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Get Well Wednesday: How To Choose, Work With And Fire A Doctor

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How often should you see the doctor?

I believe all adults should see the doctor at least once a year for a preventive check-up- aka, a “yearly physical” exam. 682 more words

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The Gift of Wellness

Whew! It’s hard to believe 2017 is almost over! As the winds of Los Angeles get a little chillier, and the party invitations start rolling in, it’s a wonderful time to prioritize and re-focus on what’s really important to you. 288 more words


Black Lives Matter: Environmental Racism Is Killing African-Americans

More than one million African-Americans are exposed to serious health threats, including risk of cancer, because of toxic air pollution sweeping through Black communities across the nation. 729 more words

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Raise Your Hand if You Hate Change... Raise the Other Hand if You’re Impatient

The road to weight loss is rarely smooth and scenic. Usually there are setbacks, plateaus, mistakes, and more than a few tears. But the principle of weight loss is not complicated. 684 more words


How to Design an Intuitive Exercise Plan

If you read this blog regularly, you know that I favor an intuitive method of fitness training and nutrition. I’m less about rules, and more about what actually works in real life. 476 more words


Cherry Bomb: [STUDY] Tart Cherry Powder Enhances Athletic Performance & Recovery in Runners

We’ve always known that cherries are nature’s sweet and tart little teardrops. They contain antioxidants and are also high in vitamin C, fiber, carotenoids and anthocyanins, which have a myriad of biomedicinal properties that may aid in cancer prevention. 197 more words