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Read our blogs written by Lancaster General Health’s healthcare professionals. Our blogs discuss the latest news in medical care, treatment and research. If you are not a member of our Community but would like to make a comment on a blog, please Join the Community to add your comments every time you sign in.

Can weight-loss surgery help cure your diabetes?

James Ku, MD | 04/17/2014

If you’re obese and have diabetes, you may be able to dramatically reduce your diabetes symptoms by having weight-loss surgery. Your disease may even go into remission for good. Read more

Do you know what’s on the new nutrition label?

Jacqui Zimmerman, RD | 03/23/2014

If you do the grocery shopping for your household or are at all concerned about healthy eating, then you’ve undoubtedly found yourself mulling over food labels among the sea of brightly colored packages on the grocery store shelves. Well, just when you thought you were finally getting the hang of it, they may be changing! Read more

What’s all the hype about quinoa?

Jacqui Zimmerman, RD | 03/12/2014

If you follow any health food blogs or have been on Pinterest, you’ve undoubtedly seen something about quinoa. Why all the hype about this grain? For starters, 2013 was dubbed the “International Year of the Quinoa” by The Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations. And it has some amazing qualities that should make you consider adding it to your diet. Read more

Spice up your holiday menu!

Alexandria Hardy, RDN, LDN | 12/09/2013

Try something different this holiday season. Spice up your menu with the likes of cinnamon, ginger, and sage. Read more

Why should I keep a food record?

Meijuan Yan, M.D., Lancaster General Health Physicians Diabetes & Endocrinology | 10/03/2013

Have you ever kept a food record? Whenever a patient asks for diet pills, I always request a food record first. Why? Keeping a food record is a proven way to promote weight loss and to keep the weight off. It’s quite common for someone to lose a few pounds in a couple of weeks just by keeping a food record. Read more

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