A government rule on retirement savings may be tricking retirees into looking at their financial situations all wrong, says a financial advisor who specializes in retirement planning.
By Debi Silber While it may seem as if good things just seem to happen to ‘good’ people and the good life seems to be easier for some to attain, than others, here’s some good news. These people don’t simply “get lucky”.
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7 Ways to Become A Positive Thinker
By Janet Woodcock, M.D. Everyone knows that different people don’t respond the same way to medications, and that “one size does not fit all.” FDA has been pushing for targeted drug therapies, sometimes called “personalized medicines” or “precision medicines,” for a long time. Targeted therapies make use of blood tests, images of the body, or other technologies to measure individual factors called “biomarkers.” These biomarkers can then be used to determine who is most likely to benefit from a treatment, who is at higher risk of a side effect, or who needs a different dose
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An Update on Precision Medicine
By Sherry Amatenstein , LCSW We’ve all seen that campy early nineties commercial featuring the immortal line: “I’ve fallen and I can’t get up!” The commercial starred an elderly woman who took a tumble in her home. Mrs.
Fitness trainer Debi Silber , known as “”The Mojo Coach,” knows from her clients how easy it can be to eat unhealthy foods to relieve stress. “With food available everywhere, it’s easy to see how easily food can be being used as an unhealthy form of stress relief,” Debi says.
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10 Ways to Fight Street-Related Foood Cravings
Fitness trainer Debi Silber , known as “”The Mojo Coach,” knows from her clients how easy it can be to eat unhealthy foods to relieve stress. “With food available everywhere, it’s easy to see how easily food can be being used as an unhealthy form of stress relief,” Debi says. “Unfortunately, using food to relieve our stress is a temporary solution at best, with the long term consequences ranging from obesity to poor health, to a lack of confidence, poor self esteem and more.” Here are Debi’s 10 tips to reduce stress-related bingeing by using healthy alternatives: Watch funny comedies or videos! Did you know on average, a child laughs 300 times a day and an adult only laugh 17 times a day?
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10 Ways to Fight Stress-Related Food Cravings
Finding your niche in work depends on how well you know yourself. Well, I know myself, you say, let’s get on to the next steps: writing a killer resume, meeting people who want to hire me, and closing the deal. While these techniques may get you a job, a few months later, disappointment sets in when you realize you’ve repeated the past
What Is Your Type: Partner, Team or Solo?
By Ira Nash, MD In my administrative role, I have the great pleasure of signing thank you letters to patients and family members who have acknowledged the great care they have received by one of our physicians or other caregivers. It is a nice way to tell the patient “we got your note” and to simultaneously recognize the provider by copying her or him. The best part is that I get to read the patients’ letters, which are filled with gratitude, and remind me of the great privilege we have to make a positive difference in the lives of our patients
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From The Desk of Dr. Nash: Sometimes "Sorry" Is All It Takes