Something I've learned as I've aged is how much it matters. I'm a fairly fit 70 year old but I would still heed the advice I might glean from this photo: the people in the photo have picked age-appropriate dogs. When you are over, hmm... it's hard to say the age.
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About a year ago I met a lovely couple, both concerned about possible cognitive changes the husband was experiencing.
Special call out to those interested in brain health!
(No that's not milk, scroll to bottom of article for explanation. Yes, gardens on the "farm" in the background!)
It’s just possible that the scientific world is shifting its paradigm of understanding metabolic disease.
No one is perfect, and I'll include myself in that imperfect grouping!
I'm excited (and yes of course a little bit nervous!) to announce that I'm expanding my practice to include a cognition-focused practice, working with another physician and a team of health coaches, and hopefully someday soon a nutritionist!
You have to be close to my age to recognize the lyrics taken from Guys and Dolls, an influential movie of my childhood, a story for another day. How the song goes is something like, yes I can wish you riches and good luck, but
What an interesting coincidence: as I was collecting a variety of newsy articles that were of interest to me this month, I was struck by something they all have in common. Each article interested me because of the associated health condition.
Which type are you?