Healthy Eating

Starting The New Year Off Healthy

Many people plan to start a diet as a New Year’s resolution, but studies have shown that restrictive diets have high rates of failure. Reporter Chris Schulz spoke with registered dietician and WVU Extension specialist Gina Wood about more sustainable changes to have a larger impact on health in the long term.

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Food As Medicine: Teaching Young Doctors to Cook in an Effort to Improve Patient Nutrition

As part of an effort to change students' perspectives about using food as medicine, medical students at WVU Charleston took a cooking class yesterday.“One…

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