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In our upcoming podcast, we speak with Dr. Heather Eicher-Miller about disordered eating and the causes that lead to it. Food insecurity, a lack of
Nearly half of American adults have high blood pressure (Physiology.org). High blood pressure is known as a silent killer, as there are no obvious symptoms.
Both type 1 and type 2 diabetes are major health concerns in today’s society. And minorities are a known high-risk population for diabetes. So, not
What is Physical Therapy? A common misconception of physical therapy is that it is only beneficial for people who are injured. However, physical therapy can
Understanding the contributing factors of childhood obesity is important in helping prevent children from becoming obese. Although not all of the factors that contribute to
After the Covid-19 pandemic, 2020 and 2021 have become dynamic years for the United States healthcare policy. However, the number of uninsured of Americans is
To celebrate food positivity among diverse cultures, one should bear in mind the culturally relevant foods when talking about food with friends and family. Embracing
Have you ever felt guilty or ashamed when consuming certain foods? Do you usually perceive food as healthy or unhealthy? These feelings towards food can
Eating healthy during the holidays can be quite a challenge. Holiday seasons are usually characterized by social gatherings, often surrounded by delicious foods that are
In our last blog, Why Prioritizing Minority Health is a Smart Business Move, we discussed how addressing diabetes and chronic illness is critical for minority
Investing in the health of your employees is an investment in your business. Maintaining a healthy workforce plays an important part in allowing businesses to