November 28, 2014

Berkeley Wellness

BerkeleyWellness.com, the leading online resource for evidence-based wellness information, is a collaboration between the School of Public Health at UC Berkeley and a national team of writers and editors. It features articles from the highly rated UC Berkeley Wellness Letter as well as original content and updates.

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  • Fish from the Pacific
    Ask the Experts

    Fish from the Pacific

    by Berkeley Wellness

    The meltdown at the Fukushima nuclear reactor released tons of radioactive seawater back into the Pacific. Consequently, many people are worried about the risks of eating fish and other sea life harvested from the Pacific Ocean.

  • Disposable Gloves
    Ask the Experts

    Disposable Gloves

    by Berkeley Wellness

    If you've ever wondered how much protection disposable gloves provide at the deli counter and elsewhere, you aren't the only one. There are many factors that can improve—or impair—effectiveness.

  • Why ‘Fun’ Workouts Are Better

    Why ‘Fun’ Workouts Are Better

    by Berkeley Wellness

    Some people eat a lot after working out—and thus don’t lose weight— because they use food as a reward for their exertion. Framing the workout as “fun,” however, may negate this effect.