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Lifestyle Choices for optimising health: exercise, nutrition, sleep

By Dr Nicky Keay Lifestyle factors of exercise, nutrition and sleep are vital for optimising health. As in the illustration shown, ideally we should be in the green zone – representing a balance between these lifestyle factors. Slipping into the peripheral red zone represents an imbalance: either too much or too little of any of these […]

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Glasgow Medical School leading the way on physical activity education: our three steps to success!

By Dr John Paul Leach Like many clinicians and medical educators, I am convinced of the need to energetically promote physical activity to all strata of society, but especially students and patients. I am lucky, in that my joint role as an educator and clinician, I have a chance to do just this – promote […]

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Lifestyle Medicine – helping individuals and families adopt and sustain healthy behaviors : A practitioner’s unexpected Journey

By Dr. Bobby Masocol I’m a new sports medicine doctor, fresh out of training and now in academic practice teaching family medicine residents and sports medicine fellows. Prior to this job, I was asked by one of my mentors to develop a Lifestyle Medicine Clinic to compliment the unique curriculum at the University of South […]

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Passionate about proactive healthcare? Look no further…#MET2015

Move Eat Treat is a movement to equip all healthcare practitioners with the skills to positively influence their patients’ lifestyle choices, fostering a healthy and happy Great Britain. As follow-up from our groundbreaking inaugural summit in 2013, we invite you to join us at the Institute of Sport Exercise and Health (ISEH) in London on […]

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