Welcoming the New Year - A Time to Pause
Created on 12/31/2013
2014 - wow!
A New Year is dawning and it is filled with promise.
As we begin the New Year it is worthwhile to consider the value of pause - taking time to reflect on days past and days to come.
Ringing in the New Year with parties and laughter is great -
and it might be a good idea to set aside a little time just for your self, too.
A New Way to Stop Smoking
Created on 12/27/2013
If you smoke, your doctor / family members / friends have all likely asked that you quit.
There's no debate over whether or not you'd be healthier if you did quit.
But quitting can be hard. In fact, sometimes it's really hard.
But it can be done. And a recent study suggests that meditation can help.
Trans Fat - It May Be Banned
Created on 12/20/2013
Partially hydrogenated oils...
Stuff that you probably don't want to see in the foods you eat.
In fact, stuff you really don't want to eat!
And the FDA may be making that easier for us in the coming months - soon trans fat may be banned from foods.
To Lose Weight - Alternate!
Created on 12/13/2013
If only losing weight (healthily) could be made more easy...
Maybe it can.
There has been growing interest in alternate day fasting - eat what you like one day, then fast the next.
I'm not crazy about this idea - it seems extreme, and food is one of the great pleasures in life.
But there is a way to modify the fast day to make the approach reasonable.
Does Everyone Need A Statin?
Created on 12/6/2013
New guidelines for the management of blood cholesterol were released last month.
According to the guidelines, nearly 50 million adults between the ages of
40-79 could benefit from taking statin drugs.
Almost 50 million people - just in the US!
Can it be that human beings have evolved to where statins are necessary for good health?
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