For those who plan to gather for Thanksgiving, experts at OMRF offer advice to minimize the risk of spreading Covid-19.
Mythbusters: Turkey doesn’t really make you sleepy
Most of us blame our drowsiness on the delicious turkey at the center of the holiday smorgasbord. But is there any truth to this poultry’s nap-inducing reputation?
For a healthy holiday, add some color to your Thanksgiving dinner
Adding fruits and veggies to your plate can help reduce excess calories.
Give your Thanksgiving an Italian accent
Spread out your feast into courses to avoid overeating.
What is the impact of the holiday binge?
Are there long-term effects from occasional overeating?
There’s more to Thanksgiving drowsiness than turkey
Carbs, not tryptophan, are to blame for many post-meal naps.