Meta-Analysis: Vitamin D May Benefit Some COPD Patients
Vitamin D pills almost halved exacerbation risk in vitamin D-deficient, COPD patients Source: Meta-Analysis: Vitamin D May Benefit Some COPD Read more
Food in the Anthropocene: the EAT–Lancet Commission on healthy diets from sustainable food systems
Food systems have the potential to nurture human health and support environmental sustainability; however, they are currently threatening both. Providing a growing global population with Read more
Is there a causal relationship between obesity and puberty?
The onset of puberty in adolescents and whether it is related to obesity is an ongoing topic for debate. Epidemiological cross-sectional and longitudinal studies show a shift towards Read more
Transtheoretical Model (or Stages of Change) – Health Behavior Change
Dr. Prochaska’s Stages of Change ground Pro-Change’s evidence-based programs, improving well-being, health behavior and wellness across entire populations. Source: Read more
3 Reasons Corporate Wellness Failed — And How To Change The Game
Wellness isn’t seen as a strategic part of culture creation that can increase engagement and ultimately lead to a company’s success. It’s a check-the-box, unimportant thing that ends Read more
The GROW Model of Coaching and Mentoring: A Simple Process for Developing Your People
  Structure coaching and mentoring sessions in a simple but effective way, encouraging vision, planning and commitment. Source: The GROW Model of Coaching and Mentoring: A Simple Read more
GROW Model
The GROW model (or process) is a simple method for goal setting and problem solving. It was developed in the United Kingdom and was used extensively in corporate coaching in the late Read more
Probabilistic risk model of norovirus transmission during handling and preparation of fresh produce in school foodservice operations
Human noroviruses (NoV) are recognized worldwide as important pathogens and the primary cause of food borne disease outbreaks from contaminated food in the U.S. They are often transmitted Read more
Medicare Fee Schedule for RDNs – MNT and G-Codes
The data in this chart was compiled from the physician fee schedule information posted on the CMS website as of January 2019. CPT® codes and descriptions are copyright 2019 American Read more
What happens when a lifesaving drug becomes intolerably expensive?
As the cost of insulin skyrockets, some desperate diabetics are taking to rationing — and risking their lives. Source: What happens when a lifesaving drug becomes intolerably Read more