From the monthly archives: May 2018

The Power of Music

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Conductorcise has taken on wings. A company named SilverFit invited me and the Conductorcise program to Holland. SilverFit produces games, with stat of the art technology for Senior Centers and rehabilitation venues. Through much research and in collaborating with a software company in Brussels, they developed a game that is now being implemented in Care […]

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Dr. Greger has scoured the world’s scholarly literature on clinical nutrition, and developed this live presentation on the latest in cutting-edge research on how a healthy diet can affect some of our most common medical conditions.

 

DOCTOR’S NOTE

In my annual nutrition review last year, Continue Reading

Discerning when it is time for action or to postpone action becomes an art.  Our inner wisdom is our best teacher!  There is a time for creative action out of imagination and a time for creative meditation as we deepen our connectedness with all that is through our intuition.  There is a time to act […]

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Can government keep up with the accelerating rate of technologic change?  The answer is, usually not. In the US, at least, government moves slowly and is captive to multiple conflicting influences.  Legislators react after problems arise, and even then may not fully understand the underlying technology.

Instead, insurance companies may become the real regulators of […]

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What do you do about people who drain you? Who make you feel bad about yourself? Who are not happy when you have success or other positive events in your life? Or, what about the person who constantly looks at the world negatively?

Folks, we are responsible for our internal environment, and if that’s negative, […]

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Working toward (and maintaining) a healthy idea of beauty in yourself and others is the key to lasting happiness and productivity.

In a digital world wallpapered with selfies, it might be easy to assume that we are more confident than ever. But maybe all this rampant self-art also masks our huge lack of confidence – […]

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Older, not weaker

You may believe that growing older includes an inevitable decline from vitality to frailty. However, I know many people who would strongly disagree. Those people include…

Professional athletes over 40 carrying their teams to success 70-year-old Senior Olympians running a 5:42 mile My PRIMA patients completing a 5k in only 12 weeks of training […]

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We are now nine years into one of the longest bull markets in U.S. stock market history. The Dow Jones Industrial Average has risen more than 280% from the low on March 9, 2009. The question many investors are asking themselves today is “How long can this continue?” Can the market possibly continue at this […]

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For decades now climatologists have agreed that the first symptoms of global warming would be extreme weather events. (Here’s my 1989 Los Angeles Times article on the early researchers in the field.)

And I’ve argued that it will be extreme weather events that catalyze public opinion to demand further climate action from both governments and […]

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It is easy for one to pontificate, to verbalize how wonderful life is and just be positive, smiling, etc. That is easier SAID than DONE. Let me relate a true story that reflects the conditions of our times.

A very good friend of mine worked for a major company in New York City for many […]

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