Recent Submissions

  • MOTHeRS' Project Food Safety Tips 

    Craven, Kay; Smith, Brittany; Kolasa, Kathryn M (2020-12)
    The MOTHeRS’ Project was developed in 2020 with funding from the United Healthcare Foundation (UHF), ECU Physicians and the Departments of OB-GYN, Psychiatry and Family Medicine, to utilize NC-STeP - a statewide telepsychiatry ...
  • MOTHeRS' Project Plate and Shopping Guide 

    Craven, Kay; Smith, Brittany; Kolasa, Kathryn M (2020-12)
    The MOTHeRS’ Project was developed in 2020 with funding from the United Healthcare Foundation (UHF), ECU Physicians, and the Departments of OB-GYN, Psychiatry and Family Medicine, to utilize NC-STeP - a statewide telepsychiatry ...
  • MOTHeRS' Project Recipes 

    Craven, Kay; Smith, Brittany; Kolasa, Kathryn M (2020-12)
    The MOTHeRS’ Project was developed in 2020 with funding from the United Healthcare Foundation (UHF), ECU Physicians, and the Departments of OB-GYN, Psychiatry and Family Medicine, to utilize NC-STeP—a statewide telepsychiatry ...
  • MOTHeRS' Project Technical Report 

    Craven, Kay; Smith, Brittany; Kolasa, Kathryn M (2020-12)
    The MOTHeRS’ Project was developed in 2020 with funding from the United Healthcare Foundation (UHF), ECU Physicians and the Departments of OB-GYN, Psychiatry and Family Medicine, to utilize NC-STeP—a statewide telepsychiatry ...
  • MOTHeRS' Project Food Guide for Women with Gestational Diabetes 

    Dorriety, Janina; Craven, Kay; Smith, Brittany; Kolasa, Kathryn M (2020-12)
    The MOTHeRS’ Project was developed in 2020 with funding from the United Healthcare Foundation (UHF), ECU Physicians and the Departments of OB-GYN, Psychiatry and Family Medicine, to utilize NC-STeP — a statewide telepsychiatry ...
  • the MIND diet handout 

    Smith, Brittany; Craven, Kay; Kolasa, Kathryn (2020-11-01)
    The 2 page handout was designed to help patients/clients visualize an eating approach emphasizing food found in reducing dementia risk and slowing cognitive decline. It is based on the book, "Diet for the Mind" by Martha ...
  • How to cook healthy meals at home on a budget 

    Trei, Alexander; Kolasa, Kathryn M (2021-02-24)
    This is a weekly Q and A newspaper column under the byline of Dr. Kathy Kolasa. Today's column discussed how to eat healthy on a budget.
  • Avoid the "Southern Diet"??? What Really?? 

    Kolasa, Kathryn; Firnhaber, Gina; Craven, Kay (2020)
    As far as eating patterns go, the southern diet is often viewed as synonymous with poor food choices. But is it really? How do we know? When attempting to balance patient beliefs, habits, and cultural norms with best ...
  • Diet enhances, improves running experience 

    Khanchandani, Ashish; Kolasa, Kathryn M (2021-02-03)
    This is a weekly Q and A newspaper column under the byline of Dr. Kathy Kolasa. Today's column is about how diet can improve running experiences.
  • Get exercise, information during Walk-With-A-Doc 

    Zeches, Breann A; Kolasa, Kathryn M (2020-09-30)
    This is a weekly Q and A newspaper column under the byline of Dr. Kathy Kolasa. Today's column highlights the importance of preventive health measures through 1-hour physical activity with local physicians.
  • Guidelines put peanuts, eggs on menu for babies 

    Adams, Danielle; Kolasa, Kathryn M (2021-01-06)
    This is a weekly Q and A newspaper column under the byline of Dr. Kathy Kolasa. Today's column is about the change in Dietary Guidelines that now recommends feeding infants peanuts and eggs to prevent allergies.
  • Utilizing Metabolomics and Proteomics for Clinical Applications 

    McIntyre, Kadesha S (East Carolina University, 2020-11-03)
    Medical conditions such as heart failure and infant outcomes related to in utero drug exposure have become prevalent amongst the world population. As we observe alarming trends in poor health choices, treating these ...
  • Healthy Eating also is good for the planet 

    Trei, Alexander; Kolasa, Kathryn M (2020-07-29)
    This is a weekly Q and A newspaper column under the byline of Dr. Kathy Kolasa. Today's column is a discussion between the efforts of our community members to maintain healthy diets while trying to make a more sustainable ...
  • Stay Healthy with holiday advice 

    Unknown author (2020-12-02)
    This is a weekly Q and A newspaper column under the byline of Dr. Kathy Kolasa. Today's column is navigating how to stay healthy throughout the holiday season.
  • Heart healthy Diet Helps Prevent Prostate Cancer 

    Klose, Charles; Kolasa, Kathryn (2020-11-04)
    This is a weekly Q and A newspaper column under the byline of Dr. Kathy Kolasa. This column edition is meant to educate and inform readers about dietary strategies that are associated with decreased prostate cancer risk.
  • Breakfast Really Is an Important Meal 

    Prabhu, Sanjana; Kolasa, Kathryn M (2020-08-12)
    This is a weekly Q and A newspaper column under the byline of Dr. Kathy Kolasa. Today's column is about the importance of not skipping breakfast.
  • Mushrooms may be good medicine 

    McLaughlin, Danielle; Kolasa, Kathryn M (2020-09-09)
    This is a weekly Q and A newspaper column under the byline of Dr. Kathy Kolasa. Today's column is about medicinal mushrooms and some if the potential benefits and risks, especially related to cancer and neurogenerative ...
  • CBD products require care 

    Maness, Phil; Kolasa, Kathryn M (2020-09-19)
    This is a weekly Q and A newspaper column under the byline of Dr. Kathy Kolasa. Today's column defines CBD oils and hemp products. Discusses the risks and potential benefits of its use; the legal status in NC in 2020; ...
  • MECHANISMS OF LEFT VENTRICULAR REMODELING IN PHYSIOLOGICAL AND PATHOLOGICAL CONDITIONS 

    Grilo, Gabriel Araujo (East Carolina University, 8/5/2020)
    Cardiac remodeling is composed of molecular, cellular, and interstitial changes in the cardiac tissue that affect the size, shape, and function of the heart. There are two types of cardiac remodeling: physiological and ...
  • Eat more family meals at home 

    Viscardi, Chelsea; Kolasa, Kathryn M (2018-09-05)
    This is a Q and A newspaper column. The topic, to celebrate Family Meals at Home month encouraged families to eat at least one more meal at home a week. The article describes research findings of the benefit of doing so.

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