Studies have shown that stress can cause our bodies to hold onto unwanted fat. Martha Beck, Ph.D explains how the body responds to stress and how approaching a new dieting or fitness routine with a sense of relaxation and joy can lead to long term healthy living.
Celeb TV (Oct. 7, 2013) They call her the goddess of healthy eating, and with one look at Giata De Laurentiis, we know why. The gorgeous TV chef knows how to make smart food delicious and vice versa. In the latest issue of ... watch video
Cleveland Clinic (Feb. 25, 2015) Many Americans find heart-healthy eating to be a challenge. A registered dietician tags along with a grocery store shopper to help sort out and simplify endless product choices.
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Howdini (Apr. 30, 2013) Did you know that the age of onset for an eating disorder is younger than ever? Dr. Julie Ann discusses how a parent can avoid having their children develop eating ... watch video
AP (Sep. 18, 2013) At the University of New Hampshire, some students are thinking twice before filling up on fried food and other unhealthy options thanks to "The Wildcat Plate." It's a reminder about healthy eating ... watch video
FORA.tv (Mar. 10, 2013) Eating to Maintain the Healthy Function of the Body
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July 6, 2015 The newfound ability of a protein of the intestines and lungs to distinguish between human cells and the cells of bacterial invaders could underpin new strategies to fight infections. A new article ... read more
July 6, 2015 Providers of mental-health services still rely on intervention techniques such as physical restraint and confinement to control some psychiatric hospital patients, a practice that can cause harm to ... read more
July 6, 2015 Optogenetics techniques, which allow scientists to map and control nerve cells using light stimulation, are being used to study neural circuits in the brain with unprecedented precision. This ... read more
Sep. 6, 2011 A shocking 17 per cent of boys and 15 per cent of girls aged 2 to 15 years are obese in the UK, putting them at risk of serious, long-term health problems. Now a team of researchers is investigating ... read more
Nov. 30, 2010 Stressed-out mice with a history of dieting ate more high-fat foods than similarly stressed mice not previously on diets, according to a new study. The findings suggest that moderate diets change how ... read more