A Cranberry question highlight our ways of knowing…

Technology has changed things in so many ways. When I was Will’s age (12) there were no remote controls, a rotor which turned our antenna on the roof for better TV reception of the 4 channels and no cell phones, heck-there were rotary dial phones. Information was less accessible as well. There was a building… Continue reading A Cranberry question highlight our ways of knowing…

A Guest Blog. Not only a plan for exercise; a plan for life.

My good friend Bob Bobrow volunteered a guest blog. A major stimulus for my entree into words stems from many hours traveling to races with Bob. He is a lawyer so is better with words than I. Take your time with these words. They are the essence of what I tell patients about exercise. Once… Continue reading A Guest Blog. Not only a plan for exercise; a plan for life.

Stem Cells

I started my day today reading the front page of CJ. The medical breakthroughs article caught my eye. http://www.courier-journal.com/section/News01&template=project&theme=research Why does reading about cardiac stem cell transplant make me remember this photo. I took it for a lecture on “Heart Disease Prevention.” The stem cell thing is fascinating. The research is compelling and the scientists… Continue reading Stem Cells