1) Giving thanks improves your mood and your quality of life, both of which have a tremendous positive impact on your health. Seems like a cheat, doesn’t it, but who am I to question? We can give thanks for gratitude.
2) You can bulk up in your geriatric years. It’s never too late to start. [...]
I hate cars. But I love the experience of driving down the freeway, humming a tune,chin-bobbing along to the music with my daughters. Some of life’s most profound, intimate conversations only take place when you’re strapped next to someone, facing front.
So then why do I hate cars? See,there’s just this teensy weensy public health… [...]
One of the more interesting articles I wrote a couple of years ago was about panel size. No not THAT kind of panel – and not THAT one either! In this case panel size means the number of patients that a doctor in practice carries as their active patient load. If a doctor has say [...]
A couple of years ago I wrote a popular post about how much gluten is too much if you are gluten intolerant. Since that time, the amount of information about gluten intolerance has exploded and it is easy to find gluten free foods in stores as well as restaurants that specialize in handling gluten intolerant [...]
Summer’s great but has it’s own health hazards. I’ve written about some of the more common ones before, but here are the most important again as our Summer finally starts to settle in.
Mosquito abatement. June is a great time to patrol your home’s area, looking for sneaky mosquito breeding sites. Now’s the time to [...]
Over the past three years on my blog and on SFGate I have written about vitamin D several times. We are just beginning to scratch the surface of how valuable and important it has been to our health all along and why it is important that we maintain the right level even if our modern [...]