New Meaning to EAT + RUN

By US Daily Review Staff.

U.S. News & World Report announced today the launch of a blogging network featuring advice from leading thinkers in diet and fitness. A considerable expansion of U.S. News’s Health and Wellness offerings, “Eat+Run” will provide readers with concrete tips to separate fads from facts and bolster good health.

“In a world increasingly flooded with information, and misinformation, the need for clear and trustworthy insight has never been more important,” says Kimberly Castro, Managing Editor of U.S. News’s Money and Health sections. “We take seriously our historic mission to provide readers with ‘News You Can Use,’ and Eat+Run delivers on our commitment to service journalism and helping our readers thrive.”

With its roster of luminaries in diet and fitness, Eat+Run is poised to inspire readers with pithy and practical guidance and reflects U.S. News’s increasingly robust health coverage. The company recently added Best Diets to its portfolio of rankings, which includes, for example, Best Hospitals and Best Colleges.

Among those who will be blogging for Eat+Run are physicians, academics, registered dietitians, fitness experts, celebrity trainers, and an organic farmer.

For updates and more information, follow Eat+Run on Twitter at @eatandrunUSN and visit the new network at www.health.usnews.com.

According to a statementU.S. News & World Report is a multi-platform, digital publisher of news and analysis, which includes the digital-only U.S. News Weekly magazine, www.usnews.com, and www.rankingsandreviews.com. Focusing on Health, Money, Education, Travel, Cars, and Public Service/Opinion, U.S. News has earned a reputation as the leading provider of service news and information that improves the quality of life of its readers. U.S. News & World Report‘s signature franchise includes its News You Can Use® brand of journalism and its “Best series of consumer guides that include rankings of colleges, graduate schools, hospitals, mutual funds, health plans, and more.

All opinions expressed on USDR are those of the author and not necessarily those of US Daily Review.

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