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Dr. Binks Blog

DrBinks.com Relaunch! Today!

Posted on March 9, 2021 by admin

DrBinks.com is live!

Number of Subway Restaurants Linked to Higher Obesity

Posted on May 13, 2013 by admin

In this 2011 study, the number of Subway restaurants was linked with higher obesity rates in 26 advanced economies – The study was published in Critical Public Health (De Vogli, Kouvonen & Gimeno, 2011). In my opinion, this is a fine example of why the myopic focus on the “evil” Sugar-Sweetened Beverage industry or “Big Food”

The rumor effect on science in media – False impressions of science through traditional media, social media, and pseudomedia

Posted on August 22, 2012 by admin

I typically have thought of writing this story when I see gross misrepresentations of the science reported in the media and further proliferated through social media and pseudomedia  (blogs). It reminds me of that game where you tell a secret and watch it grow as it is passed from person to person. Each adding their

Habit, addiction, and behavior change.

Posted on August 20, 2012 by admin

Changing hard-to-change behavior (habits) is among the greatest challenges we seem to face.  These days it seems we tend to call anything that is hard to change or does us harm an addiction. If you scan the popular press you might conclude that as a society we are ‘addicted’ to everything from love, to social

Dr Binks SELF HELP: How to Improve Your Sleep

Posted on April 30, 2012 by admin

In recent years we have become very aware that as a society we simply do not get enough good quality sleep. We have also found links to sleep difficulty and obesity, chronic pain and a number of other health conditions. On average we get around 5 to 7 hours per night. Not everyone needs 8