Tag Archives: chronic disease

Revolutionizing Health Care

As a private pilot who has spent the better part of my professional life navigating the labyrinthine health care industry, I am intrigued by Dr. Marty Makary’s recent comparison of aviation and health care in the Wall Street Journal, adapted from … Continue reading

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Non-Suppressive Pediatrics

The practice of medicine took an interesting turn in the United States roughly a century ago. The net result of that turn is that the majority of interventions are suppressive in nature. This is particularly true in the field of … Continue reading

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The Powerhouse of the Cell

  I love to hear the head of my Practitioner Support team (the group in my company responsible for technical marketing and education) speak about health and wellbeing. Her passionate interest in restoring normal flow to the body’s various systems … Continue reading

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Seeing is believing.

Vision is a powerful sense. Whether the capacity for vision is the product of thousands of years of evolutionary development or the result of an original design modified over time by the aforementioned invisible hand, vision is a marvelously powerful … Continue reading

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Can we eat to starve cancer?

The sooner you make a change when there is a deviation in life the more likely you are to avoid dangerous repercussions. When you are driving, for instance, you make constant small adjustments to stay between the lines. Wait too … Continue reading

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Sweat the Small Stuff

While large companies and governments appear to believe that the more money they spend or the more force they apply to change anything in life is more likely to cause the desired change, behavioral economics tells us that input and change are not always directly related when … Continue reading

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