National Academy of Medicine

Stress-induced Eating Behaviors of Health Professionals: A Registered Dietitian Nutritionist Perspective

For health professionals, stress and eating often combine in unhealthy ways. The stress comes earl
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Promoting Well-being in Psychology Graduate Students at the Individual and Systems Levels

More than 70 percent of psychology doctoral students report experiencing stressors that can affect their ability
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100 Days of Rain: A Reflection on the Limits of Physician Resilience

By January 1999, it rained, they say, for over 100 days in a row; Seattle has a reputation for precipitation, which I have to believe
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Democratizing Health: The Power of Community

The phrase “democratizing health care” is gaining popularity in discussions about how technology is enabling consumers to better manage their health-related b
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The Power of Postconsumer School Food Waste Audits

I am sure many of you do not want to hear the word “audit” now that tax season is over, but the type of audit I am going to write about can be fun and
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Daring to Change for Better Health, Partnerships, and Business

Now in its third year of data disclosure, the Physician Payments Sunshine Act has helped demystify financial connections between two critical
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Health Literacy in Dentistry and Navajo Nation Community Health Representatives

In this paper we discuss the importance of the efforts of community health representatives to improve general health on th
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Numbers Get In the Way

Increasingly over the past decade, health literacy researchers and practitioners have been turning their attention to issues of numeracy, recognizing that numeric tasks related to
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An Educator’s View: Reflecting on Physical Activity: Moving Toward Obesity Solutions

As a physical educator and now the director of health and physical education (PE) for a large urban school district, I c
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