Why binge-eating increase among teens during COVID-19 isn’t getting better
Eating disorders, especially binge eating, increased among young people during COVID lockdowns and it’s not getting better. By some studies, the rates of anorexia, bulimia, and binge eating disorder were up by 15%, and despite life returning somewhat to normal, researchers say binge eating is still a problem for teens.
Protect your brain as you age
Most people believe aging comes with difficulty learning new skills and rigid thinking. Doctors claim that negative assumptions about the capacity to learn and grow create a vicious cycle of mental inactivity and decline. New research and brain imaging techniques have advanced science and offer a more positive view of cognitive function in older adults.
Workouts to do at home during the holidays
Between holiday parties, colder weather and darker days, it can be more difficult to stay fit during the holiday season. But the Thanksgiving holiday doesn't have to set back your fitness goals. Nemiah Rutledge of Body Paradox can share a quick workout that can be done easily at home for viewers to sweat off that turkey and pumpkin pie. He'll share the simple movements to help you stay active with little to no equipment this holiday season.