We have all been exposed to the fact that obesity has become an epidemic in The United States through our classes at Pitt Med and I am certain that every medical student, resident, and physician is well of aware of
Run out of an ingredient? Want to make a recipe a little bit healthier? Check out this awesome infographic courtesy of eReplacementParts.com!
Need a quick study break? Want to try out a new recipe? Visit this awesome new food blog created by PittMed’s own Colin Beckwitt! http://colinculinary.weebly.com This blog details steps for making dishes of my creation, provides critiques of restaurants, and
PittMed Wellness Orientation Event! Yesterday was the PittMed Wellness kickoff event! We had an amazing time and turnout and wanted to thank everyone who came out and participated! For those of you who couldn’t make it to the event, we
Recipe: Steak, cheese, and vegetables Check out this original recipe by PittMed’s own Colin Beckwitt. Steak, cheese, and vegetables is a simple dish to show how creative and effective plating can be! Prep/cooking/plating time: 25 minutes Cost: $8 Step 1: Carefully
Yearning for some culinary inspiration? Check out this list of 45 salad recipes from Oprah.com. Read more for ideas on how to spice up your summer! Read more: http://www.oprah.com/food/Best-Salad-Recipes-Green-Salad-Recipes?FB=fb_omag_45_salad_recipes Photo: Oprah.com
Telomeres: Insights into Aging This article published in Food & Nutrition Magazine discusses a recent study conducted by researchers Dean Ornish, MD, and Elizabeth Blackburn, PhD, which examined the effect of lifestyle changes on telomere length. The study, conducted over a 5-year