Your Guide to Fats: Which Vegetable Oils Are Bad?

On the cover of health magazines in the 80s, 90s and even into the 2000s, you would have seen a lot of hullabaloo about how fat was Public Enemy #1 and it was making us all, well…fat. They demonized fat for obesity rates, rise in cardiovascular diseases, and other chronic conditions. The low-fat craze told […]

Are You Addicted to Your Emotions

Have you felt stuck in self-sabotaging patterns? Like you’re constantly trying to break out of old habits, but for some reason, you can’t quite make new choices stick? If that’s you, I have good news: your biology may be more to blame than your willpower. When the concepts of habit change and self-sabotage arise, people […]

I Dreamt I Dwelt in Marble Halls – Decoding the Importance of Dreams

When I think about dreams and dreaming, my mind takes me to the hypnotic voice of the diva, Joan Sutherland, singing the aria “I Dreamt I Dwelt in Marble Halls” from The Bohemian Girl Opera. Whether it’s opera, Les Mis (“I Dreamed a Dream”) or Aerosmith (“Dream On”), dreams have so much meaning in our […]

To Integrate Virtual Care, Start By Redefining The ‘Visit’

As a result of the COVID-19 crisis, we’ve already laid the foundation of a new way of operating and blending both in-person and virtual care. Regulators and policy makers can facilitate this by fostering policies for asynchronous—and not “building-bound”—billing layers on top of the current fee-for-service infrastructure.

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