Do You Know What’s in Your Child’s Food?

CLEVELAND – Shopping for your family at the grocery store has never been more complicated. With labels screaming ‘low calorie,’ low sugar,’ and ‘reduced fat’ – how can we really know what’s in the foods we’re buying for our families? According to Diana Schnee, RD, of Cleveland Clinic Children’s, it’s important for parents to read between … Read More

What is the Keto Diet?

CLEVELAND – Are you one of the millions of Americans eyeing a new diet in the New Year? One of the most ‘searched for’ diets online in 2019 was the keto diet. But just what, exactly, does a keto diet look like? According to Cleveland Clinic’s Camille Skoda, RD, the keto diet involves reducing carbohydrate intake … Read More

Keeping Weight Off in the New Year (for Good) (PKG)

CLEVELAND – A New Year means a ‘new you.’ It’s no wonder that weight-loss is often cited as the number one New Year’s resolution for Americans. But even if we manage to lose a few pounds, sometimes keeping weight off can be just as difficult. According to Leslie Heinberg, Ph.D., of Cleveland Clinic, the first step … Read More

Study Links Vaping and Long-Term Health Consequences

CLEVELAND – Many smokers start the New Year with a resolution to kick the habit. But, can using electronic cigarettes help bridge the gap between being a smoker and a non-smoker? According to a recent study, it may do more harm than good. The study looked at 32,000 U.S. adults, none of whom had previously been … Read More

Top Medical Innovations for 2020 (PKG)

CLEVELAND – Advances in medicine transform lives – and this year will be no different. According to Cleveland Clinic’s annual ranking of top medical innovations – new heart medicines take three of the top ten spots. Samir Kapadia, M.D., Chair of Cardiovascular Medicine at Cleveland Clinic, said SGLT2 inhibitors, a class of medications used in the … Read More

University coach ‘on track’ in battle against leukemia

Download Text Web Story CLEVELAND – B-cell acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL), is a rare form of cancer that strikes only about 6,000 Americans annually. When Jud Logan, 60, was diagnosed with ALL in 2019, the four-time Olympic athlete, and longtime track and field head coach for Ashland University was undaunted. “I’m built for this,” said Logan. “If anybody … Read More