January 2014: Month in Review

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It’s epic: Our infographic maps 100 vegan dishes to try in San Francisco. Grab a friend and try some of the city’s tastiest plant-based meals.
Curious about the juice craze? One Medical Group nutritionist Karyn Duggan sheds some light on the potential health benefits and risks associated with juicing, and continued her gluten-free breakfasts series.

Millions of people are living with hypertension, and doctors are now taking different approaches to addressing the condition. Malcolm Thaler, MD, breaks down the new guidelines for treating high blood pressure.

Need some inspiration to stay committed to those New Year’s resolutions? Read this no-fail advice on how to make healthy habits stick.

Heath insurance exchanges can be confusing. We answer some of your most frequently asked questions about One Medical and the Health Insurance Marketplace.

In February, we’ll have plenty of new healthy recipes, plus tips for improving digestion, how to stay healthy during pregnancy, and more. Here’s what you might have missed from one:life in January.

Eat Well

100 Vegan Dishes to Try in San Francisco by Leyl Black

Gluten-Free Berry Nutty Q’ia Cereal by Karyn Duggan, CNC

Gluten-Free Nutty Rice Porridge by Karyn Duggan, CNC

Gluten-Free Grilled Sausage with Kale and Basmati Brown Rice by Karyn Duggan, CNC

Is Juicing Good for You? by Michelle Konstantinovsky

Live Well

Should I Confirm a Home Pregnancy Result with My Doctor? by Kathleen Reutter

Can I Get a Pap Test While on My Period? by Kathleen Reutter

How to Make Healthy Habits Stick by Allison Hodge

Getting Your Blood Drawn: What You Need to Know by Kathleen Reutter

One Medical FAQ: Health Insurance Exchanges by Brendhan Green

Our Favorite Books on Health and Medicine by Kathleen Reutter

Should I Get the Flu Shot If I’m Sick? by Kathleen Reutter

Newsworthy

New Guidelines for Treating High Blood Pressure by Malcolm Thaler, MD

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