• The latest studies released by the Center for Disease Control and prevention and the University of North Carolina School of Medicine have found conflicting data regarding the severity of the obesity crisis among children and teenagers. Dr. Michael Omidi discusses these studies as well as the different research methodologies. In the desperation to fight childhood […]

  • Dr. Michael Omidi discusses a new U.S. study that showed women who drank more milk experienced less deterioration in their arthritic knees. Dr. Bing Lu, of Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston, led the study that published its findings in Arthritis Care and Research. It was not for certain that milk was the reason for […]

  • Dr. Michael Omidi, co-founder of the Children’s Obesity Fund, discusses the new FDA nutritional labels. The Food and Drug Administration is unveiling new nutritional labels that will highlight important components of processed foods – calories, serving sizes, recommended sodium intake and added sugars.[1] The Obama administration has made curbing childhood obesity a national priority in […]

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Conflicting Data Regarding Childhood Obesity Progress

The latest studies released by the Center for Disease Control and prevention and the University of North Carolina School of Medicine have found conflicting data […]

New FDA Nutritional Labels

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Detroit’s Stray Dog Problem

Abandoned dogs are a huge problem in underserved urban areas, and local animal welfare services have stretched their resources to the limit attempting to solve […]

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