Wellness Wednesday: Breast Cancer Racial Disparities, Fatty Liver Disease, Eating Seafood Safely
It's common knowledge that seafood is healthy, but what types of seafood are best and how to pick them out at the grocery store is not. Some varieties of seafood, such as scallops and tilapia, don't contain high amounts omega-3 fatty acids, which are one of the main nutrients associated with seafood. Today we'll discuss how to safely choose seafood, racial disparities in breast cancer rates and fatty liver disease.
- Carol DeSantis, Director, Breast and Gynecological Cancer Surveillance at the American Cancer Society
- Allison Payten, Program Coordinator, Pink Pathways program for African American women at the OhioHealth Research & Innovation Institute
- Kristin Kirkpatrick, Registered Dietitian and Wellness Manager, Cleveland Clinic Wellness Institute
- Keri Szejda, Food Safety and Health Communication Scholar, Arizona State University's Center for Research on Ingredient Safety