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Provider groups applaud President Biden’s American Jobs Plan

Photo by Stefani Reynolds/Getty Images President Biden this week unveiled his latest initiative, the American Jobs Plan that includes more than $ 2 trillion in investments, including in healthcare and infrastructure that affects telehealth connectivity. The plan would spend $ 400 billion toward expanding access to home- or community-based care and improving the wages of… Read More »

American diabetes diet guidelines

Choose My Plate Choose My Plate replaces the retired USDA Food Pyramid figure 2, and contains general, simple guidelines for healthy eating using a small plate to visually illustrate american and portion control. Banting LectureAmericah the twin cycles of Type 2 diabetes. Fructans diet an indigestible fiber that has guidelines suggested to have a glucose-lowering… Read More »

The Coronavirus Impact on American Life, Part 2 – Our Mental Health

As the coronavirus pandemic’s curve of infected Americans ratchets up in the U.S., people are seeking comfort from listening to Dolly Parton’s bedtime stories, crushing on Dr. Anthony Fauci’s science-wrapped-with-empathy, and streaming the Tiger King on Netflix. These and other self-care tactics are taking hold in the U.S. as most people are “social distancing” or… Read More »

Is Nutrition Research Broken? An Interview with Taylor Wallace – Scientific American

My guest on today’s podcast is Dr. Taylor Wallace. Taylor is an Adjunct Professor in the Department of Nutrition and Food Studies at George Mason University and CEO at the Think Healthy Group, Inc. His research and work focus on how we can use diet as a tool to prevent chronic disease. In this interview,… Read More »