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As the saying goes, “age is just a number.” So true! Because when it comes to your health, your calendar age doesn’t mean as much as your RealAge® – the biological age of your ... Read More »
Recovery is a journey. It starts, but doesn’t end the moment an individual enters residential or inpatient treatment. Actually, most people do a lot of important recovery work even before coming to ... Read More »
With summer beginning to slow down and everyone trying to get into the office for a back-to-school well-child-care exam (AKA physical), I am finding so many parents unsure on how best to approach the ... Read More »
During the course of my well-child-care visits (AKA physicals), I often bring up the topic of portion control with patients (pending their age if appropriate) and their parents/caregivers. And often ... Read More »
Do you fly off the handle for “no reason”? Have you been accused of being “hot-headed”? When the emotional intensity of your behavior doesn’t match the situation at hand, you are ... Read More »
Struggles with body image seem to be the focus of many studies. With the rise in eating disorders, and the dangers they present, much care has been taken to help young adults reframe their idea of ... Read More »
Okay, so you’ve heard all the weight loss myths in my last article. Now, here are 8 facts about obesity and weight loss that are supported by research and evidence:
1. Providing ... Read More »
If you want to boost your brain power, put down your fork. According to a December, 2011 research study published in National Academy of Sciences Journal, there is a link between “energy ... Read More »
If a stranger asked you the question “Who are you?” How would you respond? How do you define yourself? What would you say if the stranger asked you to describe your likes and dislikes? Most of ... Read More »
It’s 2013. Another New Year is upon us: 12 months, 365 days. Right now, people across our country are embarking on the age-old tradition of making a New Year’s resolution. Friends and family ... Read More »

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