Polycystic ovarian syndrome, or PCOS, is a hormonal disorder that affects nearly one in 10 women worldwide. While there’s no cure for PCOS, it can be treated with healthy lifestyle habits.
Almost 200,000 new cases of prostate cancer will be diagnosed this year, and the risk increases with age. Maintaining a healthy weight through a balanced diet and physical activity may help prevent prostate cancer.
Gluten-free eating has become a diet of choice for many people. But unless you have a gluten allergy, is going gluten-free the right choice for you? Learn more from Cooper Clinic Nutrition Services.
Living with chronic discomfort due to IBS can be frustrating and restricting. Cooper Clinic Nutrition Services offers eight tips to help relieve symptoms and keep your digestive system on track.
March is National Nutrition Month, and Cooper is celebrating! We're also discussing exciting changes to the 2015-2020 Dietary Guidelines for Americans (DGA) that were released this past January. Here’s the scoop on what’s new.
The best diet is one you don’t realize you’re on. A diet should be easy to follow and not a rigid plan with too many rules, which is why the DASH (Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension) Diet fits the bill perfectly. Learn more from Cooper Clinic Nutrition Services.
When it comes to weight loss, achieving success starts by reaching smaller milestones. Cooper Clinic's Molly Wangsgaard, MS, RDN, LD explains how setting specific goals can have a huge impact on weight loss.
Trying to maintain, not gain, during the holidays can be stressful without the right mindset and proper tools. The Cooper Clinic Nutrition Services team shares their own strategies to help prepare for navigating a holiday season of food and drink.
The best approach to weight loss is making gradual changes in your eating and activity that you can sustain for life. There’s no one-size-fits-all diet, but there are common mistakes we all should avoid.
Maintaining a healthy mind through exercise and nutrition is important when it comes to aging well. The MIND diet has been shown to reduce the risk of Alzheimer’s disease and slow cognitive decline.