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.
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April 19 2014 - Yoga may help women suffering with PTSD symptoms....Playing religious music for Christian seniors may help them with mental health - study....Yogurt consumption may have a role in aging - study....People tend to think about their health early on in the week....Experts in medical community concerned about use of certain alternative therapies by MS patients including medical marijuana and stem cell therapies......Link between consumption of processed meat and risk of colon cancer.....Yesterday - British Medical Journal study suggests that 1 in 20 outpatients is misdiagnosed yearly.... Amputations and heart attack rates "way down" since 1990 in US in patients with diabetes....Radiation therapy for cervical cancer, may increase rates of colon cancer.....Ativan or Xanax use by COPD patients, may make symptoms worse......Moderate use of alcohol in women seems to correlate with lower rates of Rheumatoid Arthritis in women...."Horseplay" in cars by teens associated with more serious incidents, car crashes....Depression is an independent risk factor for worse outcomes post stroke....
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