May 2012: Month in Review

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This month, our experts commented on breaking health headlines and shared their advice on topics ranging from meditation and yoga to allergies and eye health, and lots of things in between. Don’t miss the healthy breakfast recipes–ready in just minutes–cooked up by our nutritionist, Karyn Duggan, and this month’s quirky questions from Dr. Steven Chang!

Here’s a roundup of the stories we published in May.

Eat Well

5-Minute Breakfast Recipes by Karyn Duggan, CNC

10-Minute Breakfast Recipes by Karyn Duggan, CNC

Breakfast for Dinner: Multigrain Blueberry Pancakes with Chicken Sausage by Alice Stern

Live Well

5 Types of Yoga to Try Now by Allison Hodge

7 Reasons to Switch Up Your Workout by Sally Wadyka

Start with Stillness: 5 Reasons to Start a Morning Meditation Practice by Allison Hodge

Advice, Please: How Long Should I Be in Therapy? by Kristen Scarlett

Your Eyes After 40: What’s Normal and What’s Not by Sally Wadyka

All About Allergies by Alicea Wu, MD

Quirky Questions

Are deodorants and antiperspirants unhealthy? by Steven Chang, MD

Do stinky feet signify a health problem? by Steven Chang, MD

Health Headlines

Popular Antibiotic Azithromycin Under Scrutiny by One Medical Group

Breaking News: Having High Levels of “Good” Cholesterol May Not Cut Heart Attack Risk by One Medical Group


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