Most people have probably heard the term “publish or perish” as it’s applied to academic research. Continue reading
When is a sandwich not a sandwich? Continue reading
It’s been awhile between posts, but I thought the article below was a great one to share. Continue reading
A few choice words are used often to describe obesity and the trends observed over the past few decades. Continue reading
A number of articles in the popular press (as well as academic journals) have reported consistently that vaccines do not cause autism. While this myth is one of the most common making the rounds currently, the fields of nutrition, fitness, and weight management are jam-packed full of myths that are debunked when scrutinized.
If our pediatric clinic is like most others, visits between families and clinicians can be adventurous.
On a day-to-day basis, most of the research we do relates to managing and preventing obesity in children. However, a number of years ago, one of my mentors gave me advice to ‘branch out’ a bit to develop additional research interests and projects, especially ones that were complementary to the studies I spent most of my time on. Continue reading
Over recent years, there’s been growing interest in taxing sugar-sweetened beverages (SSBs) as a means to improve public health. Continue reading
If you ask, most researchers will recall vividly that point in time (and the excitement!) when they learned that their first manuscript was accepted for publication. Yesterday, we learned that… Continue reading
An exciting title and eye-grabbing results are what media often use to highlight the latest-and-greatest research study, especially when it comes to health and nutrition. However… Continue reading