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Nature therapy: types and benefits

Maurie Lung, PhD, was in second grade when she realized what she wanted to do growing up. “When I went to summer camp, my little Strawberry Shortcake diary said,” When I grow up, I want to help people outdoors, “says Lung. And that’s exactly what she’s doing today. Lung oversees the nature-based and adventurous counseling…

Chinese Inspired Chicken Salad – The Real Food Dietitians

This longing, menu-worthy restaurant salad is refreshing, healthy, and filling the right way. Packed with crispy vegetables, roasted nuts, tender chicken, sweet oranges and a delicious sesame-ginger sauce, it is perfect for ready meals and just right for all kinds of gatherings. This post was originally published on May 28, 2019; Updated April 15, 2021….

Can the mRNA vaccines change DNA?

Coronavirus range from colds to more severe infections such as SARS (SARS-CoV) and MERS (MERS-CoV) and the current Covid-19 (SARS-CoV-2). To date, there is no FDA-approved vaccine for the prevention of coronavirus infections. Both have FDA emergency clearances. Two of the Covid-19 vaccines available in the United States use messenger RNA technology to prevent or…

How to Warm Up for a Run

Warming up before the race is crucial. The The positive effects of a warm-up improve your racing performance. Each warm-up must be specific to the race ahead. You can find one in this post detailed warm-up routine for different racetracks (5K, 10K, half marathonor marathon). Warm up properly A proper warm up consists of two…