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The new year brings new food trends with promises to help you stay healthy. Northern Arizona University dietitian and health educator Megan Anderson breaks down these new trends to show what you should and should not try this year to help you be healthier.
What it is: A mix of coffee, butter and medium chain triglyceride (MCT) oil that has been sensationalized as a miracle drink for long-lasting energy and weight loss.
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Northern Arizona University’s Fronske Health Center has been reaccredited by the Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care for a three-year term, the longest possible.
Accreditation also was awarded to NAU’s Counseling Center for the second consecutive time.
“Of the hundreds of university health centers across the country, only 197 have achieved accreditation status,” said Beth Applebee, executive director of Campus Health Services. “When you see our certificate of accreditation, you know that the association has determined we care enough about our… Read more