It looks like researchers are getting ever closer to finding an effective treatment for type 1 diabetes. A small study published in the New England Journal of Medicine looked at the use of an artificial pancreas in a small group of campers. They found that when the campers used the artificial pancreas they had fewer low blood... Continue Reading →
Over the past 60 years men have begun working less labor-intensive jobs and women started working outside of the home. The result? Well, one is bigger waistlines. This study by the Arnold School of Public Health in South Carolina found that women are doing significantly less housework than in the past and argues this is... Continue Reading →
I made this bread and wanted to share a picture and some notes. All in all, the bread is pretty good. It is SUPER easy to make, which is a plus. It took less than 10 minutes to mix things together and get it into the oven. It was extremely moist and had a wonderful... Continue Reading →
These are not healthy. At all. But this recipe is one of those things that when you see it you can't NOT do something about it. The recipe is by Just a Taste, which I found on pinterest. Oh, how I love pinterest - I am pretty sure I'd be a much better med student... Continue Reading →
Consider a yogurt bar for your next bridal or baby shower. This post from Southern Weddings shows some beautiful ways to use mason jars to display your display. There is also a post here from a Florida wedding where a yogurt bar was set-up at the wedding.
Dr. Zorba Paster, physician at Dena Health in Madison, WI and host of the nationally broadcasted show, "On your Health" recently published an article in the Wisconsin State Journal looking at the "dark side" of supplements. Check it out!
All of the side panels are up - yeah!! We are slowly but surely getting closer. Here is a picture of the corner cabinets. J is going to build some floating shelves between the microwave and cabinet for cookbooks and decorations. I will update this soon with the other side panel pictures!
Have you recently started eating gluten-free? Finding out you have celiac disease or gluten intolerance makes many people feel completely lost. All of the foods that are ingrained (no pun intended) in our culture seem to contain gluten, so many people following a traditional American diet feel like there is nothing they can eat. This couldn't be... Continue Reading →