Director, Center for Integrative Medicine, Cleveland Clinic


Dr. Edwards received her medical degree from the University of Michigan. For the past 12 years, she has been teaching complementary and alternative medicine courses at the Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine. She earned a Masters of Medical Education degree from John Carroll University/Case Western Reserve University in 2002, and completed the Harvard Macy Physician as Teacher Fellowship at the Harvard School of Education in 1998.

Dr. Edwards provides Integrative Medicine consultations at the Center for Integrative Medicine, as well as supervises a growing staff of complementary care providers. She also sees patients at the Cleveland Clinic Independence Family Health Center, where she maintains a small primary care practice.

Her clinical interests include nutrition for the prevention and treatment of chronic illness, as well as mind-body therapies, and spirituality and healing.

3 Dos & Don'ts for Microwaving Popcorn

Microwave guru chef Matt Abdoo has his three tips for making the best, fluffiest and perfectly cooked popcorn.

Microwave popcorn is one of the best snacks! But sometimes it's difficult to get that perfect bowl. So microwave guru chef Matt Abdoo has his three tips for making the best, fluffiest and perfectly cooked popcorn.

DON'T USE THE POPCORN BUTTON

As tempting and easy as it may be, don't fall for the "Popcorn" button on your microwave. Not all microwaves are made the same, so they won't cook your bag the same way either. And there's no sensor to determine when the bag is ready, so it'll just keep cooking your popcorn until the set amount of time finishes.

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