Did you know that there are 4 critical nutrients for bone health?
About 40% of Americans never sleep the recommended seven to nine hours, according to the National Sleep Foundation (NSF). But skimping on sleep can contribute to a host of problems. In addition to affecting your personal health, sleep is crucial for the health of your job. Here is how sleeping more can help!
February 2nd, 2018 is the American Heart Association's 'National Wear Red Day'! Medical Weight Loss Clinic encourages our patients to join us by participating in 'National Wear Red Day', to promote education about heart disease, stroke, and living a healthy lifestyle.
February is ‘American Heart Month‘, which focuses on educating individuals about heart disease and stroke, what the risk factors are, and how to prevent these conditions.
Cinnamon is more than just a popular spice added to many foods and drinks. Recent research from the University of Michigan indicates that cinnamon may have small weight loss benefits. Learn more here.
November is 'National Diabetes Awareness Month'. What is Type 2 Diabetes? What are the risk factors and how can it be prevented?
Forbes Magazine reports that according to troubling new findings from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, nearly 4 in 10 U.S. adults have a body mass index classifying them as obese.
October is Blindness Awareness Month. What does that have to do with Diabetes? A lot actually – according to the American Diabetes Association, diabetes is the leading cause of vision loss and blindness among adults in the U.S.
The American Institute for Cancer Research estimates that 33% of breast cancers in the U.S. never have to happen.
Obesity and Cancer - What's the Link? Achieving a healthy body weight is one of the most important things you can do to prevent cancer.
Nearly 1 in 3 Michigan children are overweight or obese. Implementing healthier habits earlier in life can ensure your child’s body is functioning properly while lowering risk of chronic conditions, and they are also more likely to make better choices as they get older.