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Pat Salber, MD, MBA, Host of The Doctor Weighs In

What Happens When Mindfulness Meets Tech?

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January 14, 2014

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Diabetes & metabolic syndrome, Food and nutrition, Obesity & weight loss, Salber:

Mindful eating, on the other hand, is an approach that involves choosing to eat food that both satisfies and nourishes. It also means learning to eat when you are actually hungry and stopping when you are full.

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Do Employer-Based Wellness Programs Work?

Do Employer-Based Wellness Programs Work?

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July 2, 2013

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Health care & health policy:

By Dr. Jaan Sidorov First Posted at Disease Management Care Blog on 6/19/2013 Mrs. Smith (name changed) was overweight.  She knew it and her physician, the… Read More ›

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Rand study gives workplace wellness a failing grade

Rand study gives workplace wellness a failing grade

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May 28, 2013

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Health care & health policy, Medicine: wellness & disease, Payment, People in healthcare, RESEARCH, Wellness:

By Thomas Emerick First Posted at Cracking Health Costs on 5/28/2013 Sharon Begley, Reuters’ chief science writer, has written a terrific piece on this breaking… Read More ›

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The health/wealth disconnect in America

The health/wealth disconnect in America

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May 15, 2013

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Aging, anti-aging & longevity, Change Management, Health care & health policy, Payment, People in healthcare, POLICY, RESEARCH:

By Jane Sarasohn-Kahn First Posted at Health Populi on 5/15/2013 Two in 3 Americans are uncomfortable with their financial situation. And most are totally oblivious… Read More ›

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A Fitbit Failure Day

A Fitbit Failure Day

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April 29, 2013

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Exercise & fitness, Food and nutrition, Wellness:

by Patricia Salber I am a Fitbit fan, but I somehow I quit wearing my old one about 5 months ago.  At TEDMED, a couple… Read More ›

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Improving Patient Outcomes Through Prevention: Fitness and the Physician

Improving Patient Outcomes Through Prevention: Fitness and the Physician

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April 8, 2013

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Exercise & fitness, Food and nutrition, Health care professionals, Medicine: wellness & disease, People in healthcare, Physician leadership, Physician wellness, Psychology & behavior:

By Dr. Kevin Campbell First Posted on his blog on 4/8/2013 As physicians, we are all held to a high standard.  It is our responsibility… Read More ›

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Most smartphone owners seek health information online via mobile

Most smartphone owners seek health information online via mobile

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November 11, 2012

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By Jane Sarasohn-Kahn First Posted at Health Populi on 11/8/2012 The ubiquity of mobile phones, increasingly smart ones (one-half of all mobile phones in the… Read More ›

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Small business says stress is the #1 wellness need for employees

Small business says stress is the #1 wellness need for employees

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October 31, 2012

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Alcohol, drugs & addiction, Change Management, Health care & health policy, Health care professionals, Medicine: wellness & disease, Mental health, Payment, People in healthcare, Psychology & behavior, Stress & relaxation:

By Jane Sarasohn-Kahn First Posted at Health Populi on 10/26/2012 Nearly 50% of business start-ups view health and wellness as crucial to employee recruitment and… Read More ›

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The things we do to lose weight – an oral device to help you eat less

The things we do to lose weight – an oral device to help you eat less

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January 9, 2012

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Food and nutrition, Obesity & weight loss, RESEARCH, Salber, Technology in healthcare:

By Patricia Salber If you routinely outpace your satiety signals by eating really, really fast, then the makers of this device are hoping that it… Read More ›

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The Top 10 Diet Plans:  Rankings courtesy of US News & World Report

The Top 10 Diet Plans: Rankings courtesy of US News & World Report

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November 20, 2011

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Food and nutrition, Health care & health policy, Medicine: wellness & disease, Obesity & weight loss, Salber:

By Patricia Salber Right now we are in the “Pile on the Pounds” season, but before you know it, it will be January 1 and… Read More ›

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Weight Loss –Why is it an Endless Battle?

Weight Loss –Why is it an Endless Battle?

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November 5, 2011

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Alcohol, drugs & addiction, Cognition & the brain, Diabetes & metabolic syndrome, Exercise & fitness, Food and nutrition, Metabolism and biochemistry, Michaeli, Obesity & weight loss, Psychology & behavior:

By Dov Michaeli We have made great strides in understanding the root causes of the obesity epidemic that is sweeping the whole world. Basically, our… Read More ›

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Line it and lose – a new approach to weight loss and Type 2 diabetes

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October 6, 2011

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Diabetes & metabolic syndrome, Health care professionals, Innovation/innovative companies, Obesity & weight loss, RESEARCH:

By Patricia Salber The list of mechanical options to lose weight is now a bit longer.  In addition to cutting, banding and ballooning, we also… Read More ›

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Debunking “the breakfast protection myth”

Debunking “the breakfast protection myth”

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January 17, 2011

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Diabetes & metabolic syndrome, Food and nutrition, Health care & health policy, Health care professionals, Medicine: wellness & disease, Obesity & weight loss, Salber:

By Patricia Salber Dieters, haven’t we all been told “Don’t skip breakfast?”   And, how about this one:  “Breakfast is the most important meal of the… Read More ›

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Fat teens often become very fat adults

Fat teens often become very fat adults

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December 2, 2010

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Exercise & fitness, Family and kids, Food and nutrition, Health care & health policy, Health care professionals, Medicine: wellness & disease, Obesity & weight loss:

by Patricia Salber When I was a kid, people used to say, “Oh, don’t worry, she will outgrow her baby fat.”  And, by and large, I… Read More ›

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When it comes to weight loss, is it what you eat or how much you eat?

When it comes to weight loss, is it what you eat or how much you eat?

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November 8, 2010

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Diabetes & metabolic syndrome, Food and nutrition, Health care & health policy, Medicine: wellness & disease, Metabolism and biochemistry, Obesity & weight loss:

By Patricia Salber Over the years, just about every type of diet you can imagine has been cooked up (pun intended).  Some of you may… Read More ›

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