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  • Your Healthy Family: UCHealth Memorial Central and North designated "Baby-Friendly"

    Your Healthy Family: UCHealth Memorial Central and North designated "Baby-Friendly"

    Wednesday, July 18 2018 1:44 PM EDT2018-07-18 17:44:20 GMT
    UCHealth Memorial central and north are now internationally recognized as being Baby-FriendlyUCHealth Memorial central and north are now internationally recognized as being Baby-Friendly

    It's fair to say that by nature, all hospitals are friendly to babies.  However, not not all hospitals are internationally recognized as being Baby-Friendly, which both UCHealth Memorial Hospital Central and  Memorial North in Colorado Springs just became. 

    It's fair to say that by nature, all hospitals are friendly to babies.  However, not not all hospitals are internationally recognized as being Baby-Friendly, which both UCHealth Memorial Hospital Central and  Memorial North in Colorado Springs just became. 

  • Your Healthy Family: Teens encouraged to diet more likely to be obese adults

    Your Healthy Family: Teens encouraged to diet more likely to be obese adults

    Tuesday, July 17 2018 11:00 AM EDT2018-07-17 15:00:38 GMT
    Dr. Rosenbaum also says when it comes to heart disease exercise is crucial.Dr. Rosenbaum also says when it comes to heart disease exercise is crucial.
    according to recent research, teens who are encouraged to diet are more likely to struggle with their weight as adults.according to recent research, teens who are encouraged to diet are more likely to struggle with their weight as adults.

    For parents who have teens who are struggling with their weight, getting them involved in a diet may seem like a good place to start. However, according to recent research, teens who are encouraged to diet are more likely to struggle with their weight as adults. Susan Albers, PsyD, of Cleveland Clinic did not take part in the study, but said the research showed that developing a ‘diet’ mindset during teen years can have lasting effects. 

    For parents who have teens who are struggling with their weight, getting them involved in a diet may seem like a good place to start. However, according to recent research, teens who are encouraged to diet are more likely to struggle with their weight as adults. Susan Albers, PsyD, of Cleveland Clinic did not take part in the study, but said the research showed that developing a ‘diet’ mindset during teen years can have lasting effects. 

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