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Doctors increasingly focus on treating prediabetes

The Dallas Morning News
November 2, 2010

After receiving the news that he was prediabetic, 10-year-old Blake Brown and his mother, Karen, decided to make a change starting with the Healthy Habits for Kids program at Cooper Clinic. Full of easy, smart ideas to jump start Blake's healthy lifestyle, Cooper Clinic dietitian, Patty Kirk began working with Blake to infuse health into his new life.


Weight-Loss Transformations: How I walked Myself Slim

Woman's Day Magazine
November 1, 2010

Cooper Wellness veteran Peg Williams is highlighted in the November issue of Woman's Day Magazine for her amazing weight-loss transformation. Through the Cooper Wellness six-day program, Peg learned how to eat healthy and take her workouts on the road to fit her travel-heavy lifestyle.


Stay Skinny Without Giving Up Your Favs

NBC 5 - Dallas Fort Worth
October 25, 2010

Cooper Fitness Center's Female Focus program along with healthy eating habits helped Susan Nace drop 45 pounds. See Susan's story as well as Cooper Clinic dietitian Meridan Zerner's advice on combating your sweet cravings.


Soccer snacks for a healthy team

The Dallas Morning News
October 19, 2010

Orange slices, bananas, and whole grain crackers are becoming increasingly popular snacks at children's sporting events. Cooper Clinic dietitian, Merdian Zerner weighs in on these healthy snacks and gives her recommendations for young athletes.


Enthusiastic crowd greets guru behind popular P90X workout

The Dallas Morning News
October 18, 2010

The popular workout trend, P90X takes participants "from regular to ripped in 90 days." But is this a good idea? Cooper Clinic personal trainer and registered dietitian Merdian Zerner weighs in on the new fitness trend.


Weight classes aim to balance races

The New York Times' Well Blog
October 4, 2010

The article about Clydesdale race runners (weighing over 200 pounds) highlights The Cooper Institute's finding that it's better to be overweight and fit than thin and sedentary.


United Way of Dallas changes funding policy as donation campaign begins

The Dallas Morning News
September 30, 2010

The Cooper Institute and The United Way of Metropolitan Dallas hosted a fundraising campaign kick-off breakfast for the Healthy Zone School Recognition Program. This event served as the kickoff of United Way's annual fundraising campaign.


Nutrition is never a winner on the State Fair of Texas midway

The Dallas Morning News
September 21, 2010

Cynthanne Duryea, a Cooper Clinic dietitian, shared guidance for fairgoers hungry for the fried treats at the State Fair of Texas. She emphasizes that everything is acceptable in moderation.


The link between body and brain

The Atlanta Journal Constitution
September 20, 2010

Armed with The Cooper Institute's FITNESSGRAM data from schools nationwide, Dr. Kenneth Cooper shares insights about the connection between student fitness levels, attendance, and academic achievement.


5K to raise funds for standout triathlete Proud, an ALS sufferer

The Dallas Morning News
September 2, 2010

Cooper Fitness Center Running Pro Diane Proud, an ALS sufferer, hosted a highly successful 5k at Cooper Aerobics Center on Sept. 11 benefiting the ALS Association.


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