Seven reasons why millennials love gardening (and you should, too) – Fairfaxtimes.com

The stereotype: Millennials spend more time interacting with the digital world than the natural world around them. The reality: Five million of the six million people who took up gardening in 2015 were millennials, according to the 2016 National Gardening Survey. More millennials (people between the … [Read more...]

Here's the truth about frozen vegetables' nutrition and freshness – Mic

There's no excuse for skipping out on fruits and veggies: The freezer aisle is full of 'em. Even if your favorite produce items are out of season, icy storage makes for freezing to fresh deliciousness almost as soon as you realize you're hungry. But you may be wondering, are those frozen veggies as … [Read more...]

Here's the truth about frozen vegetables' nutrition and freshness – Mic

There's no excuse for skipping out on fruits and veggies: The freezer aisle is full of 'em. Even if your favorite produce items are out of season, icy storage makes for freezing to fresh deliciousness almost as soon as you realize you're hungry. But you may be wondering, are those frozen veggies as … [Read more...]

Autism and addiction: UVU conference session addresses common problem – Daily Herald

The following is one of several articles published in April on autism as part of Autism Awareness Month. For anyone who is personally impacted by autism, it should come as no surprise that people on the spectrum are more susceptible to addictions, whether it’s with video games or pornography. … [Read more...]

The diet plan that works for EVERYONE: From office workers to menopausal women, newlyweds to fitness fanatics … – Daily Mail

Menopausal women need to eat more fats and go easy on grainsOffice workers should eat protein-rich snacks to keep cravings at bayShift workers should eat foods containing tryptophan to encourage serotonin, a calming chemical which encourages sleepHere, nutritionist Fiona Kirk reveals what to eat in … [Read more...]

Seven reasons why millennials love gardening (and you should, too) – Fairfaxtimes.com

The stereotype: Millennials spend more time interacting with the digital world than the natural world around them. The reality: Five million of the six million people who took up gardening in 2015 were millennials, according to the 2016 National Gardening Survey. More millennials (people between the … [Read more...]

Doctor remembered for caring contributions – McPherson Sentinel

"He went into medicine as he wanted to make a positive difference in people's lives and he felt medicine was the profession he could accomplish this the best in." By Patricia Middleton, Staff Writer A pioneer in the fields of nutrition and weight loss, Dr. George Blackburn died on Feb. 20 at the age … [Read more...]

Russell Wilson on His New Cleat, Misconceptions and the Best Singers of All Time – Bleacher Report

David Goldman/Associated Press Natalie WeinerStaff WriterMarch 27, 2017 When you think of Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson, a few adjectives probably come to mind: elusive, unflappable, earnest to a degree that occasionally prompts an unfair amount of flack from online critics. Menacing, … [Read more...]

Put your best fork forward – The Hillsdale Daily News

Whether you’re at the office or a restaurant, eating away from home doesn't have to undermine your healthful habits. To help find your healthy eating style during National Nutrition Month, Hillsdale Hospital and the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics encourages you to "Put Your Best Fork Forward" … [Read more...]

The NBA's Secret Addiction – ESPN

It was winter of 2013, and those in Dwight Howard's inner orbit begged the All-Star center to kick his addiction, but he denied he had one. Why, he'd dominated for years as the NBA's best big man, carrying the Magic to the Finals in 2009. Then came surgery on a herniated disk in April 2012, followed … [Read more...]