I was sitting and chatting with a journalist this past weekend. She’s hearteningly passionate about her work, and hers is a health beat. She wanted to know how she and the media as a whole might do better at helping the public adopt healthy habits in the name of improving obesity and other chronic diet and lifestyle responsive diseases.
I think my answer may have surprised her.
Kerry Washington rarely talks about her personal life in public, but the new mom couldn't help but comment on her baby bliss in a recent chat with fans.
I got a chance this morning to sit down with Secretary of Health and Human Services, Kathleen Sebelius, and chat one-on-one about the Affordable Care Act. You can read the whole post on BlogHer. But of course I wanted to talk to her...
What is better, diet or exercise?If you want to lose weight successfully, what is more helpful: eating right or working out more? You've probably asked yourself these questions on numerous occasions. It's a great battle between phys...
Yes, at some point, we all must take personal responsibility for what we do each day with our feet and our forks. But the choices any of us makes are subordinate to the choices we all have.