The New York Times has been busy in my absence! They have a few great wellness articles–check them out!
- Paul Chen writes about the tyranny of diagnosis: how, once a doctor diagnoses an illness, s/he often stops asking the patients about other symptoms. So, the diagnoses often serves as a hindrance, not a help, especially for those with difficult to determine maladies.
- Catherine Price explains what to look for when buying eggs: We’ve all been in the same situation in the dairy aisle–do I want organic? free-range? with added omega-3s? vegetarian? what are chickens even supposed to eat?! This article demystifies all of the terms being thrown around on packaging these days.
- Tara Parker-Pope investigates a new trend called positive eating: men and women who shun traditional dieting, calorie counting, and guilt, and instead focus on adding healthy, whole foods into their diets. (Sound familiar? Intrigued? contact me.)