I started planning to write for a different piece of paper – one year after intervention after people who had spent the past year of…View More 2 Intermittent Lent Study Reports Nothing Better or Worse than a Terribly Restrictive Diet
Published this week in the International Journal of Obesity is The Daily Mile's Effectiveness and Cost-Effectiveness for Early Childhood Outcomes and Well-Being: A Randomized Controlled…View More Study Published Stating that Daily Mile Does Not Improve Childhood Obesity Speaks of Weight-Loss Risks for Exercise
There is no denying the hype about the germ with the buzz that suggests it is integral to anything and everything – from our immune…View More If the Microbiological is as important as we are led to believe it is not all the more reason not to charge your own?
Instead of calling the particular paper that led to this blog post (I also don't want to add to its Altmetrics), just a question. If…View More Should statistically significant but clinically meaningless results be reported as significant?
Denial of responsibility Any medical discussion on this site is for general purposes only. This page is not designed to provide specific medical advice. If…View More Black Medical Academics, Brittany Ran a Marathon, and Positive Positivity
Taxes work to reduce the market, and the higher the tax, the greater their impact. Period. That's why I always find it weird when people…View More Reforming products means that taxes on sugar work even if people don't buy less as a consequence
So last week saw the Canadian launch of cereal timbits and as evidenced by the number of people sending press releases about it, not everyone…View More The Canadian donuts chain is throwing donuts with flavored cereals and people are angry. Because I think there are better things (and worse for cereals) to be angry about.
Back in 2012, I wondered aloud about setting up a grading system for eating enjoyment. He blogged sometimes here and there, and fortunately, a wonderful…View More How much do you like your diet? Given the attachment that probably depends on fun, our recent work has been determined to quantify this
As was my tradition, in December I restore old favorites from years. This year we will look back at 2016. Over the last 50 years…View More Teachers, stop teaching kids to reward everything and everything with junk food and candy!
As was my tradition, in December I restore old favorites from years. This year we will look back at 2016. Yes, I know there will…View More It is more important to teach your children to cook than to play football