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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September 30, 2014 - Today's News - Americans more depressed now than their 1980's counterparts...CDC investigating the cluster of neurological paralysis cases in Colorado's child population.....American Academy of Neurology warns against use of opioid in non-cancer pain conditions....Spouses personality may affect career success.....Repeated antibiotic use in children under age two may nudge obesity risk later on.....First Ebola illness in US diagnosed in man who recently traveled to Liberia.....New study showcases reversal of Alzheimer's disease for the first time....Yesterday's News - Walking is a "biological" like eating ......Use of antibiotics in infancy may be linked to obesity in childhood......After-school exercise can boost brain power......Scientists may be able to detect pancreatic cancer earlier, leading to early detection screening possibilities.....US government to spend $31 million to get Americans to "eat healthier".....-
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