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Prediabetes: Can You Control What Comes Next?

Prediabetes: Can You Control What Comes Next?

Managing diabetes is a daily routine for about 30 million Americans. But upwards of three times that number of adults have prediabetes—blood sugar levels higher than they should be. UR Medicine endocrinologist Dr. Steven Wittlin explains prediabetes, the risks it poses, and how you might prevent it from progressing into Type 2 diabetes.

Healthy Twists for Your Traditional Irish Table

Healthy Twists for Your Traditional Irish Table

If you love traditions but want to avoid the nutrition pitfalls of typical St. Patrick’s Day fare, Dr. Erin Campbell of the UR Program for Nutrition in Medicine offers some tasty, plant-based options to try.

Food Guidelines: A Closer Look at Sugar, Salt and Saturated Fat

Food Guidelines: A Closer Look at Sugar, Salt and Saturated Fat

The FDA's recently released dietary guidelines suggest eating more vegetables, fruits and whole grains while reducing sugar, salt and saturated fat. Joanna Lipp, a registered dietitian with UR Medicine’s Wilmot Cancer Institute, helps decipher the percentages in these recommendations and what they mean for your everyday diet.

Eating Disorders: 5 Warning Signs

Eating Disorders: 5 Warning Signs

Whether or not you realize it, there’s a good chance you know someone who has an eating disorder. People who develop them often experience anxiety, low self-esteem and a level of perfectionism that makes them very hard on themselves. UR Medicine eating disorder expert Mary Tantillo explains some warning signs and what to do if you spot them in someone you love.  

New Food Guidelines: A Dietitian’s Take

New Food Guidelines: A Dietitian’s Take

New dietary guidelines recently released by the Food and Drug Administration urge us to eat more vegetables, fruits and whole grains, and less sodium, sugar and saturated fat. Registered dietitian Joanna Lipp, of UR Medicine’s Wilmot Cancer Institute, shares her thoughts on these recommendations.