Category Archives: healthy lifestyle

No, That’s Not True, Mr. President – and Why It Matters

Last week, a New Yorker political piece by Evan Osnos included this: “Other than golf, [Trump] considers exercise misguided, arguing that a person, like a battery, is born with a finite amount of energy.” This is not the first time that … Continue reading

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The Health of Our Care – Good Luck

I find myself unable to write my usual end-of-year post. You know, the take good care, be good to yourself, and be active post. I can’t write that at the close of this year because all I can think of … Continue reading

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Happy Father’s Day!

In advance of Father’s Day here in the U.S., I’d like to share a few pictures from my recent vacation with my parents. We took two weeks, went to Madrid (where they first lived as a young newly-married couple), and … Continue reading

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New Tricks for Old Dogs

Today did not go as planned. Finally a day off – ski day! After a very long week last week, with 5 concerts, 7 rehearsals, 2 fitness clients, doc visit (just routine, all fine), traffic, idiot drivers, and way too many … Continue reading

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Happy Holidays – in Moderation

The holidays are upon us. We’re all busy running around, shopping, decorating, going to concerts and parties. Oh yes, and working.  It’s hard to keep up with everything normally; this month it can seem impossible. Which is why there are … Continue reading

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That’s Entertainment

Television is entertainment. Watching Dr Oz, or ER does not make you a doctor. (especially Dr Oz, who once was a careful, skilled doctor, but now seems completely willing to sell out truth for dollars – and lots of them – … Continue reading

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World Cancer Day – Choices

February 4 – World Cancer Day. That’s today. All over the world and the internet there are events, seminars, online discussions, panels to talk about cancer. To all of this, I humbly offer my 2 cents. Cancer. It’s big and … Continue reading

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Back To Basics – Preventing Cancer With Better Lifestyle Choices

Here we go, getting back to basics: What’s so important about exercise and other lifestyle choices? According to the American Cancer Society‘s “Cancer Facts & Figures 2012”, lifestyle choices can have a huge affect on cancer risk. Researchers reviewed existing … Continue reading

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Of Butts and Men

There was a news story from last week that may have been overlooked by many in the rush to Christmas, and I feel compelled to comment on it. It was reported that Rep. Jim Sensenbrenner (R. WI) told a group … Continue reading

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Healthy Lifestyles at the United Nations

I was excited that this week the United Nations held a 2-day summit on non-communicable diseases (NCDs). There were high-level meetings discussing the social and economic costs of NCDs and ways to combat the issue worldwide, including healthier diets, more … Continue reading

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