It's been an insanely busy semester of grad school, and I'll admit that I haven't spent much time in the kitchen recently. Fish is an amazingly quick and easy to cook option. This miso glazed salmon and cauliflower took about 20 minutes total to prep and cook and left me only 1 pan to clean, [...]
Have you ever wondered why winter seems to throw your blood sugars off?
Well, it all boils (or shall I say cools) down to physiology. In this post, I'm diving into how your body responds to cold environments and the impact that this might have on your blood sugars.
Looking for a creative and tasty alternative to the typical Thanksgiving day fare? I've got you covered with these scrumptious Acorn Squash Stuffed with Wild Rice Risotto to brighten up your dinner table.
There's a bit of science behind formulating the perfect ganache Halloween treat, but you don't need to be a chemist to whip up a one of these great ganache truffle bats!
Here's how weight bias may impact your patients, and some steps to minimize weight bias for clinicians or future medical professionals.
Hurricane Irma has been barreling across the caribbean leaving destruction in its wake. No matter where you live, you're likely to be at risk at some point for some kind of natural disaster. Whether it's earthquakes, hurricanes, or volcanic eruptions, you should always have an emergency diabetes kit packed and ready to go.
New finds at the farmers markets in North Carolina, mean new pasta recipes. This one is filled with healthy greens and makes a great quick meal for the busy student or professional.