1. Defy Convention
Do the healthy thing, even when it’s challenging, inconvenient or considered weird. Take pride in that.
Mark Hyman, MD’s examination of the “food insecurity” paradox.
An award-winning journalist shows that much of what we think we know about healthcare is simply wrong and that economics, rather than illness, determines the medical care we receive.
Information on the role of functional medicine in improving patient outcomes.
New York Times science reporter reviews new research that certain diabetic and osteoporosis drugs, as well as the system that evaluates them, may have more risks than benefits.
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You Want to Be Healthy? Well, hey, that’s wonderful! This article is designed to help you succeed.
Good health, at core, is less a destination than life-enhancing journey. But if there is any clear path toward the promised land of healthy living, it begins not on any treadmill or diet plan, but on the fertile ground of our own thoughts, assumptions and beliefs.