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In our Jan/Feb issue, actress Connie Britton talks about being a single mom, staying healthy, and her work with cancer organizations. Plus we have articles about breaking your pet's bad habits, why yoga is great for cross-training, and heart health, as well as a Q&A with actor Kevin Hart. Enjoy!
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