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Healthy Leaders, Healthy Businesses

Texas CEO Magazine
July 31, 2011

Dr. Tyler Cooper discusses the importance of healthy leaders setting an example for their employees. Leaders are making a sound business decision when choosing to set healthy examples, resulting in better job performance, more energy, focus and creativity.

Eat like a pro: Athletes share their favorite foods, nutrition tricks

The Dallas Morning News
June 14, 2011

Cooper Clinic Dietitian Meridan Zerner takes a look at four athletes' diets for The Dallas Morning News. (To read the full story, you must have a Dallas Morning News subsciption).

Getting a Leg up on Burning

The Wall Street Journal
June 14, 2011

Did you know Nordic walking (with poles) burns more calories than regular walking? Read what Dr. Kenneth Cooper tells The Wall Street Journal about the full-body workout.

Dr. Kenneth Cooper - "Get Cooperized"

GrandLuxe Magazine
May 31, 2011

Dr. Kenneth Cooper graces the cover and is featured in a Dallas magazine, GrandLuxe. Read more about Dr. Cooper's life-long legacy and passions both professionally and personally.

Eating right: Elementary students take launch test to evaluate their lunch

McKinney Courier-Gazette
May 14, 2011

Students at Burks Elementary school in McKinney, Texas, pilot tested The Cooper Institute's Nutrigram, a computer survey and interactive game teaching kids how to eat healthy.

How to eat healthy working 9 to 5

ABC 8 Good Morning Texas
May 9, 2011

Are you eating healthy throughout the work day? Cooper Clinic Dietitian Cindy Kleckner showcases great snack and lunch ideas to bring to the office.

Dallas biobank close to 10,000 samples

Dallas Business Journal
April 22, 2011

The Cooper Institute and UT Southwestern were recently recognized for their milestone acheivement in research. The project, the BioBank, has collected almost 10,000 samples. Learn more about this special research project.

Shake off the rust

The Dallas Morning News
April 19, 2011

As Dr. Kenneth Cooper explains the aging process in our bodies, "we don't wear out, we rust out." Dr. Cooper lends his expertise on building strong muscles for aging.

Deciding to exercise is the first step. The second? Enlisting your brain

The Dallas Morning News
April 12, 2011

Your brain has a lot to do with your decision to work out. Training your brain is required just as training your body to become fit. See what Cooper Fitness Center Professional Fitness Trainer Carla Sottovia, PhD, says about the first steps of establishing an exercise routine.

In the 'Zone': Burks Elementary wins first national health award

Star Local News
April 1, 2011

The Cooper Institute and United Way of Metropolitan Dallas designate Burks Elementary in McKinney, Texas, as the first "Healthy Zone" school in the country. The Healthy Zone School Recognition Program is a national effort to combat childhood obesity through education in physical fitness and nutrition.

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