Nutrition & Fitness


Roundup: High or Low BMIs are Unhealthy,...

Both Too High or Too Low BMI Levels Linked to Early Death From Range of Diseases, New Research Finds A higher risk of heart disease...

November 2, 2018 / 4 min read


Roundup: Adult Flu Vaccinations Decline; Oral Hygiene...

CDC: Last Season’s Adult Flu Vaccination Rate Was Lowest in Years Just over 37 percent of U.S. adults got their flu shot during the 2017–18...

October 26, 2018 / 4 min read


Can Diabetics Benefit from Planned Intermittent Fasting?

With a still-strong obesity epidemic, cases of type 2 diabetes are increasingly being diagnosed in children, teens, and young adults — although the chronic disease...

October 25, 2018 / 3 min read


Some Dietary Supplements Are Tainted With Drugs,...

Potentially harmful drugs are being identified in commonly sold over-the-counter dietary supplements that are being marketed to treat a range of health issues — including...

October 16, 2018 / 2 min read


U.S. Guidelines Urge More ‘Behavior’ Counseling for...

If your body mass index (BMI) is over 30, which qualifies as obese, you should also get a referral to an intensive weight-loss and exercise...

September 24, 2018 / 2 min read


Miami Dolphins Team Physicians Keep Players Healthy...

For nearly 20 years, the Miami Dolphins have turned to orthopedic surgeon and team Medical Director, John Uribe, M.D., to keep them healthy and ready...

September 21, 2018 / 2 min read


Why Do Muscles Get Sore Several Hours...

If you have ever exercised, then chances are you have experienced “delayed onset muscle soreness,” or DOMS. DOMS is a phenomenon that describes muscle discomfort...

September 6, 2018 / 2 min read


Back-to-School Nutrition: Start With a Healthy Breakfast

Summer is over and school is in session. For parents, this means getting packed lunches ready every morning or relying on school cafeterias to provide...

August 20, 2018 / 3 min read


Supplements & Multivitamins: What You Need to...

Some people take a multivitamin or other supplement as a nutritional “insurance.” However, food should always be the first source of your vitamin and mineral...

August 6, 2018 / 2 min read