Educational Resources

In this first of three podcasts, Harvard professor Dr. Ronald D. Siegel explores the science of human flourishing, and how finding your happy place can add years to your life. http://bit.ly/32Logu9 #HarvardHealth

"I’m in my fourth year of #remission now, and I’m so thankful for the Santa Monica Breast Center. You would think after the treatments are done, they would wash their hands of you, but they’re still holding my hand today. I love UCLA.” Read. ➨ https://connect.uclahealth.org/

Intermittent fasting — Timing of the fast is key, and can make IF a more realistic, sustainable, and effective approach for weight loss and diabetes prevention. http://bit.ly/2p9ov4z #HarvardHealth #weightloss #intermittentfasting

Harvard professor Dr. Ronald D. Siegel explores the science of human flourishing, and how finding your happy place can add years to your life. http://bit.ly/2XggPtY #HarvardHealth #podcast

UCLA Health has launched a $20 million fundraising initiative to create a new center for advanced #lungdisease at the @DGSOMUCLA. ➨ https://ucla.in/2CPKoJn

#PathResearch2019: Now on stage, Alumna @DocMartin_33 engages the audience with her talk "There and Back Again: A Clinical Microbiologist's Journey." @UofUPathology @umichOGPS #UMichPath

The link between heart health and brain health is clear and unbreakable. For optimum brain health, start working on cardiovascular wellness. It's starts as easy as portion control, and a walk around the block. http://bit.ly/373J0R6 #HarvardHealth

When your body's inflammation response goes unchecked, it can cause a wide variety of disease across all body systems. Harvard's Dr. Rob Shmerling explains in episode 5 of our podcast. http://bit.ly/32vsIwM #HarvardHealth

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