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How External Cues Make Us Overeat

Trying to cut calories? It’s easier to change your environment than it is to change your mind. That’s the takeaway from a career of research by Brian Wansink of Cornell University. Continue reading

Shutting Down the Assembly Line

Too often today, average, traditional doctor practices are forced to run like assembly lines – squeezing patients into impersonal visits, failing to catch disease early before it becomes a problem, and lacking the ability to support patients in-between office visits, especially in critical areas of health like nutrition, fitness, and well-being. Continue reading

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