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Originally written for The Washington Post, July 17, 2018 For something that’s been discussed as far back as Aristotle, there is still a lot that’s unknown about menopause. But new research is shedding light on how women can better manage this often-unsettling time in their lives. Although the average age for natural menopause (365 days without … Read more →
Originally written for The Washington Post, April 25, 2018 Recent Swedish research about diabetes could change how we think about the disease. The large, long-term study shows that individuals may be able to predict their risk of diabetes 20 years before it develops. Such advance warnings may help people prevent the disease altogether. The study, published … Read more →
Originally written for The Washington Post, April 2, 2018 When you’re trying to lose weight, it’s easy to assume that as the number on the scale goes down, other issues associated with weight will be resolved. For example, if weight gain was due to overeating, as it often is, it’s understandable to expect that hunger … Read more →