ABOUT AMY HENDEL
Amy Hendel is a popular and recognizable medical and lifestyle reporter, nutritionist, Health Coach, health host, brand ambassador and health media consultant. She is author of The 4 Habits of Healthy Families and Fat Families Thin Families. She can be seen hosting What's for Lunch, Food Rescue, and Simple Smoothies online, and as a guest expert on shows that include Today, The Early Show, Marie, Access Hollywood Live, The 700 Club, and other news and talk shows nationwide. Amy has helped to frame a number of health campaigns, hosting for companies including Kraft, Nutrilite, Dial, 3M, Pfizer, NBC, Florida Orange Juice, and United Soybean Board......(read more)
March 29, 2017 - Wednesday Health News - A regular tea habit could stave off cognitive decline (MNT)....Vitamin D, calcium appear to have no effect on cancer risk (MNT)..... Severe psoriasis more of a man's disease (MNT).... If over age 60 - cut down on bathroom visits that disrupt sleep by reducing salt in your diet (MNT)....Tuesday Health News - Coffee consumption on the rise in U.S. (SpecialtyFoodNews)......Spinach leaves have been turned into heart tissue in the lab (TIME)........There appear to be 79 genetic obesity syndromes (distinct) according to LiveScience..... Tree nut allergies over-diagnosed (MedPageToday)......Vitamins may be a tool in treating cystic fibrosis (ScienceDaily)..... Monday Health News - Is there a Plan B for Obamacare? (MedPageToday).....A "little" vigorous exercise may boost kids' cardiometabolic health (ScienceDaily)..... Survivors of childhood brain tumors may have increased body fat (ScienceDaily).....Most remaining smokers in U.S. have lower socio-economic status (ScienceRDaily).....Obesity in late teen years associated with uptick in liver cancer risk (MedPageToday).....Blood fat levels an indicator of kids' diet quality and disease risk (FoodNavigator).....Small doses of vigorous exercise may help to boost kids' cardio-metabolic health (Newswise).....Rare genetic form of obesity more prevalent, diverse than previously thought (Newswise).....Obese people appear to have a lower threshold for pain (Newswise).....Early infant weight gain could lead to obesity in adulthood (Newswise).....Higher pre-pregnancy BMI linked to excess weight gain (Newswise)..... .Check out these blogs: Ten Healthy Foods That Are Making You Fat, Is Lack of Sleep Pushing You to Feed on Fat?, Conquer the Chaos and Conquer the Weight.....
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