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| The UAMS Culinary Medicine Kitchen offers Team UAMS members like Dees Davis, RN, an opportunity to eat
Dieting can be hard, but if you make healthy eating a part of your daily routine, you won’t feel like you’re giving up much of anything.
World Health Day is April 7, sponsored by the World Health Organization (WHO), and while it is geared more toward environmental health and
John Isner is competing at home this week at the Dallas Open, which is being held at the Styslinger/Altec Tennis Complex on the campus of Southern Methodist University.
The American, who is into the quarter-finals, lives within walking distance of the venue. A food aficionado, he is certainly familiar with
The increasing emphasis on the promotion of health and wellness activities and programs, surging incidences of chronic diseases, stress, and other adverse health conditions, and rising number of new product launches in the market are some of the major factors propelling the market growth. However, factors such as frequent product
Getting kids to form healthy eating habits is no easy task. But why? Have you ever wondered what causes kids (and some adults) to turn up their noses when served leafy greens? Science says it could have a lot to do with how people are taught to nourish