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How to Train Your Mind to See the Good in Every Situation

Remember that ridiculously cheery, borderline creepy scene from Mary Poppins where the children (rightfully so) complain about having to clean up their room? (If you weren't forced to watch that movie in kindergarten like every other...Show More Summary

Lose Weight Before You Date? Ain't Nobody Got Time for That

If you're holding off on dating until you've lost the weight, bought better clothes, or are a brilliant future version of yourself, you've set the worst goal ever. Because it's not a goal. It's a slippery slope defined by -- what? An...Show More Summary

Here pho the faves

Hi friends! Happy Friday! What do you have going on this weekend? We have a date night planned, we’ll be taking Livi to see the new Minions movie with friends, and our gym is launching all of the new Les Mills releases! Aaaaaand my mom gets here Sunday. It’s going to be a great one! […]

Disney, Brain Science and Understanding Emotional Intelligence

I never thought seeing a kid's movie would become the inspiration for a new blog on emotional intelligence. Seeing Inside Out, the new movie from Disney/Pixar got me thinking about how we think. photo courtesy of Disney/Pixar Almost the entire animated movie takes place inside the brain of a young girl named Riley. Show More Summary

Eat Well on the Road

Photo Credit: © 2015 GRACE Communications Foundation I am a hockey mom through and through. Despite working full time (and related travel), being present for my older son as he strives to fulfill his dream -- of one day making it to the NHL -- is one of my priorities. Show More Summary

Eating in Echo Chambers

In Going to Extremes, Cass Sunstein explores and characterizes the process that can lead to religious fundamentalism, internecine hatreds, jihad, and suicide terrorism. The essential ingredient is an echo chamber, a place where the opinion to which you are natively inclined, for whatever reasons, is reflected back at you by others who share it. Show More Summary


They're often no larger than a grain of sand... but they can be extremely painful. Kidney stones are small, hard mineral deposits that form in your kidneys, and they're more common during the summer months. On this week's program, urologist Dr. Amy Krambeck explains what causes kidney stones and how they're treated. Also on […]

Why and how to meditate

Breathe in, breathe out. Wait, if I’m thinking about breathing, I’m not really mediating. Shoot. Silence. Think of silence. What are we having for dinner tonight? Oh yeah, lasagna. Stop, be quiet. Meditate. Om shanti. I love when they sing that at the end of yoga class. What time is yoga tomorrow? Be quiet. Meditate. […]

Sweet Success From Across the Pond

by guest blogger Pam Peeke, MD, MPH, FACP, best-selling author and expert on health, fitness, and nutrition Back in November, I received a call from the producer of Good Morning Britain, the UK equivalent of U.S. morning shows like Today. Show More Summary

Achieving Bright Futures Through Modern Psychiatry

Imagine that you are struggling daily with diabetes that you couldn't get under control. Your blood sugar levels are fluctuating radically, making it impossible to participate in your usual work and family obligations. You would do anything...Show More Summary

Mayo Clinic Radio: Kidney Stones/Benefits of Chocolate/High-Tech Anesthesia

They're often no larger than a grain of sand... but they can be extremely painful. Kidney stones are small, hard mineral deposits that form in your kidneys, and they're more common during the summer months. On this week's program, urologist Dr. Amy Krambeck explains what causes kidney stones and how they're treated. Also on the […]

Creating a Social Media Report That Matters

Editor’s Note: As important as it is to use social media tools to reach your audiences, it is equally important to regularly assess your social media metrics. These data will help you identify which messages resonate better with your audiences, determine how to allocate your time to each platform, and justify the use of resources...

Stuff I like: July 2015

3 weeks agoHealth / Weight Loss : Jenful

Part of the joy of liking things is talking to other people who also like those things, or telling people about those things because they might like them too. It’s like matchmaking, with media. So, I thought I’d start sharing some things I like every once in a while, be it books, podcasts, TV, movies... Show More Summary

The 50 Best Free Workout Resources You Can Find Online

Originally published on Do your days fly by? Is it difficult to make time for a trip to the gym? You're in the right place. These are the 50 best resources for free online workouts that make is easy for you to exercise at home. Show More Summary

People Disgusted by CrossFit's 'Open Diabetes' Coke Tweet

In a tweet Monday CrossFit's CEO Greg Glassman took credit for the above image. It created a backlash on social media. Mostly among people with Type 1 diabetes and parents of Type 1 kids. Many parents were incensed that Mr. Glassman made it sound like their 2-year-old gave themselves diabetes by drinking too much Coke. Show More Summary

I've Spent a Lifetime Covering This Up

This may be the hardest piece I've ever written. I've spent most of my lifetime trying to conceal something that's been written across my face for as long as I can remember. I was born just a little bit different from other children,...Show More Summary

Summer Shape Up 2015: Week 4 Workouts and Meal ideas

Hi friends! Can you believe that it’s the last week of Summer Shape Up?! It’s gone by so quickly, but time flies when you’re working hard. ???? I hope you’re already seeing some noticeable benefits from the past 3 weeks! Our goal for the final week: finish it STRONG with the same intensity that you […]


Inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) and irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) are two very different chronic digestive system conditions that are sometimes confused with one another. On this week's program, gastroenterologists Dr. Sunanda Kane and Dr. Show More Summary

19 Year Old Teen SKINNY TO SHREDDED Body Transformation

Set goals which are achievable, nothing unrealistic. Make them Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Realistic and Timed (SMART). Too many people set unrealistic goals and lose motivation when they don’t see quick results. -Sam SmithsonShow More Summary

restoration of the Elwha river

4 weeks agoFitness / Hiking :

The Elwha Dam was a 108-ft (33 m) high dam located in the United States, in the state of Washington, on the Elwha River approximately 4.9 miles (7.9 km) upstream from the mouth of the river on the Strait of … Continue reading ?

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