April 19th, 2018
Now that you have diabetes or pre-diabetes, what’s next? This is often a defining moment in about 90 million people’s lives throughout America. The doctor lets you know the you are pre-diabetic and diabetic, briefly summarizes the risks and makes recommendations for medication and suggests that you slow down on the sodas and starbucks’ coffee....
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January 28th, 2018
Dr. Michael Greger, MD, presents a strategy from a Yale professor of how to go past the emotionless data in order to grasp the attention of an audience of physicians. If we simply take a moment to close our eyes and imagine the face of someone we know who is suffering or suffered from cancer,...
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January 25th, 2018
Dr. George Guthrie, president of the American College of Lifestyle Medicine (ACLM), raised a concern that often accompanies any trending topic or idea: namely the definition of popular terms. In his ACLM president’s report, Dr. Guthrie catalogs the history of the term. 1988 – 1989 Ernst Wynder, an epidemiologist, first used the phrase Lifestyle Medicine in...
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May 20th, 2015
Check out this TED video, where Dan Buettner shares “How to Live to Be 100”, through research collected on his global Blue Zone study.