Hi! I'm Robin Stoloff. It has been my personal and professional mission to help our community live a better life for more than 30 years. Join me every Sunday morning 9-11 am on Lite Rock 96.9 for Living Well with Robin Stoloff, empowering you to live a healthier life. Plus, catch my Health Updates all week long for tips on health, fitness, nutrition and more! I was the host and producer of the longest-running health series in New Jersey – the award-winning Health Update which aired on NBC 40 for almost 30 years. I am a certified fitness instructor, a former fitness competitor, and I have produced my own workout video on the beaches of Atlantic City called Rock Hard With Robin which I did to help encourage an active lifestyle. I also write a health column in the South Jersey magazine, New Jersey Lifestyle. Originally from the Philadelphia area, I have a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Communications from Villanova University, where I graduated cum laude. My personal and professional mission is to empower others with health information to help them live a longer, healthier life. I live in Atlantic County with my husband, attorney Richard Stoloff and our two children.
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Mondays are the least favorite day of the week for most people. Find out how you can actually hate Mondays less and enjoy your life more!
ACUA Free Earth Day Festival April 28
Don't miss the 29th Annual ACUA Earth Day Festival on Sunday, April 28, 2019 at the ACUA location in Egg Harbor Township. This free celebration is a great way to bring the family together for a fun-filled day of activities and learning. Enjoy a full schedule of events including music, food and…
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5 Tips for a “Hoppy” and Healthy Easter
Chocolate bunnies, marshmallow peeps, jelly beans, and a big festive holiday meal with all the trimmings, it is easy to overdo it on Easter. Here are 5 tips for a "hoppy" and healthy holiday!
How To Choose the Best Carbs
While they may get a bad rap, carbohydrates help regulate blood sugar and provide energy throughout our bodies. The key is eating the right kind of carbs. Here are a few tips to get you started.
Take Control Of This Habit Before It’s Too Late
Although alcohol is a legal substance, many Americans drink excessively, which can lead to health issues and be harmful to those around you. Take this short assessment quiz.
The Explosion of Vaping – What Parents Need to Know
Millions of high school and middle school kids are now vaping, which is the use of electronic cigarettes. If you are a parent of a teen, here is what you need to know.
Unique Local Program Combines Physical Therapy and Sport Conditioning (WATCH)
Integrity Physical Fitness and Wellness in Northfield and Golf Specific Fitness in Somers Point, team up to bring you a post-physical therapy program called The Bridge Program.
Autism Awareness Month – Fun and Friendship with Local Club for Kids on The Autistic Spect…
April is National Autism Awareness Month. People with Autism Spectrum Disorder or ASD tend to have challenges with social communication and interaction. This local organization can help.
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With longer days and the warmer weather, spring is the perfect time to think about our lifestyle and "spring" into better health! We have 6 healthy spring habits you can start today.
Weight Loss is Not in Your Belly, It’s In Your Mind: Six Strategies To Finally Do It
While we might think weight loss is all about what we put into our belly, it has more to do with what is in our mind. Emotions and habits play a big role and we need to identify obstacles. Here are six strategies to get our mind right.
The Special Relationship Between Your Heart and Brain and 8 Ways To Keep Them Healthy
Your heart and brain are connected. By keeping your heart and blood vessels healthy, you also lower your risk for heart disease, stroke and dementia. Here are 8 ways to keep them both healthy.