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newswise.com — “Children fed healthy diets in early age may have a slightly higher IQ, while those on heavier junk food diets may have a slightly reduced IQ, according to new research from the University of Adelaide.” View full resource at newswise.com
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mealsmatter.org — “Don't throw fun out the window if your child's school starts requiring healthy classroom snacks and party foods. With a little creativity and lots of food groups, you can provide fun snacks that are healthy too.” View full resource at mealsmatter.org
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thehealthyhomeeconomist.com — “By Mary Lynch, Kindergarten Teacher I am writing to share with you a few of the amazing changes we have seen in our family since we started changing our diets and learning the truth about what is and is not” View full resource at thehealthyhomeeconomist.com
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Protecting Your Teens from Chemical Highs | Dr. Katalenas' Tips & Resources for Happy Healthy Children
drkatalenas.com — “Teens are increasingly using common house-hold products and synthetic marijuana to get high resulting in an alarming increase in emergency room visits and the spread of concern among community leaders.” View full resource at drkatalenas.com
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blogs.webmd.com — “Being a parent may be the most rewarding experience in the world, but it’s also a challenge. WebMD’s experts talk about the job of raising physically and mentally healthy kids.” View full resource at blogs.webmd.com
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livestrong.com — “Recovery Snacks For Teen Swimmers. Healthy snacks are particularly important for teen swimmers, who need fuel for growing muscles and bones as well as sports performance. A good recovery snack provides calories, pro...” View full resource at livestrong.com
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blog.foodnetwork.com — “Even some so-called “healthy” cereals seem good for you but are fall of sugar and few nutritional benefits. Whether you have a bowl for breakfast or munch on some for a snack, here are tips for picking the best cereals.” View full resource at blog.foodnetwork.com
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today.msnbc.msn.com — “Despite promises from fast-food chains to change the way they market their meals to children, kids now see more ads for fast food than ever, researchers say.” View full resource at today.msnbc.msn.com
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eurekalert.org — “Like their healthy peers, children with disabilities may spend too much time in front of a video screen. For children with cerebral palsy (CP), this leads to an even greater risk of being overweight or developing health issues such as diabetes or musculoskeletal disorders. Scientists have found that video games such as Nintendo's Wii offer an enjoyable opportunity to promote light to moderate physical activity in children with CP, and may have a role to play in rehabilitation therapy.” View full resource at eurekalert.org
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huffingtonpost.com — “A remarkable 94-year old whose energy level never wanes, Mom gets up at 5 am. By 5:30 am, she's had coffee and toast, and by 6 am she's fully dressed with make-up and earrings.” View full resource at huffingtonpost.com
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Nutritionist Karen Ansel has inspired Americans nationwide to become healthier eaters. Whether it’s through her magazine articles, diet advice or recipes, Karen’s passion is revealing how eating right can be good for you and delicious.
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She graduated from Dalhousie Medical School in 1978, holds a medical license in California and is a graduate of The Ontario College of Naturopathic Medicine – now the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine (CCNM) in Toronto. She served on the board of Governors of the CCNM for six years. Dr Dean has authored and co-authored 29 books. She is available for phone consultations only.