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A recent finding of the Women’s Health Initiative was not good for low-fat diets, and may give more fuel to the idea that low-carb is more important than low-fat. According to the study, a low ... Read More »
Organic produce, dairy, and meats often cost twice as much as conventionally grown products. They are expensive and those of us buying organic should wonder: are they more nutritious, safer, or ... Read More »
On Aug. 16, seven-time Tour de France–winning cyclist Lance Armstrong announced he was giving up his fight against doping charges leveled by the USADA ... Read More »
Are you ready? I’m not sure I am. As the checklists for back-to-school readiness are completed I am trying hard to savor every last drop of summer break. There is something magical about a lack of ... Read More »
Scientists at Rutgers University set-out several years ago to specifically disprove any claim that organic produce was more nutritious than non-organic produce. The study used commercially grown ... Read More »
It’s not unusual for certain misunderstandings to surround any organization or group. The following are a few commonly held myths about 12 step groups:
1. Members are told that they ... Read More »
I admit it. This blog is really about me poking a little bit at a research study to be published in next month’s issue of Pediatrics. And I’m purposely trying to keep things light ... Read More »
A great deal of emphasis has been place on the importance of the family meal. Everything from child depression, to adolescent substance abuse and delinquency, has somehow been associated with the ... Read More »
My daughter’s elementary school recently brought in a speaker to discuss body image with the female students and to encourage positive attitudes around appearance. Apparently there have been some ... Read More »
As my patient population gets a bit older, I find myself more often discussing with my older teenagers the importance of taking care of themselves as they move on in their lives. One day, their ... Read More »

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