Aging

About two weeks ago one of my favorite entertainers, Jimmy Fallon took a fall in his kitchen, catching his wedding ring on the edge of a table and entirely dislocating his finger. 

I recently had another appearance on “The Rachael Ray Show.” I have to say, she is amazing. I don’t know how she does it. Each day she tapes three shows, manages all of the personalities on her show with a smile, and her energy is simply unwavering.

I’ve just come back from San Diego where I spent three days sharing NeuroFascial Science and applying this information to the MELT Hand and Foot Techniques to 135 curious minds. This group included medical, bodywork, and exercise practitioners. 

It goes without saying, the human form is abundantly complex. So much that the use of metaphors and simple life stories are frequently the only way to dilute it’s profound elements of connection to allow us to comprehend just how much we simply don’t know about the sustainability of good health and function.

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AGING Diet, exercise shown to improve cell health Healthy lifestyle changes may help improve one's "cellular age," or the health of certain cells in the body, a new UCSF study shows for the first time.

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Chances are good you'll find it in ice cream, cookies and crackers. Cereals, chocolates, cake mixes, doughnuts, potato chips? It's probably in there, too.

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The Kansas City Health Department reported Thursday that the Jackson County medical examiner’s office was investigating the death of a man in his early 80s as possibly heat related.

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I don’t have much in the way of assets. Do I really need a will?

Legal experts say you do.

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Stanford scientists have identified a possible new culprit in the development of Alzheimer's disease and other brain disorders, and the finding may create new avenues for understanding, and maybe preventing, cognitive decline in old age.

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