Healthy living tricks from doctors, nurses, and even a mortician.
Weird Nursing Tales
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Best for: Anyone who love a good cautionary tale
Hilarious, weird, and educational in ways you wouldn't necessarily anticipate, Nurse Texican of Weird Nursing Tales is a male RN working as a critical care float nurse.
Order of the Good Death
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Best for: Latest health news and research
Dr. Kevin Pho of KevinMD.com "pulls back the curtain" on the health industry so that patients can better understand the system. An educated patient is a healthier one!
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Best for: People who always wondered what nurses really think of pompous surgeons
Nurse Jo, RN, of Head Nurse puts a poignant, educational, and always hilarious face on the people who provide the backbone of our healthcare system.
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Toby Amidor, MS, RD and CDN, of Ask Toby answers all your nutrition-related questions with advice about everything from balancing good nutrition with good parenting to recipe adjustments and general food questions.
Drop It and Eat
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Best for: People with a history of chronic dieting and/or eating disorders
Lori Lieberman, RD, MPH, CDE and LDN, of Drop It and Eat, specializes in helping people get out of the "diet" mentality and into eating what is best for your body. She is as gentle as she is experienced.
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Best for: Science nerds
Delve deeper than the headlines of the latest fitness research studies. Alex Hutchinson, a post-doctoral physicist and former elite distance runner, started Sweat Science to offer in-depth analysis and answer questions related to fitness research.
Ask Coach Jenny
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Best for: Runners
Jenny Hadfield, a personal trainer, coach, and MS in exercise science answers all your running questions in her blog Ask Coach Jenny. Whether you're a newbie and worried about runner's tummy or a seasoned vet and want to up your game, she's got answers.
The Sports Doc
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Best for: Amateur athletes
Dr. William Roberts, MD, MS, FACSM, may have a lot of letters after his name but he's also an avid runner and is currently the medical director of the Twin Cities Marathon. In his Sports Doc column he answers all your medical questions in regards to fitness.
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Best for: People looking to learn the basics of good nutrition
Nutritionist Lauren of Food Trainers provides a great mix of humor, recipes, and healthy eating tips.