Displaying items by tag: Wise Words

Stephen Cope, Image: photo courtesy ofKripalu Canter for Yoga & HealthStephen Cope  
on Finding Your Calling  

Specializing in the relationship between Eastern contemplative traditions and Western psychology, Stephen Cope has been a scholar-in-residence for more than three decades at the Kripalu Center for Yoga & Health, the largest...

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Maria Rodale, Image: photo courtesy of Rodale InstituteMaria Rodale  
On Letting Nature Heal Itself  

Bestselling author, activist and gardener Maria Rodale is a board member of Rodale Institute, a nonprofit dedicated to growing the regenerative organic agriculture movement through research, farmer training and...

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Dr. Mark Hyman, Image: Photo by Masha MaltsavaDr. Mark Hyman  
on Living Healthy to 100 and Beyond  

Mark Hyman is a practicing family physician and an internationally recognized leader, bestselling author, speaker, educator and advocate in the field of functional medicine. He is the...

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Carol Penn on Finding Calm in a Chaotic World, Image: Carol Penn on Finding Calm in a Chaotic World  

Dr. Carol Penn, double board-certified in family and obesity medicine, is a movement, meditation and mindset coach who teaches people to prioritize self-care to achieve their best and highest selves. She is certified in...

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Terry Wahls, Image: Dr. Terry WahlsTerry Wahls  
on Managing Autoimmune Disease With Lifestyle Interventions  

Terry Wahls, M.D., is a certified practitioner at the Institute for Functional Medicine, as well as clinical professor of medicine at the University of Iowa, where she conducts clinical trials testing the effect of therapeutic diet and lifestyle to treat multiple sclerosis (MS) symptoms...

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Bruce Cryer, Image: Bruce Cryer  
on His Love Affair With the Heart  

Bruce Cryer has been called a Renaissance man because of a varied, four-decade career as a singer, actor, dancer, publisher, author, marketing executive, teacher and coach. In New York City, he played The Boy for 800 performances in the world’s longest running...

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Milton Mills, MDMilton Mills  
on Optimizing Health with a Plant-Based Diet  

Milton Mills, M.D., practices internal medicine and critical care in underserved communities in Washington, D.C., and Northern Virginia. He advocates switching to...

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Jeffrey Rediger on the Science of Miraculous Recoveries, Image: Board-certified psychiatrist Jeffrey Rediger is an assistant professor at Harvard Medical School and medical director of McLean Southeast Adult Psychiatry and Community Affairs at McLean Hospital, near Boston. He holds a Master...

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Rachel Jones on Grief, Image: Rachel Jones on Grief  
In the Healthcare Front Lines  

After earning a journalism degree from Columbia University, Rachel Jones spent four years as a reporter in Caracas, Venezuela, including a year and a half as a correspondent for The Associated Press. Her articles have...

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Nadine Clopton, Image: Nadine Clopton  
on Advancing Regenerative Organic Agriculture to Health Care   

During the last century, the rise of chemical-based agriculture has severely changed the way food is produced, and we have failed to recognize its unintended consequences. Research has revealed that if we continue...

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