Counting calories is a great strategy when trying to lose or maintain your weight, but the question is how high should you be counting?
Feeling hangry? Or eating out of boredom? Learn how your relationship with food can impact your attitude.
Meet Frankie and Jess, a local couple who for years struggled with their weight until they decided to do something about it. This is their story.
By Jocelyn Sherman, RD, LDN at Butler Hospital While recently browsing my social media newsfeed, I happened upon an NPR article titled, “Many Kids Who are Obese or Overweight Don’t Know It.” My immediate reaction was anger, just at the title alone. I thought, Of course, they don’t know it, they shouldn’t! Why should [...]
Maybe indulging in a plate of pasta covered in your favorite creamy sauce sends you to the bathroom for several hours of diarrhea; or the pain in your abdomen after you sink your teeth into a juicy steak. Learn the meaning behind these gut feelings.
Many of us want to change the way we think, feel, or behave and are overwhelmed on where to begin. Could CBT be the answer?
In some ways, the holidays can be difficult for everyone. What is supposed to be a time of lovely, warm celebrations often is fraught with stress. For couples and individuals coping with infertility, this pressure is often brought to a critical point. Learn how to keep your expectations reasonable, and practice self-compassion.
Maybe it seems like common sense – and there is a growing body of evidence to suggest that it's true – but people who regularly acknowledge thanks for the good things, events and people in their lives are generally happier. "Life can be hard, so when science tells us that grateful people cope better with [...]
Similar to credit card debt, sleeplessness doesn't take long to accumulate but takes a lot of time to pay yourself back. Stop the cycle and feel refreshed.
Structure is an important tool for Rae-Anne Culp and her son Jack when it comes to managing his severe Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD). “Jack does much better when he knows what is coming because of the set schedule,” Rae-Anne says. “Although he can’t really tell time, he’s getting better at [...]