“Together we can identify where you’re having inflammation and discomfort.”
(6/8/15) Clinical Associate Professor Joan Salge Blake quoted.
“The liver is a great organ, and the kidneys are, too. They allow you to get rid of waste products that the body doesn’t need.”
“This puts you in control of the food, not the other way around. If you restrict eating a food to only once a week, it perpetuates the ‘all or nothing’ mentality. So when you allow yourself to eat it, you binge on it like it’s the last train out of town.”
The Master of Science Program in Speech-Language Pathology offers the following Summer 2015 information sessions:
- Friday, June 19 at 4:00
- Friday, July 17 at 4:00
- Friday, August 21 at 4:00
To RSVP, please contact Allie Michels.
Sargent MSOT Sammi Saunders discusses her inspiration for becoming an Occupational Therapist.
(5/28/15) Clinical Associate Professor Joan Salge Blake quoted.
“Americans have the safest food supply in the entire world. If you have someone who has absolutely no background in science and nutrition saying these things just to scare people out of eating food, that’s a disservice.”
“From Panera To McDonalds, Brands Move To ‘Un-Engineer’ Menus: Where That Matters, And Where It Doesn’t” – Joan Salge Blake Quoted
“This is a consumer trend. People want to be able to pronounce ingredients on the foods that they’re eating and are skeptical when they can’t.”
“In a new study, Clinical Professor of Health Sciences Eileen O’Keefe and colleagues from Boston University College of Health & Rehabilitation Sciences: Sargent College and Slone Epidemiology Center in Massachusetts, report major changes in cancer mortality in African Americans and Caucasians during the first decade of the 21st century. The researchers analyzed representative nationwide data from the Surveillance, Epidemiology, and End Results (SEER) program of the National Cancer Institute.”
“I really feel there’s a lot of stigma around those issues. There’s enormous shame when a student is diagnosed that I think comes from our society, comes from people’s families. Part of what we’re doing in our suicide prevention efforts on campuses is that we’re trying to promote this idea that help seeking is a positive adult behavior, and that everyone struggles.”