Myth Buster: 3 Facts About Vaccines
News media and social networks are buzzing with the debate over vaccines and the current measles outbreak out west. Blame and misinformation are everywhere. UR Medicine pediatric infectious disease specialist Dr. Geoffrey Weinberg helps dispel the myths.
There’s something that may surprise you in the ever-swelling tsunami of food and nutrition information: healthy eating can go overboard—and turn dangerous. It’s known as orthorexia: an unhealthy obsession with eating healthy food. UR Medicine registered dietitians Liz Carnes and Rachel Reeves share what you need to know about the relatively new condition.
10/27/2014 | 0 comments
A diet that lets you eat whatever you want half of the time to lose weight: Too good to be true? Maybe.UR Medicine registered dietitian Lisa Fischer weighs in on The Every-Other-Day Diet plan.
7/22/2014 | 2 comments
A variety of foods, including chocolate, can boost our health. Infusing some heart-smart foods into our daily diets is wise because it’s one of the most controllable factors that plays a role in heart health. Nutritionist Sarah Guilbert shares tips on making your heart-smart diet a fun and tasty task.
2/3/2014 | 0 comments
Much like the octane rating of the fuel we fill up with affects our vehicle’s performance, we know that what we choose to put into our bodies matters. Here we try to nail down an answer to a question many of us wonder: Are organic foods superior to conventional versions?
11/11/2013 | 1 comment
Halloween is an exciting time for many children—from toddlers to teens. Dressing up as a cherished character, a creepy creature, or a pretty princess and going trick-or-treating is a staple of the fall season. But what do you do when your child comes home with pounds of sweets?
10/18/2013 | 0 comments