Tips to Help Set Realistic Nutrition Goals for the Holidays

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The holidays can be a very exciting and joyous times, but they can also be filled with busy schedules and stress. Food and beverages are everywhere - we see treats, sweets, and special foods around every corner. So let’s come up with a plan to stay healthy during these temptations.

Learn the Facts about the Ebola virus

By Brandon Webb, MD
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News media around the world are talking about Ebola exposure and transmission of the disease from person to person. While this disease is very serious and has a high mortality rate, not all of the information being reported about how the Ebola virus is spread is correct. Knowing the facts is important to understand issues regarding the current outbreak, and focus attention on good hygiene practices that offer help prevent the spread of all germs, foreign and domestic alike.

How can I eat healthier at home?

By Kary Woodruff
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As a dietitian I get asked a lot of questions about what people should eat or not eat. I often get asked about certain fad diets to know if they really work. With National Eating Healthy Day tomorrow (Nov. 5, 2014), I wanted to take a few minutes and provide answers to the five most common questions I get asked by patients, friends and family. 

How to Cope with Sleep Disruptions Now that Daylight Savings is Over

By Richard Nash
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The time change can really mess with our body clocks. The adjustment can leave us feeling sluggish and tired, and many of us feel the effects of the time change for two to four weeks while our bodies adjust. Here are a few tips to help you cope with the time change.