Physical activity Archive

The Cost of Falling among Older Adults

Dr. Gwen Bergen speaks with us about the cost to the health care system of falls among older adults in the United States and how to prevent falling.

Empowering Yourself, Getting in Shape

Lisa Dwoskin devoted her life to chasing the perfect body, but found this quest had drastic negative sideeffects. She changed her approach and shares it with us.

Tom Rath: Eat Move Sleep

Tom Rath speaks with Mike and Joyce about his most recent book, EAT MOVE SLEEP, in which he shares a phenomenal collection of insights and simple suggestions that help you manage your medical risks.

When Fear Pushes You, Push Back!

“Most people have no idea of what they’re capable of. But I’m living proof – if you can overcome fear, you can overcome almost anything,” says Jay Platt

Riding the Horse called Hope… a conversation with bill penzer

You would think that a person who had been a practicing psychologist for more than four decades would know how to cope with the diagnosis of cancer in one of his grown children. Psychologists are a source of refuge, help, and direction for many of us who suffer with all kinds of maladies and are […]

Optimal Wellbeing

An easy way to think of optimal wellbeing might be to envision a three-legged stool, says Heather Reed. “The three legs include physical activity, nutrition and that underappreciated component missing from too many Americans’ lives – stress management, or a healthy mental state,” she says. Good advice on stress management from Heather and Dr. Matt Mumber.