From the monthly archives: January 2019

Moving to Humor

On January 24, 2019 By

My heart is filled with appreciation for the precious people who have enriched my life throughout the years with their wonder-filled sense of humor.  Every time I think of them I experience a joyful sense of lightness and a deep-seated renewal.

“A well-developed sense of humor is the pole that adds balance to your steps […]

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Is This All There Is?

On January 22, 2019 By

A subtle killer stalks us at various times in life. It creeps up on us and overtakes us, exhausting and draining our energy. This creeping force is more prevalent than burnout. Yet, few of us can name it.

It’s “rustout.” And, today, rustout is rampant. Effectively, rustout is the opposite of burnout. But, many of […]

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Investors assets held in target-date funds reached a record of $1.44 trillion at the end of 20171 up 30.5% from the end of 2016. The primary reason for the increase has been cited as the fund’s popularity as the default investment option for employer sponsored defined contribution plans such as 401(k) and 403(b)s. Experts say target-date […]

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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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The Future of Learning

On January 11, 2019 By

What is the future of learning?

Watch this video from Michael Rogers as he shares insight into what the future holds for AI (Artificial Intelligence) and more.

 

The Future of Learning from Michael Rogers on Vimeo.

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Discoveries made along my Parkinson’s journey

Exercise and Parkinson’s. If you have PD you have been bombarded since diagnosis with the message that you need to exercise. Whether it’s dance or walking, running or resistance training, swimming or boxing, the message is relentless that you should be physically active. Enough Already!

Since August of 2010 […]

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Researchers find exercise often works just as well as drugs for the treatment of heart disease and stroke, and the prevention of diabetes.

Exercise is medicine.

Watch this video to learn more.

In health,
Michael Greger, M.D.

 

Sponsored by Willow Valley Communities

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