By Kelly Theim Hurst, PhD Anyone who has ever tried to lose weight and keep it off – especially through the holiday season or other ups and downs that life offers – knows that it can be quite a challenge. What can make this process even more difficult to manage, though, is when you don’t […]
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By Robyn Osborn Pashby, PhD December 31st marks that wonderful time of year when millions of people ring in the New Year with confetti and party hats. Whether you choose to spend the evening out dancing past midnight or you prefer to snuggle into bed by 9pm, the new year isn’t just about celebrating; it […]
By Scott Kahan, MD If you haven’t seen the New York Times article describing a new NIH study on long term outcomes of former Biggest Loser contestants, I strongly recommend reading it here. It showed that most contestants gained back weight and their metabolic rates plummeted. Those who have read it seem to be universally […]
By Robyn Osborn, PhD If you listen carefully, you will hear all sorts of thoughts running through your head at any given moment. There are the endless to-do lists for the future (pick up the dry cleaning, return that email, schedule eye exam, etc.) that take up space in our heads. There are the thoughts […]
WTOP News published a radio and online piece highlighting Kassie Barnes, a busy professional, great mom, and NCWW patient. Psychologist and assistant director Robyn Osborn was quoted. While it’s a great article, we take issue with a particular part: A personal trainer was quoted saying, “This is [just] old-fashioned…hard work.”
NCWW patient featured in NPR’s Here and Now for a special on Learning to Live with Obesity.
Dr. Scott Kahan commented on a fascinating new study in the journal Cell, which focused on new research that may push the field forward to better, personalized nutrition recommendation. You can listen below:
Dr. Scott Kahan was named Chairman of The Obesity Society’s Clinical Committee.
By Kelly Theim Hurst, PhD Sleepless nights can affect every part of our lives. Beyond feeling fatigued, they can cause irritability, stress, increased appetite, and overeating. Fortunately, there are many treatments that can help. As a psychologist, I specialize in behavioral approaches to insomnia and other sleep difficulties. The tricky part is that sometimes – […]
By Kathy Rodgers, MA, RDN, LD, CDE As a registered dietitian and diabetes educator for the past 16 years, I have worked with many people at different stages in their relationship with diabetes. No matter the length of time someone has been trying to manage their blood glucose, I hear two common myths over and […]