As we pull out our summer wardrobe from a year ago, a lot of us are starting to notice that we haven’t exactly stayed on top of our weight. Here's how you can reverse the trend and trim down.
A few ideas to help you trim down, from the experts of the Weight and Wellness Center at Tufts Medical Center.
Need some healthy recipes for the big game, a family gathering or because you are tired of the same old, same old? Try these, from the registered dietitians at The Weight and Wellness Center at Tufts Medical Center.
Your fridge is empty – the official motivator for a supermarket run. What you buy can have a significant impact on your weight and health. Registered dietitians at The Weight and Wellness Center at Tufts Medical Center suggest five tips to help you make good decisions when you start pushing that cart.
Grocery shopping can be an overwhelming process due to the tempting food aisles. Reading food labels, as well as understanding the Nutrition Facts Label, can help provide more information on the foods you eat.
Delicious go-to snacks while on-the-go.
If you’ve had a lifelong battle with weight, read on.
When Delaynee realized she wanted help managing her weight, she turned to the Weight and Wellness Center.
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There are a number of surgical weight loss options that you may be considering. It is important to learn more about these options and determine if you are a good candidate for weight loss surgery.
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Ever feel “butterflies” in your tummy? Dr. Stanley Lau, Tufts Children’s Hospital Pediatric Gastroenterologist, shows some deep breathing exercises that can calm those nerves that are affecting your belly.
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Learn why it’s more important than ever to make sure your child is developing normally, staying healthy, and meeting important milestones by attending regular checkups.
With similar symptoms, how do you know if you or your child has COVID-19, the flu or a cold? Shirley Huang, MD Chief of Pediatric Primary Care at Tufts Children's Hospital explains how you can find the correct diagnosis.
Have an upcoming appointment at Tufts Children’s Hospital? You are safe with us! Follow our friend, Bob the dog, around to see what we’re doing to ensure that you and your family are safe when you need to go to the doctor.
Parents have been grappling with how to help our children cope with the COVID pandemic for numerous months now – read more about how to continue to support them and help them to stay on track during these concerning winter months.
Are children with asthma more susceptible to developing COVID-19? Scott Schroeder, MD Chief of Pediatric Pulmonology and Allergy at Tufts Children's Hospital has been fielding questions from worried parents over the last few months. We talked with Dr. Schroeder to get the answers you are looking for.
It’s never been more important to ensure that children are getting the physical activity they need – and for some, that may mean organized team or individual sports. We talked with Stuart Braun, MD, Chief of Pediatric Orthopedics at Tufts Children's Hospital about how to do this safely.
At Tufts Medical Center and Tufts Children's Hospital, we are closely following and preparing for the spread of COVID-19. This situation is rapidly changing, which poses an important question for parents, “How do I talk about the coronavirus with my kids?” We are here to help guide the conversation.
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Our lives have been disrupted by COVID-19. Stress is increasing. It’s no wonder our waistlines are too. Learn what can help.
How to answer your child’s questions and fears.
And tips to get them to mask up!
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