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Resolutions Rebooted

It’s that time of year when somewhere around 92% of us who made New Year’s resolutions, have lost the momentum of our efforts to change and are commiserating with St. Paul, “My own behaviour baffles me. For I find myself not doing what I really want to do but doing what I really loathe.” (Romans [...]

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Who heals all thy diseases…

The August 27, 2015 Business Insider article portrays a married couple, Scott and Dana, who applied their skills as engineers to managing their diabetes. Determined to overcome the clunky mechanics of a type-one diabetic lifestyle, they literally hacked the computer “brain” of an obsolete insulin pump, and developed mathematical algorithms that learn, predict, and adjust [...]

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Guiltless Holidays Better for our Health

The holidays are a special time for us – special traditions, special people, and special food. For many of us, it’s also a time of an abundance of food. All too often the pleasures of holiday eating turn into a nagging feeling of guilt. Advertising uses this obsession to peddle gym memberships, drugs, and diet [...]

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Binge Eating: Finding A Healthier Perspective on Food

Can you imagine eating enough Big Macs, milkshakes, french fries, ice cream, and M&Ms to equal 15,000 calories in an hour and a half?! That’s five times what the normal American male would eat in a whole day. Ron Saxen, author of “The Good Eater”, more than imagined it. He’s one of millions of Americans [...]

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