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What If Exercise Were More Like Healthy Eating?

If exercise were more like healthy eating - none of us would be doing it.

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Diet: Guidance Veers from Variety

The holidays are coming in hot (figuratively, and courtesy of climate change, literally as well), with Thanksgiving now under two weeks away. So, of course, all thoughts turn to…weight control.

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Coworking is not Innovating

Many of you who are reading this probably are doing so from a laptop in a coworking space. The number of global coworking spaces is forecasted to grow from 14,411 in 2017 to just over 30,000 in 2022. The reasons why include:

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Catastrophizing Anxiety

We all know what a catastrophe is but what about catastrophizing? Catastrophizing is a common occurrence in people that are feeling anxious. Catastrophizing is caused by anxiety but also serves to fuel anxious symptoms. Because of the cyclical worsening that happens with symptoms of anxiety it is important to interrupt this cycle. People stop living in the moment and spend much of their time worrying about the future.

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Selling Diets, or Telling Truths

The True Health Initiative was created because, and only because, there is one clear wayof eating and living that massively promotes the longevity, vitality, and overall health of human beings, and well-being of the planet - and a global coalition of experts, influencers, and thought leaders believes you deserve to know what it is.

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The Health Care System: What’s In A Name?

The trail that led me to a career in health promotion is relatively more or less selfish, depending on where we begin it.

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Nobel Laureate Frances H. Arnold’s Innovative Discovery

Directed evolution (DE) is the acceleration of natural evolution using an iterative laboratory processes at the molecular level. Directed evolution of enzymes and binding proteins was a concept that was theorized in by German biophysicist Manfred Eigen — a Nobel Prize in Chemistry laureate, who was awarded the prize in 1967 for his research on fast chemical reactions.

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