Building an Exercise Toolbox for Your Patients or Clients with Obesity – Workshop #2

This 2 ¾ hour in-person course is the first of a four-part series that presents current evidence-based approaches pertaining to the benefits and application strategies of physical activity and exercise for the management of obesity and its comorbidities. This course is appropriate for clinical and community-based allied health and fitness professionals who work with adults with different levels of

Oh, SNAP – A Food Fight to Open Nutrition 2018

This article was first published on the ConscienHealth on June 10, 2018 by Leah Whigham PhD, FTOS Marlene Schwartz did a fine job summarizing the main issues. Feasibility Foods come in so many forms and no one agrees on how to define “healthy.” Yet programs like WIC do it and there are technology advances

Health, Air Quality Study Seeks Pollution Solutions

This article was first published on the UTEP website on May 03, 2018,-air-quality-study-seeks-pollution-solutions.html By Daniel Perez UTEP Communications The Paso del Norte Institute for Healthy Living (IHL) promotes healthy eating and active lifestyles, but it also engages in interdisciplinary research with The University of Texas at El Paso and dozens of other groups to

Anti-Obesity Partnerships Beyond the Usual Suspects

This article was first published on the ConscienHealth website on May 6, 2018 by Leah Whigham PhD, FTOS The Partnership for a Healthier America (PHA) held its annual summit – Innovating a Healthier Future – last week in Washington, DC. PHA came to life in 2010 as an offshoot of Michelle Obama’s Let’s Move! campaign. The mission is to