September marks a period of change–for some, it’s back to school, for others, it’s simply a seasonal shift. However fall finds you, be sure to catch up our most popular posts of the month.
This month, we published an article about why you shouldn’t ditch carbs, and you couldn’t stop talking about it. We appreciate a healthy debate, and invite you to share your opinion in the comments.
Forget goji berries–here are 10 superfoods that aren’t super rare.
Are you getting the nutrients you need? Learn more about the USDA’s shortfall nutrients.
Feeling anxious? Learn when to seek help, and how to cope with anxiety.
Do you use a neti pot? Make sure you’re using it safely. Here’s what else you might have missed on the One Medical blog in September.
10 Everyday Superfoods by Brierly Wright, MS, RD
4 Nutrients You Might Not Be Getting Enough of by Brierly Wright, MS, RD
Black Bean and Salmon Tostadas by EatingWell.com
6 Convincing Reasons to Keep Carbs in Your Diet by Brierly Wright, MS, RD
How to Cope with Anxiety by Kristen Scarlett
What Ye Need t’ Be Knowin’ ’bout Scurvy by James J. Reilly III
Does Terror Lurk in Your Neti Pot? by Malcolm Thaler, MD
The Link Between Blood Type and Heart Disease by Malcolm Thaler, MD
The New Outbreak of Hantavirus: No Need to Run for Cover by Malcolm Thaler, MD
Whooping Cough–Old Disease, New Epidemic by Malcolm Thaler, MD
Mild Psychological Distress May Shorten Your Life by Malcolm Thaler, MD
Meet Our Providers: Lauren Levy, PA-C by Lauren Pollini
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