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A Bone of Contention

August 31, 2012 by Mary Ireland

Mary Ireland discusses research about bone density and weight training.

Starting Small

August 10, 2012 by Mary Ireland

I am amazed how little things can make a big difference. Research from Arizona State University is a great example of this. Researchers found that subjects who ate energy-dense food in smaller bites felt full faster and ate less food overall. The research was conducted both on lab rats and college students with similar results. […]

Lifestyle and Dementia

July 20, 2012 by Mary Ireland

Mary Ireland discusses new research about lifestyle and Alzheimer risk.

Looking at Energy Balance

July 13, 2012 by Mary Ireland

Mary Ireland discusses a new report on improving the odds of winning the obesity battle.

Lowering Diabetes Risk

July 6, 2012 by Mary Ireland

Mary Ireland discusses how walking can reduce the risk of developing diabetes and why reducing that risk is important.

Look for the Exercise Sweet Spot

June 8, 2012 by Mary Ireland

For someone who wants to start an exercise program or those new to exercising, the process may seem a little daunting. I have been an avid exerciser since my early twenties and have learned over the years that you cannot always count on the latest research data to apply to you. The key word in […]

More Thoughts on Healthy Bones

June 1, 2012 by Mary Ireland

Mary Ireland discusses bone health and an alternative to bisphosphates and calcium supplements.

Healthy Bones – Where Do We Go from Here?

May 29, 2012 by Joyce Bunderson

I received a beautiful new ring as an anniversary gift; and on Friday I went to have it sized down to fit my right hand ring finger. The jeweler asked if I knew my ring size, I answered, “Yes, size 4. It used to be 3½, when I was younger.” He said, “That would be […]

Moving toward Health

May 18, 2012 by Mary Ireland

Mary Ireland discusses new research on benefiting from exercise.