June 2022View PDF Version
Fact vs. Fiction
Can you trust online health advice?
“10 ways to boost your metabolism.” “9 foods that lift your mood.” ”15 supplements to boost your immune system.” People love lists. So do websites eager to grab eyeballs. Only one problem: Much of the advice isn’t based on solid science. Here are some examples.
What's causing your back pain? Good question.
Peter's Memo: Our latest work on added sugar
How to steer clear of food poisoning this summer
What's hot in the healthier ice cream aisle?
We can't do it without you!
A snapshot of the latest research on diet, exercise, and more.
An exercise app for knee arthritis put to the test
Should you stop eating after 4 p.m. if you want to lose extra pounds?
Got PAD? Walking helps.
Does a healthy diet curb your risk of type 2 diabetes, even if your genetic risk is high?
The Healthy Cook's grilled skewers
No grill? You can sauté (sans skewers) this simplified version of Chicken Satay, a classic Southeast Asian grilled-meat dish, in a cast iron skillet over medium-high heat for 3-5 minutes. To make it easy to cut the raw chicken into strips, freeze for 15-20 minutes before cutting.
Levantine Chicken Kofta
Food Find, Food Fail, & Dish of the Month
dish of the month
Summer Strawberry Salad