Beyond body weight: 5 health numbers everyone should know

We hear them referenced all the time on TV and at the doctor. So why haven’t some of us memorized the five essential numbers that can reveal our true health?

Updated: September 03, 2013, - 02:49 PM

Plymouth fitness trainer wins national contest

Women’s Health magazine crowned Plymouth personal trainer Stacie Clark, 40, the winner of its months-long search for the ultimate fitness trainer to star in an upcoming DVD fitness series.

Updated: August 14, 2013, - 12:18 PM

A tireless search for a good night's sleep

With as many as 70 million Americans reporting trouble sleeping, health officials have redoubled efforts to unlock the mysteries of this essential bodily function.

Updated: August 10, 2013, - 07:23 PM

Homeless running group helps men reach their goals

Next Steps, a St. Paul running club for homeless people, aims to transform lives one step at a time.

Updated: August 05, 2013, - 11:23 PM

Body clock: Best times to eat, sleep and exercise

Want to maximize your health? Here are the best times to eat, sleep, exercise – and do everything else.

Updated: July 21, 2013, - 09:10 AM

The body clock-driven day

Getting our daily habits in sync with our natural body clock can help us live healthier. We culled advice from...

Updated: July 20, 2013, - 02:36 PM

How important is tummy time?

Placing sleeping babies on their backs has cut the SIDS rate in half, but are back-sleeping babies able to roll over properly? The answer, according to a new study, is yes.

Updated: July 03, 2013, - 02:21 PM

The new rules for sunscreen labels

Ready to cover up? A major overhaul of sunscreen labels is hitting store shelves.

Updated: July 01, 2013, - 03:50 PM

Cancer patients abandoning their beds and hitting the gym

A growing body of evidence supports the idea that sweating is better than resting after cancer. The workouts both restore energy drained from cancer treatments and, in some cases, help prevent the disease’s return.

Updated: June 10, 2013, - 11:19 PM

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