April Topic: METABOLIC SYNDROME. 4th Patient: A Birthday Defibrillator...Every week: a New Patient and Every day: Insights for your clinical skills set...Every month: a new broad medical Topic.
TRUE/FALSE? Marketers are indifferent to the moods of exercisers...False, they study them constantly...strategizing profitable ways to use them
2ND OPINION: One marketing study found those who walked for the ‘exercise’...ate more after a workout than those walking for the ‘scenery’.
FANCY THAT! More fun in a walk reduces eating afterwards, so: earbuds music, a scenic park, a companion or cell calls to traveling friends.
PATIENT OF MINE: a dietitian calls it the day’s 4th meal: for so many patients...all our snacking totals 400 to 600 calories...the 4th meal!
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