Tag Archives: lifestyle

Lifestyle Changes Can Extend Your Life, But Who Cares?

Is Your Doctor Paying Attention to Your Lifestyle Choices? Are You? A recent study by Dr. Dean Ornish and colleagues proves once again the power of lifestyle upgrades to extend life. This small study compared the effects of a low-fat, […]

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Do Lifestyle Changes Really Matter?

New Study Asserts Drugs Over Lifestyle So here comes another flawed study – randomly-controlled and all, and published in The New England Journal of Medicine, no less – that purports to show that medications work better than lifestyle changes to […]

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Lifestyle Changes Can Free You Of Our Broken Healthcare System

Lifestyle Choices Drive Your Risk for Heart Attack, Stroke and Death Itself There was some encouraging news last week about the benefits of healthful lifestyle changes on your risk for stroke, heart disease and death from all causes. The first of these […]

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Lifestyle or Deathstyle?

The Lifestyle You Choose May Seal Your Medical Future  The term “lifestyle” can be off-putting with its yuppie connotation. But its pervasive use in both medical and lay literature forces us to adopt it as an effective shorthand that captures […]

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