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HealthNotDiets Digest, Issue 46, 2018

November 16, 2018

 November 9 - November 15, 2018

 

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Articles & Blogs

  

 

Should Childhood Trauma Be Treated As A Public Health Crisis?

by Erin Blakemore


”To really reduce trauma and mitigate its effects...policymakers must pursue community investment and policies like minimum wage laws that reduce economic pressure on people who are struggling.”

 

https://www.npr.org/sections/health-shots/2018/11/09/666143092/should-childhood-trauma...

3 Things You Don’t Have To Do To Manage Diabetes

by Nutrition with Katie


“From the moment your doctor first said “You have diabetes,” up until now, you’ve likely been told by many people what to do to manage your diabetes....For just a moment, I’d like to ask you to put all of that on hold and consider 3 things you DON’T have to do to manage your diabetes.”

 

http://www.nutritionwithkatie.com/3-things-you-dont-have-to-do-to-manage-diabetes...

What To Do When People Push Food On You

by Nina Mills

 

"They mean well, but we all have them in our lives ... a grandmother, aunt, colleague, or friend, or anyone really, who insists that you haven’t had enough to eat.”

 

https://feelgoodeating.com.au/people-push-food...

12 simple ways to make your workplace more inclusive of transgender people

by Meera Jagannathan

 

“While the intent behind your curiosity might be positive...accept that it’s not the responsibility of visibly transgender people to answer your questions about all things transgender. Instead, respect people’s time and privacy.”

 

https://www.marketwatch.com/amp/story/guid...

Serious Restrictive Eating Disorders Happen At Any Weight

by Tetyana

 

“Although the words “anorexia nervosa” typically conjure up images of emaciated bodies, eating disorders characterized by dietary restriction or weight loss can — and do — occur at any weight."