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Cooper and Staubach: Keeping Texas' youth healthy is a priority

Amarillo Globe-News
May 17, 2015

Dr. Kenneth H. Cooper and Roger Staubach discuss the importance of keeping Texas' youth healthy and fit through the use of FitnessGram in Texas schools.

Slimmer for Summer

FOX 4 Good Day
May 17, 2015

Swimsuit season is almost here and Cooper Clinic dietitian Meridan Zerner explains how you can safely speed up your weight loss

A celebration of women’s fitness

The Dallas Morning News
April 5, 2015

Cooper Clinic's Dr. Riva Rahl discusses how female participation in sports and athletic events continues to grow.

Fitness guidelines are a good place to start

San Antonio Express-News
April 4, 2015

Dr. Cooper and other experts explain the recommended amount of exercise needed to maintain a healthy lifestyle.

Fitness affects men’s cancer risks, survival rates

The Boston Globe
April 3, 2015

Men who are physically fit in middle age have a lower risk of developing certain cancers, according to a new study in JAMA Oncology based on data collected by the Cooper Institute.

Renowned doctor speaks to students at Oklahoma school named for him

April 1, 2015

Dr. Kenneth Cooper visited students at the Putnam City school district middle school that bears his name. Kenneth Cooper Middle School is at 8001 River Bend Blvd. in Oklahoma City.

Food Myths

FOX 4 Good Day
March 20, 2015

FOX 4's Jenny Anchondo takes a closer look at the foods that can help or hurt your health. Cooper Clinic Dietitian Meridan Zerner explains the myths behind certain foods.

OCU hosts exercise pioneer Dr. Kenneth H. Cooper

Edmond Sun
March 4, 2015

Oklahoma City University hosted preventive medicine pioneer Dr. Kenneth H. Cooper for a presentation in the Kerr McGee Auditorium in Meinders School of Business. Following his presentation, the university bestowed Dr. Cooper with an honorary Doctor of Science degree.

Cooper Nutrition Expo

FOX 4 Good Day
March 1, 2015

Learn tips for healthy eating and more at the Cooper Nutrition Expo.

Cholesterol Guidelines and Diet

Fox 4 News
February 16, 2015

New research suggests cholesterol is no longer considered a nutrient of concern for over-consumption. Oftentimes if a food is higher in cholesterol, it's also high in saturated fats. Learn more from Cooper Clinic Dietitian on Good Day Fox 4.

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