Month: April 2009

Advances in Cancer Care You Can Count On

Advances in Cancer Care You Can Count On

On the other hand, Kolata’s actual or implied dismissal of the potent preventive and therapeutic power of diet and exercise, and of the role that attitude, mood, and social support can play in enhancing quality of life and perhaps prolonging survival, is ill-informed and potentially dangerous.

CancerGuides Training in DC in June

CancerGuides Training in DC in June

CancerGuides II is absolutely appropriate and accessible for cancer survivors and their families, not only for professionals.

CMBM and Saybrook University

CMBM and Saybrook University

Dennis Jaffe, my old friend who is both a CMBM and a Saybrook Board member, got things started, and Lorne Buchman, the Saybrook President, has embraced our vision from the beginning and made sure that it infuses our partnership.

“Unstuck” E-book release!

“Unstuck” E-book release!

Unstuck: Your Guide to the Seven-Stage Journey Out of Depression is being released as an e-book!

Interview on “Unstuck: Your Guide to the Seven-Stage Journey Out of Depression”, on The Broad Perspective

Interview on “Unstuck: Your Guide to the Seven-Stage Journey Out of Depression”, on The Broad Perspective

“Depression is not a disease”. With this simple but revolutionary assertion, James S. Gordon, M.D., a Harvard-trained psychiatrist and a pioneer in integrative medicine, challenges the perceived wisdom on how depression is viewed and treated.

Lecture at Urban Zen Focus on Nutrition: Nutrition in Hospitals

Lecture at Urban Zen Focus on Nutrition: Nutrition in Hospitals

Malnutrition among patients has been identified in numerous studies and hospital food is frequently cited as insufficiently nourishing. This presentation will address what can be done to improve hospital food: nutrition to aid healing and improve health outcomes.