246 Articles by Gretchen Lidicker, M.S.
Gretchen Lidicker, M.S.
The ultimate snack foods for fuel when you're getting after it and doing the most, according to an RDN.
This is our mantra for 2020. Let it be yours, too.
The nutrients registered dietitians think we're not getting enough of, including magnesium, omega-3s, and vitamin K2.
How I became vitamin D deficienct when I was living by the beach; plus, why everyone should get their levels checked regardless of sun exposure.
Two great ways to get your well-being back to the top of your priority list.
A new study shows that dichloroacetate, a compound found naturally in seaweed, could be a promising treatment for endometriosis.
New study establishes a strong connection between fine particulate matter levels and an increased risk for glaucoma.
New study shows that hops can improve fat metabolism and blood sugar, making it a possible new treatment for metabolic syndrome.
New study by the Radiological Society of North America shows shows how overeating can damage regions of the brain by producing chronic...
New study suggests "smart toilets" could be the technology of the future, monitoring health and helping with diagnostics.
We break down what you need to know.
New study, published in the Journal of Sleep Research, shows that a sleep class for teenagers leads to better sleep outcomes after one year.
A new Centers for Disease Control and Prevention report shows that childhood trauma damages our health as adults.
Achy feet, tight shoulders, post-gym soreness? Read on.
New study published in ACS Synthetic Biology shows blue light could be the future of diabetes treatment.
New study establishes a connection between early retirement and decreased cognitive function, including memory recall.
New study published in PLOS One shows how poor sleep hurts your gut health.
New study showed that Americans have an average of 5 hours of free time a day—and they don't spend it exercising.
New study reveals new type of brain cells that help explain why women are more likely to suffer from anxiety than men.
Group of studies, published in the most recent issue of Alzheimer's Dementia, makes more connections between brain health and physical movement.