Category: Health Promotion

November 19, 2018 Joe Brady

Integrative Medicine Network Forum, 2018 – Genetics, Epigenetics & Lifestyle: Another Twist Osher Center for Integrative Medicine Harvard Medical School November 16th, 2018 As technology advances in the field of genetic engineering here is great excitement about the idea of “personalized” medicine in which treatments can be tailored to individual patients’ genes. Research is also…

November 11, 2018 Joe Brady

A great big thank you to all who participated by filling out a survey or attending the classes in the Community Med School pilot study. We are headed to Harvard Medical School this week to make our presentation and hopefully make a strong argument for a larger study. Special thanks to Barbe Ratcliffe with the…

October 16, 2017 Joe Brady

The greatest scientific discoveries of the last century were in the fields of medicine, physics and electronics. The greatest scientific advances of the next millennium will involve understanding the most confounding problem in the galaxy … namely human behavior. Can humans evolve and change themselves and their behavior toward healthier pursuits? From sedentary lifestyles, poor diets…

July 3, 2017 Joe Brady

Toward a Healthier America By Joseph Brady Health Care is not an industry! We all have a stake in creating a healthier American society. Economic realities are wrenching massive changes in our health care system. The potential restricting of expensive medical technology to the well-insured promises to send ripples across every facet of our society. We…

June 12, 2017 Joe Brady

Tips from the Yellow Emperor’s Medicine Cabinet When the true light appears, the whole planet turns to face it. Deng Ming-Dao “The three months of Summer are the season for luxurious growth. The Qi of Heaven descends and the Qi of Earth arises. All things become fruitful with the intercourse of the two Qi. According…

March 26, 2017 Joe Brady

Community Health Promotion Can Work… It takes a long time, but ‘Yes We Can’ create healthier communities! by Jacqui Shumway In 2005, I was asked to become a part of a community health promotion project attempting to promote healthy lifestyles in the my economically diverse Park Hill Denver neighborhood. The “Park Hill Thriving Communities Summary…