Ocean vista’s, fast cars, and beautiful mountain ranges – the South of France has it all. Last week I took a short three day trip to the Côte d’Azur aka the French Riviera. Here are some highlights!READ MORE
Medicine: ‘the science and art dealing with the maintenance of health and prevention’.
A straightforward definition, but as the Senate gears up for a battle over Trumpcare, in reality, medicine is controversial. Not only that, but when it comes to matters of our health, it would seem that medicine hasn’t always got it right.
The quality and quantity of light we consume can make us sick. Whether you’re a hard-charging athlete or a stay at home mom, light exposure should concern you, in a BIG WAY.READ MORE
- Our bodies are made up of energy fields known as chakras
- A blockage in these fields causes an imbalance, leading to a range of illnesses
- Can sound therapy end years of pain and suffering?
Sound therapy is an alternative medicine which uses musical tools and instruments to restore homeostasis in the body. Its practitioners believe it has the healing power to end sickness in seconds.
So how exactly does it work?READ MORE
What do Arnold Schwarzenegger, Gary Kasparov and Serena Williams all have in common? What single factor unites the former Governor of California and the most prolific bodybuilder of all time, to his equally dominant counterparts in the fields of chess and tennis? READ MORE
Retirement (R) = rest (r) + relaxation (r)
Algebra does a good job summing up how most people perceive life after work; Florida’s real estate market would cease to exist, otherwise. But not all retirees think alike. There are some who refuse to let their age dictate their potential. Meet the athletes who prove that age, truly is, just a number. READ MORE
If you are one of the millions, planning out your new year’s resolutions, or what I prefer to call ‘the first week of Jan to-do list’, please read this first.
If we are to reclaim our health and minimize our risk of illness, we need:
- A reformed understanding of nutrition: the role it plays in our health, and an overhaul of dietary guidelines.
- The need for individualized medicine and a move away from the one-size-fits-all approach.
- An informed public: questioning the status quo and making educated lifestyle choices to become better advocates for our health.
When Dr. Eric Topol, a cardiologist from California, underwent knee replacement surgery, his recovery was far from easy. Months of physical therapy from best-in-class facilities did nothing to end the sleepless nights of pain he endured. The problem? Dr. Topol was victim to a one-size-fits-all approach to medicine.