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That the earth is flat was an idea whose time came—and went! Copernicus and Galileo argued otherwise in the 16th and 17th centuries, and their ideas eventually prevailed. Yet in the 21st century, ... Read More »
Paula Deen’s show and cookbooks are heavily laden with fat, rich cream, bacon, meats, and cheesy pastas. Should we be surprised that she has adult onset diabetes? No. Should we feel weird that she ... Read More »
Ulcerative Colitis and Crohn’s more common in women living in the Northern parts of the United States…is it lack of Sun? Who knew that geography would be important in inflammatory bowel ... Read More »
Well, you can’t blame them for trying. A general theme I like to live by is “moderation is the way to go.” You swing the pendulum too far in one direction and you shouldn’t be too surprised ... Read More »
In the groundbreaking book, The Healing Power of Doing Good,by Allan Luks and writer Peggy Payne, we are offered insights into the relationship between health and doing good by helping ... Read More »
One of my neighbors, Richard Scammell, is a wonderful cook. Even though Richard does not cook for a living, I consider him a chef. Cooking is Richard's hobby, but when it comes to food preparation, ... Read More »
The New Year has arrived. To a woman in recovery from an eating disorder or substance addiction, this means one thing: you made it through the holidays, which is no small feat. At Timberline Knolls ... Read More »
If we are to succeed in the lifelong quest to look and feel our best, we must become good students and learn from what others can teach us. Sometimes the instruction comes from the laboratory; other ... Read More »
The tradition of making resolutions, starting on the first day of the year, goes as far back as 153 B.C. The calendar at that time displayed the face of Janus, a mythical king of early Rome. The ... Read More »
It seems obvious that when two people cease to communicate their relationship begins to die. And yet so often I see couples in my office that have simply stopped talking about anything of any ... Read More »

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