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Old Fashioned Bone Broths Still the Best

Nutrition Tips March 2015: Old Fashioned Bone Broths Still the Best By Tammera J. Karr Over the years, I have tried a number of broth mixes for convenience, but they all have fallen flat, compared to the hearty, rich, and nourishing broths made by my mother and others, back in the day. “Good broth will […]

The Nurse Sees it First The Effects of Parental Divorce on Children and Adolescents

The Nurse Sees it First The Effects of Parental Divorce on Children and Adolescents By Jolene Oppawsky The high divorce rate involves, and negatively affects, many children and adolescents. Studies and clinical reports of the effects of divorce on children show that these children and adolescents respond to parental divorce with an array of symptoms. […]

Essentialism in Food Preference

Essentialism in Food Preference By Shulan Lu, PhD, Department of Psychology Derek Harter, PhD, Department of Computer Science Individual differences in food preference is a complex topic no single theory can account for.  In addition to the evolutionary and biological determinants of food preferences, this paper discusses the psychological factors underlying variations in food preferences.  In […]