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
Now that we’ve packed up the last remnants of 2018 and the new year is well underway, I want to start looking ahead again.
No, I’m not kidding.
I know, we’re supposed to be done with
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,
America is getting fat.
Maybe you’ve noticed it happening gradually around you…or to you.
As a nation, we’ve fallen prey to a culture of luxury that promotes sensory overstimulation on several levels — overstimulating our eyes
There are many things that I enjoy about my work — like the fact that I get to live and work in Southwest Florida and that I have the patients I have — but two of which I