Many people consider addiction to be a problem of personal weakness, initiated for self-gratification and continued because of an unwillingness or lack of sufficient willpower to stop. However, within the medical and scientific communities, the notion.
tracked the health of dieters over twenty years, and in this groundbreaking book, he critiques the carbohydrate-laden diet proposed by the USDA. Exposing the problems of popular diets such as the Zone, South Beach, and Atkins, Dr. Willett offers eye.
The bestselling guide to healthy eating, debunking dietary ... has led the Department of Nutrition at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health for twenty-five years and is Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School. A world-renowned researcher.
and exercise your shoulders two or three times per week for the long term," Devaney says. For more information about strengthening your joints, check out the Harvard Special Health Report The Joint Pain Relief Workout at www. health . harvard .edu/JPRW.
We've all heard it before: to be as healthy as you can be, choose a healthy diet . And while that's easier said than done, the impact of improving your diet may be large. That's according to a recent study that estimated the impact of dietary.
does or doesn't do should be viewed with a certain amount of caution. This holds equally true for the risks as well as the benefits," says Dr. Kenneth Mukamal, associate professor of medicine at Harvard -affiliated Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center.
at a computer or smartphone screen. "It's most prevalent with computers, and typically occurs when looking at a screen at arm's length or closer," says Dr. Matthew Gardiner, an ophthalmologist with Harvard -affiliated Massachusetts Eye and Ear.
The bestselling guide to healthy eating, debunking dietary myths ... is the Chairman of the Department of Nutrition at the Harvard School of Public Health and a Professor of Medicine at the Harvard Medical School. A world-renowned researcher, he was.
Can you think of something you do that's nearly irresistible, widely popular, but a bad idea that's based on a health myth? That's right, I'm talking about inserting cotton-tipped swabs into your ears. According to recently released guidelines from the.
Just as there is no magic pill to prevent cognitive decline, no single food can ensure a sharp brain as you age. Nutritionists ... and brain. For more on staying sharp as you age, read Cognitive Fitness, a Special Health Report from Harvard Medical School.
quot;We're now realizing that HDL appears to be a marker for other factors that raise or lower the risk of a heart attack," says Dr. Christopher Cannon, professor of medicine at Harvard Medical School and a cardiologist at Brigham and Women's Hospital.
Willett WC. Eat, drink, and be healthy: the Harvard Medical School guide to healthy eating. New York, NY: Simon and Schuster, 2001. 2. Food and Nutrition Information Center, National Agricultural Library, US Department of Agriculture. The Food Guide Pyramid.
This issue of the Journal concludes Volume 154, in which a new format for the Book Reviews section was initiated. Each issue of the Journal now contains a review of a book relevant to the field and a brief editorial note. The editorial note is not.