For months now, I have been sounding the alarm about brain health, dementia, and Alzheimer’s Disease. I feel like I am standing at the crest of a hill, watching as legions of people march toward a cliff that
I appreciate a lot of the medical research that goes on in this country. I don’t necessarily agree with what they decide to do with that information (namely, producing more chemicals to treat disease), but I am glad
(I know, it’s kind of a silly play on words, and I was probably the only one that got it. We normally go back
I hope you’re having a great holiday season. We’re entering the final stretch now, moving from the gift-giving, party-throwing, sugary-food-eating season toward New Year’s Day and the last-year-regretting, new-life-planning, resolution-setting, fitness-desiring, top-of-the-year reset.
It’s Resolution Season
Last week, I promised to show you a powerful brain exercise that some of my readers are going to love…and some might not.
In our discussion of dementia prevention, we’ve talked about eating a brain-healthy
I’ve been thinking a lot about brains lately.
A few weeks ago, I posted an article about simple tips for keeping your brain healthy through your adult years. It sparked a lot of interest with people,
I was at Whole Foods the other day when an elderly couple caught my attention. They were walking slowly in front of me in a crowded aisle, and although I was feeling some time pressure, it seemed rude
If you’re ever having difficulty sleeping, give me a call and I’ll give you some of my medical texts to read. In these sacred texts, you will learn the finer points of caring for interesting body parts, including
All this talk over the last several weeks about the Mediterranean Diet (and our terrific Fundamental Foods and Friends Dinner with Julianna Sagitta on Thursday night) has got me thinking about running.
Not running away (although