As scientists learn more about COVID-19, it has become clear that the virus impacts people in different ways and that symptoms can range in severity.
The Path to Lifestyle Change is being directed by Linda Delahanty, MS, RD, the Director of Nutrition and Behavioral Research at the Mass General Diabetes Center. She was one of the architects of the lifestyle programs developed for the landmark Diabetes Prevention Program and Look AHEAD lifestyle intervention trials. Professor Delahanty has over 25 years of experience designing and delivering lifestyle programs nationally and internationally that have achieved top performance and positive health outcomes.
This 2-year program, based on solid research, will be offered in a telephone conference group setting by Mass General Diabetes Center dietitians. The program will cover the basics of nutrition and physical activity and offer you cutting-edge behavior strategies and skills to help you lose weight, keep it off, be more active and maintain a healthier lifestyle.
The program is a fully covered benefit for AllWays Health members (and eligible family). Click here to take the short quiz. If you score at least a “5”, you may be eligible for this program.
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- Jul | 14 | 2020
La Dra. Janaki Vakharia, becaria clínica de la División de Endocrinología de Massachusetts General Hospital, analiza el impacto del COVID-19 en las personas con diabetes y ofrece consejos sobre cómo controlar la diabetes durante este período.
- May | 7 | 2020
La relación entre la diabetes y el COVID-19 es certera, pero las implicancias clínicas no están claras
Las series de casos identifican sistemáticamente a la diabetes mellitus como un factor de riesgo del COVID-19 grave. La Dra. Janaki D. Vakharia analiza ese tema y la pregunta relacionada de si tener el COVID-19 hace que las presentaciones de la diabetes sean más graves.
- Mar | 12 | 2020
Massachusetts General Hospital researchers have conducted the first study on individuals with anorexia that relates hunger and satiety to hormonal changes after a meal.
- Mar | 12 | 2020
In the first study of its kind, researchers at Massachusetts General Hospital identified a mechanism for the anorexigenic effect of oxytocin. It attenuates functional connectivity between the ventral tegmental area and other brain regions involved in processing visual food cues.
- Press Release
- Nov | 27 | 2019
In research led by investigators at Massachusetts General Hospital and published in Scientific Reports, treatment with an anti-inflammatory drug delayed the onset of disease in a mouse model of ALS.