Crash course in healthy cooking aims to help docs better help their patients

first_imgDavid Eisenberg envisions a time when doctors learn not just biology and chemistry—but cooking in an effort to help more patients live healthier lives. Given recent alarming increases in diabetes and other obesity-related ailments, Eisenberg, a doctor, associate professor of nutrition at Harvard School of Public Health (HSPH), and executive vice president of the Samueli Institute, thinks schooling doctors and other health professionals in the latest in nutrition science—and giving them hands-on training in how to cook healthy meals—would make them more likely to give their patients sound nutritional advice, and hopefully help improve their patients’ health as well as their own.Now Eisenberg has study results that suggest he’s on the right track.Over the past several years, he has helped run a four-day conference, or “crash course,” in healthy cooking, eating, and lifestyle—for doctors, nurses, nutritionists, restaurant chefs, institutional food service directors, fitness professionals and others—called “Healthy Kitchens, Healthy Lives-Caring For Our Patients and Ourselves.” He led a study titled “Enhancing Medical Education to Address Obesity: ‘See One. Taste One. Cook One. Touch One’,” published online February 18, 2013 in JAMA Internal Medicine, in which attendees surveyed after the March 2010 conference said they were eating and cooking healthier—and advising their patients to do the same. They said they were more aware of their calorie intake; ate more vegetables, nuts, and whole grains; and were better able to assess their patients’ nutrition status and to successfully advise their overweight and obese patients about healthy eating and lifestyle. Read Full Storylast_img read more

Lee Dixon explains why Chris Wilder should win Manager of the Year award over Jurgen Klopp

first_imgAdvertisement Comment Advertisement Metro Sport ReporterTuesday 11 Feb 2020 6:55 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link291Shares Klopp’s Liverpool have won 24 out of 25 league games this season (Picture: Getty Images)‘It’s the energy levels, the crowd demand that from them, that place seems to just breed hard-working footballers.AdvertisementAdvertisement‘And the way that he plays, that’s a given, you’ve got to give that. It’s not something he turns around and gives you praise for because that’s your job, work hard.‘But the way they’re playing, the tactics, everything he’s done on the pitch, he’s surprised a lot of opposition with the way he’s gone about the game.‘Arguably he should be up there at the top of that list.’More: Arsenal FCArsenal flop Denis Suarez delivers verdict on Thomas Partey and Lucas Torreira movesThomas Partey debut? Ian Wright picks his Arsenal starting XI vs Manchester CityArsene Wenger explains why Mikel Arteta is ‘lucky’ to be managing ArsenalThe main contender for the award, German boss Klopp, is just six wins away from securing Liverpool’s first Premier League title since 1990.The Reds are enjoying a record-breaking season, with their latest FA Cup win against Shrewsbury Town making them unbeaten in 40 games at Anfield in all competitions.Former Borussia Dortmund manager Klopp signed a new two-year extension on his contract at Anfield in December, keeping him at the club until 2024.MORE: Chelsea, Liverpool and Man City in transfer battle to sign Nigeria winger Samuel ChukwuezeMORE: Trent Alexander-Arnold sends message to Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain over Liverpool free-kicks Chris Wilder has been Sheffield United manager since 2016 (Picture: Getty Images)Former Arsenal and England defender Lee Dixon believes Sheffield United boss Chris Wilder should win the Manager of the Year award.The 52-year-old has worked wonders with a low-budget squad at Bramall Lane, unexpectedly pushing the Blades into contention for the top four.With 12 Premier League games left this season, Sheffield United sit just two points behind fourth-placed Chelsea, and Gunners legend Dixon said Wilder’s achievements are possibly more impressive than Jurgen Klopp’s at Liverpool.He told Premier League Productions: ‘Arguably you can say that’s a better job than what Jurgen Klopp’s doing.ADVERTISEMENT‘You could have that argument because it’s not just the results they’ve had, it’s the way they’ve gone about the season. Lee Dixon explains why Chris Wilder should win Manager of the Year award over Jurgen Klopplast_img read more

Steven D. Ricke, 74

first_imgSteven D. Ricke of Gallatin, Tennessee passed away November 8, 2017 at the age of 74. He was born in Greensburg, Indiana on October 18, 1943, the son of Leo J. Ricke and Luella (Buell) Ricke, both deceased. He is preceded in death by six brothers, John, Maurice, Howard, Eugene, Robert, William and four sisters, Betty King, Lois Ralston, Deloris Robbins and Marilyn Einhaus. Survivors include his wife of 33 years, Annette Kollodge Ricke; sons, Tim Ricke and Brian Ricke, born of a previous marriage to Judy (Seibel) Schlemmer in Greensburg; grandchildren, Brandon and Brayden in Greensburg; Jamie, Steven, Angela and Savannah all in Gallatin and Hendersonville, Tennessee; three great-grandchildren as well as 36 nieces and nephews; also a brother, Paul in Greensburg and a sister, Mary Overman in Sarasota, Florida. Mr. Ricke attended St. Mary’s Catholic School. He graduated from Greensburg Community High School in 1961 and Indiana Central College (Indianapolis University) in 1975. He spent 25 years in Manufacturing Management with Ford Motor Company and Federal Mogul Corporation (BCA-Greensburg). Steve and Annette owned and operated R & R Calendar, Inc. for nine years in Hendersonville, Tennessee. He retired after receiving a heart transplant 22 years ago in 1995 and was in failing health the past several months. There will be a visitation and musical life celebration in Gallatin, Tennessee on Monday, November 13th from 4-6 P.M. with the service to follow at 6 P.M. at Crestview Funeral Home. A second visitation will be held on Wednesday, November 15th from 4-7 P.M. at Porter-Oliger-Pearson Funeral Home in Greensburg, Indiana. Funeral Mass will be held on Thursday, November 16th at 10:00 A.M. at St. Mary’s Catholic Church with Fr. John Meyer, Celebrant. Burial will follow in St. Mary’s Cemetery with Robert King, John Ricke, Mark Campbell, Greg Ricke, Jim Potter and Mike Wernke serving as active pallbearers. Honorary pallbearers will be: Robert Ralston, Jim Robbins and Pat Ricke. All pallbearers are nephews of Mr. Ricke. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to the Humane Society of Sumner County, 16 Volunteer Drive, Hendersonville, TN 37075. Arrangements Entrusted To: Crestview Funeral Home and Memory Gardens, 1623 Highway 109 North, Gallatin, TN (615)452-1943 and Porter-Oliger-Pearson Funeral Home, 302 N. Franklin Street, Greensburg, IN (812)663-2192 www.popfuneralhome.comlast_img read more