The way diets usually get talked about these days, simply asking a fundamental question like how to eat healthy can seem a little naive, slightly entry-level. It's easy to feel like you should be immediately considering something extreme, like intermittent fasting or counting macros, not simply pondering what's for dinner.
Our diets are sad—at least according to nutritionists. The standard Canadian diet is "void of fibre-rich whole foods such as fruits, vegetables, whole grains, nuts, seeds, and legumes," says Wesley McWhorter, RDN, a spokesperson for the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics.
This summer we will be reviewing some different summer safety topics. The first topic is boater safety. In the summer months boating is a very fun activity especially in the heat, but before you go boating this summer it is important to prepare.
“I'm extremely concerned about my parent's exposure level to COVID because their jobs required them to return back to work (chemical plant and elementary school teacher) and I'm concerned that if we get COVID, we'll be the percentage of people who are not healthy enough to survive it because we are overweight and I occasionally smoke cigarettes every few days (my husband smokes every day) ….”
Join us on April 22 for the 2021 Michael & Susan Dell Center Lectureship in Child Health! This year we are recognizing Anthony B. Iton, MD, JD, MPH for his continued work at the intersection of public health and social justice.
As Texas schools close for the spring session, and prepare for summer and fall, experts at the UTHealth School of Public Health will provide information on a statewide COVID-19 antibody study called Texas Cares.