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Posted on March 12, 2013 by admin
Don’t get me wrong, it’s not that I think sugary beverages are a good nutrition choice or that they do not contribute to obesity. Nor am I in the camp that feels that any attempt at public policy to improve public health is an affront to all things democratic. However we do have to weigh
Posted on February 23, 2013 by admin
In recent days there has been a renewal of a longstanding debate about research integrity and financial conflicts of interest of scientists. In a perfect world we would all receive funding that was completely removed from potential bias. This is far from a perfect world. In our attempts to create the impression of objectivity it
Posted on February 4, 2013 by admin
Will the affordable care act really ‘improve’ healthcare quality? I am not so sure. After seeing just how poorly Medicare & Medicaid programs have done in improving quality of care, access to care, and in covering essentials like qualified providers for mental health and obesity for example; I am not optimistic. In the case of
Posted on December 2, 2012 by admin
The Holidays have arrived and Norman Rockwell-like family celebrations of joy, good cheer, gift giving and spectacular feasts and festivities are expected, right? At this time of celebration our expectations are often quite high and our responsibilities and schedules seem to grow exponentially. On top of all the normal day to day things like going
Posted on October 29, 2012 by admin
Many people use food to deal not only with stopping smoking, but also with cutting back on alcohol, coping with anxiety or depression, or more generally to cope with the stresses of daily life. This can certainly add to the number on the scale. However, most experts agree that a few pounds of weight gained