In college, there's the Freshman 15, but during the pandemic, the weight gain has been much more for a lot of people. Nutrition, hydration, sleep and exercise have been put on the back burner, and it's having an impact on our health; CBS2's Vanessa Murdock reports.
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Health Experts Offer Advice For Individuals Experiencing Weight Gain During PandemicIn college, there's the Freshman 15, but during the pandemic, the weight gain has been much more for a lot of people. Nutrition, hydration, sleep and exercise have been put on the back burner, and it's having an impact on our health; CBS2's Vanessa Murdock reports.
On Governors Island, A Lush Garden Finds New Purpose"It's definitely in the spirit of the victory gardens during the Second World War," program manager Shawn Connell told CBS2's Elle McLogan.
Experts Offer Advice For Getting Back To Healthy Habits Changed By COVID-19 PandemicWith lives so completely changed by the COVID-19 pandemic, many have let healthy habits go by the wayside, but can back to the office mean back to better health? CBS2's Dave Carlin reports.
NYC Nonprofit Trying To Meet Demand For Healthy FoodAs the coronavirus pandemic lingers on, more and more New Yorkers are finding it hard to get ahold of healthy food, but at least one nonprofit is trying to meet the demand; CBS2's Vanessa Murdock reports.
Demanding Answers: What's The Quality Given Out By NYC's Food Assistance Program?There are questions being raised about the city's multi-million dollar COVID-19 food program amid charges that some deliveries arrive spoiled and others lack proper nutrition. CBS2 political reporter Marcia Kramer is demanding answers.
New York State Program Helps Provide Food For Queens CommunityPeople struggling financially during the coronavirus pandemic lined up to receive hot meals being handed out in Queens on Saturday. A new state program is helping provide food for a community; CBS2's Cory James reports.
Coronavirus Diet: Tips For Planting Cold- And Warm-Weather VeggiesWhile stuck at home due to the coronavirus pandemic, you may want to put that time to use by doing something that can help feed your family. Vegetable gardens can be started right now with cool weather crops, and you don’t need a backyard, CBS2’s Carolyn Gusoff reports.
Coronavirus Update: How To Avoid Overeating While Spending More Time At HomeAs families continue to stay home, there's a growing concern about weight gain and binge eating while there; CBS2's Charlie Cooper reports.
More People Growing ‘Victory Gardens’ For Food And Stress ReliefFood continues to fly off grocery store shelves across the Tri-State Area, with no end in sight, so many are taking control by growing their own. CBS2's Nina Kapur reports.
Coronavirus: Due To Crushing Food Demand, Long Island Stores To Hire ThousandsOn Long Island there has been a crushing demand, like a pre-snowstorm surge. CBS2's Jennifer McLogan reports.
Max Minute: How Much Do High Doses Of Vitamins Help Against COVID-19?Certain vitamins can lead to many serious diseases, from scurvy to brain malformations but the fact that we need vitamins has led many to think that vitamins can be the cure for many diseases unrelated to their original bodily function.
Nutritionist Offers Advice On How To Eat Well During Coronavirus QuarantineIt's an uncertain time, but we still need to stay healthy with exercise and diet. Nutritionist Dr. Felicia Stoler has some advice on how to eat well when you're stuck inside.
Coronavirus Update: Nassau County Exec Laura Curran Update On COVID-19Nassau County Executive Laura Curran shared an update on 1,029 new cases in her Long Island county, bringing the total there to 2,497 cases.
Coronavirus Update: Run On Groceries Continue As Stores Race To Keep UpEmpty shelves devoid of milk, bread and other food items appear to just be part of the new reality in New York City. CBS2's Nick Caloway reports.
Coronavirus Update: New Jersey Now Closing Schools Statewide By WednesdaySome areas hardest hit by the COVID-19 outbreak have already closed schools along with non-essential businesses. CBS2's Christine Fan reports.
Coronavirus Update: As Students Head Home, School Meals Continue In NYCGrab-and-go meals continued to be available for students in need of a meal. CBS2's Aundrea Cline-Thomas reports.
Coronavirus Prevention: Solid Nutrition Key To Fending Off Any VirusWhile there’s a lot of hype on the internet about what to do about the coronavirus experts say put that aside and instead focus on common sense scientifically proven ways to boost your immune system now. CBS2's Mary Calvi reports.
How To Prevent And Deal With Childhood ObesityPediatrician Dr. Michael Ronan, with ProHEALTH Care, says he finds obesity to be the most significant pediatric health issue in the Tri-State Area.
How Food Bacteria Help Keep Healthy SkinWhen it comes to having healthy skin, that might just be true. Not only is the food you eat important to that healthy glow, but so is the bacteria we consume. Author, biochemist, and beauty nutrition expert Paula Simpson stopped by to discuss it with CBS2's Alice Gainer and Cindy Hsu.
NewTrition City: Cauliflower RiceWhere to find the lower carb regular rice substitute - but still feel like you’re eating the real deal!
NewTrition City: Gluten FreeNew York City is serving up everyone’s favorite comfort foods, without the gluten or the guilt - where to find them!
NewTrition City: BrunchThe best meal of the day just got better, AND better for you!
What You Need To Know About A Plant-Based LifestyleEmbracing a plant-based lifestyle doesn't mean giving up meat all the time; CBS2's Vanessa Murdock reports.
Breakthrough Hold Promise For Those With Celiac Disease, Gluten IssuesCeliac is a painful intestinal disease where gluten, a protein in wheat and other grains triggers the immune system to attack the patient’s small intestine. The trick is how to rein in that autoimmune attack. CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez reports.