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The red rosy ingredient in today’s Tasty Thursday recipe is a radish. Megan Hewitt and Katie Salmon, students at The College of Saint Elizabeth, and dietetic interns at Saint Peter’s, shared the recipe as part of a project that featured a farmer’s market-themed menu in the Saint Peter’s cafeteria. In addition to dishes prepared by our
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Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) is not a disease, but rather a group of symptoms that occur together. Symptoms can come and go and their frequency and severity is often aggravated and affected by stress, which is why, in addition to infections and muscular problems of the colon, researchers continue to study the connection between stress
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Our partners at the American Diabetes Association call this recipe below a “modern” tuna casserole. The recipe makeover calls for adding vegetables so that this dish usually high in carbs and fat becomes a healthier option. A serving – an 1/8 of the casserole or about 1 cup – contains 14 grams of protein, 460
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Vaccines provide protection against disease. To mark Infant Immunization Week, we share the following graphic from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention with recommended timetables for childhood immunizations. Visit here http://www.saintpetershcs.com/News-and-Events/Featured-Articles/2013/Best-Shot/ to learn more about immunizations.
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Since the cold of winter seems to be lingering through spring, how about a Tasty Thursday recipe for a comfort food that is satisfying to the taste buds when it’s as damp as it’s been these past few days? Teresa Grasso, RD, CDE, Saint Peter’s outpatient nutritionist, recommends this chili recipe to patients. High in
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