April 30th, 2018
Language. It can a blessing and a curse! This is especially true regarding our health. We receive pamphlets, forms, brochures, cards etc., about our health conditions or risks in terminology that is usually way over our heads. Diabetes is no stranger to this problem. Perhaps you have heard terms like LADA Diabetes, Gestastional, or Diabetes...
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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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