Lifestyle change as precision medicine – Harvard Health Blog

Are you frustrated that you dropped only a few pounds following a new diet, but your best friend lost almost 30? Why did the probiotics that helped your sister’s bloating sensation do nothing for you? Your coworker swears that going gluten-free made his joint pain disappear, but you just came away craving more bread and […]

Thomas Keller’s New Surfside Restaurant Makes its Grand Debut

It’s finally here — after years of anticipation, Thomas Keller’s restaurant, The Surf Club Restaurant by Chef Thomas Keller, has opened its doors to the public. Located in revamped The Surf Club property (9011 Collins Avenue) it features a nostalgic, American cuisine with plenty of Keller touches. Leading the kitchen is chef de cuisine Manuel […]

20 Healthy Preschool Snacks List » 100 Days of Real Food

This post is by Sally Kuzemchak, MS, RD, a registered dietitian, educator, and mom of two who blogs at Real Mom Nutrition. She is the author of The Snacktivist’s Handbook: How to Change the Junk Food Snack Culture at School, in Sports, and at Camp—and Raise Healthier Snackers at Home. She also collaborated with Cooking Light on Dinnertime […]

Loa loa: Parasitic eye worm inspired artist’s painting

British artist Ben Taylor created “The Host” after he realized that a parasitic worm had been living in one of his eyes. (Ben Taylor) by Kristine Phillips August 9 at 7:00 AM Email the author The painting was not an image of anything in particular, just an abstract confluence of psychedelic colors and wormlike patterns […]

Health Matters: Addressing health inequalities in the East Midlands

Health inequalities are a social justice issue, and the challenge of addressing them is core to public health practice. In England, people living in the least deprived areas of the country live around 20 years longer in good health than those living in the most deprived areas. Reducing health inequalities means giving everyone the same […]