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The Health section is dedicated to the application of behavior analytic principles to health maintenance, nutrition, dieting, and the health benefits of focusing on behavior and its consequences. Three primary health problems, eating, exercise, and smoking, have been the focus of behavioral approaches to health.

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4 Mindless Habits That Are Hurting Your Weight Loss Get Focused to Get Back on Track Megan Coatley, M.A., BCBA
Megan Coatley, M.A., BCBA, teaches healthy behavioral life skills and shares her article from SPARK Behavior Solutions.
Tags: Weight loss, ABA and weight loss, healthy living, Megan Coatley, behavioral skills
6 Ways to Maintain Your Mental Flexibility by Megan Coatley
Megan Coatley gives behavioral-based tips
Tags: Mental flexibility, behavioral help for memory, Megan Coatley
Health Coaching, Surfing & Yoga - An interview with an ABA Health Consultant
An interview with Megan Coatley, M.A., BCBA, teaching healthy behavioral life skills through SPARK Behavior Solutions and a retreat in Costa Rica.
Tags: ABA and Health, Megan Coatley, behavioral life skills
Keeping Track to Avoid Losing Track by Dr. Darlene Crone-Todd
"There's an app for that"... Darlene Crone-Todd motivates us for weight loss and diet control
Tags: diet, how to use behavioral approach to diet, apps to help, Dr. Darlene Crone-Todd
The Worst New Year's Resolutions You Can Make - Start Strong by Starting with the Right Goals
An inspirational article by Megan Coatley, M.A., BCBA, as published at www.sparkpeople.com. Megan utilizes behavioral solutions to spark healthy lifestyle change.
Tags: Health tips, behavioral solutions for lifestyle change, Megan Coatley
Thomas. A Health Story by Frank J. Marone, Ph.D., BCBA-D
Frank Marone, Ph.D., BCBA-D, shares an ABA story of continuing progress, helping a developmentally adult with diabetes regulation lead a healthier life
Tags: ABA and Health, ABA help with diabetes, Frank J. Marone
A Review of Craniosacral Therapy by Thomas Zane, Ph.D.
Thomas Zane, Ph.D., BCBA-D, shares his column, "Science, Fads, and Applied Behavior Analysis" with the Cambridge Center.
Tags: Science Fads and ABA, Thomas Zane, Craniosacral Therapy, CST
Chelation Therapy: Warning by the Food and Drug Administration
Thomas Zane, Ph.D., BCBA-D, shares his column, "Science, Fads, and Applied Behavior Analysis" with the Cambridge Center.
Tags: Thomas Zane, Chelation Therapy, Autism Treatment Fads
Demands of a New Baby
This articles focuses on the importance of sharing the responsibilities of a new baby. Most of us believe that both parents should be dedicated to caring for their children. But other adults - aunts, uncles, grandparents, and friends - can easily forget that they also share in that responsibility.
Do Vaccines Cause Autism? by William Ahearn
A brief review of the literature on the relation between vaccines and autism. Evidence does not support claims that vaccines are related to autism.
Tags: autism, vaccines

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