Neck, back, hip and knee pain? Build a base of physical activity on a good “Foundation”. Make symptoms a thing of the past!
Why do some people succeed spectacularly in life while others struggle?
With the opportunity to participate in the pending “Election 2012”, I felt a perspective regarding the uniqueness of American experience might offer me some clarity and assist in my voting decisions. I am glad the title of this book caught my eye.
In a recent conversation I had with Cathy F. a nurse at our local Rutland Regional Medical Center, we talked about current Federal and State health care initiatives in Vermont. As our dialog turned to more practical issues, she asked if I had read “The China Study”, on the topic of nutrition, a book she […]
“In Defense of Food: An Eater’s Manifesto”, was suggested to me by a close cycling friend, Dave Townsend, who felt it would fit right into my already health oriented lifestyle philosophy. He was right! Why the title… I wondered? Does “Food” really need defending? It seems the healthful benefits of real, whole and natural food […]
Written April 18, 2011- Tax Day Lack of fiscal discipline on the part of many of our elected representatives, the President included, is not only irritating, it is dangerous to national security and the sovereignty of our country. Resources of citizen’s time, energy and finance, that should be allocated towards the essentials, are being wasted […]
In 2010 a patient, whose wife was ailing with a newly diagnosed cancer, passed along the title above. Eventually, I purchased a copy of the book, read it, then passed it along to my brother, other family members and friends. It is one of the few physician written books I have read that addresses health […]
Implant and General Dentistry of Vermont, a web site, social media, e-newsletter? Why? The further along the path we go, the more we pause, wondering if the word about “health” is really getting out. How can we do better? Our conclusion has led us to the development of our web site and to reach out […]