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Intermittent fasting goes mainstream

Now, CNN is talking about it. “A review of past animal and human studies in The New England Journal of Medicine suggests that intermittent fasting can reduce blood pressure, aid in weight loss and improve longevity. The report functions as […]

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Treating exercise as medicine

“As researchers learn more about how exercise fights chronic ills like heart disease and diabetes, doctors may soon be able to treat physical activity as the powerful medicine it is.” | learn more

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What the 2020s have in store for aging Boomers

“I asked a dozen experts to identify important trends. Some responses were aspirational, reflecting what they’d like to see happen. Some were sobering, reflecting a harsh reality: Our nation isn’t prepared for this vast demographic shift and its far-reaching consequences.” | learn […]

to your health under the microscope

Microbiome 2020 🦠

If I say “think of your body,” what do you picture? Your eyes? Your heart? Your toes? Do you think about your bacteria? Perhaps you should; current science suggests our microbes are as much “us” as our brain or fingertips. […]

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When is fraudulent billing not fraud?

When it happens in healthcare! “Much of what we accept as legal in medical billing would be regarded as fraud in any other sector.” I’m reminded of Shakespeare and roses smelling as sweet by any other name. “So what is […]