Long hours, high patient turnover, and the struggle to make a difference contribute to physician burnout. Learn how physician burnout has ballooned to such a serious problem and what you can do to prevent it.
Historically, medical care has focused on treating injuries or illnesses. Now, we’re seeing a shift in focus towards helping people manage their health and prevent illnesses from developing in the first place.
Darryl Edwards, author of the new book Animal Moves: How to Move Like an Animal to Get You Leaner, Fitter, Stronger and Healthier for Life, educates people about the dangers of being sedentary.
When lab results for thyroid function come back as “normal,” it’s easy to assume that everything is functioning well. However, there are several different reasons these results can be misleading.
Today, we talk with Ken Kraybill about the importance of motivational interviewing, how it’s being applied today, and why every coach can benefit from learning this collaborative style.
In this episode, we talk with Robert Biswas-Diener about important skills and competencies one needs to be successful as a health coach.
We often make the mistake of assuming that big problems require big interventions to make a difference. But it’s actually a series of small changes that tends to make the biggest impact.
While Functional Medicine is gaining in popularity and reputation, the costs associated with it are still prohibitive for many people. Tune in for a roundtable discussion on the Berkeley Fire Department pilot wellness program.
Today, we chat with Dr. Michael Ruscio, whose new book, Healthy Gut, Healthy You, sets out to create a guide that walks individuals through a step-by-step self-help process of healing.