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Recovery Defined. Professionals in the behavioral health field have discussed these two terms for decades. They debate such questions as “What does it mean to be fully recovered?” and “Can ... Read More »
If weight loss is your goal in 2012, you'll probably find yourself eating more fresh salads. Besides being nutritious, salads help us feel fuller without being dense in calories. Incorporating ... Read More »
Cancer is one of the most fear inducing words in our culture; and it is the number one disease American’s wish to avoid, according to on-line surveys. While cancer research has yet to find the ... Read More »
That the earth is flat was an idea whose time came—and went! Copernicus and Galileo argued otherwise in the 16th and 17th centuries, and their ideas eventually prevailed. Yet in the 21st century, ... Read More »
Paula Deen’s show and cookbooks are heavily laden with fat, rich cream, bacon, meats, and cheesy pastas. Should we be surprised that she has adult onset diabetes? No. Should we feel weird that she ... Read More »
Ulcerative Colitis and Crohn’s more common in women living in the Northern parts of the United States…is it lack of Sun? Who knew that geography would be important in inflammatory bowel ... Read More »
Well, you can’t blame them for trying. A general theme I like to live by is “moderation is the way to go.” You swing the pendulum too far in one direction and you shouldn’t be too surprised ... Read More »
One of my neighbors, Richard Scammell, is a wonderful cook. Even though Richard does not cook for a living, I consider him a chef. Cooking is Richard's hobby, but when it comes to food preparation, ... Read More »
Our brains may be one of the last frontiers for explorers of human physiology. The past few years have seen remarkable breakthroughs in understanding how the brain works. New discoveries in the field ... Read More »
Breastfeeding is good for you and your baby. It hasn’t always been en vogue, though. While years of research have proven the many benefits of breast milk, when I was an infant, it was more ... Read More »

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