Category Archives: Research

Guest Post: The Problem With Sitting

How Much Of Our Time Is Spent Sitting? Modern humans are frequently “sitters”–at work, in the car, and at home. Sitting may be the most common human behavior and for many adults exceeds the time spent sleeping! Furthermore, changes in … Continue reading

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Zak’s Wellness Journey: Part 1/3 – The Origins

I have often thought to myself “how healthy am I?” As I describe here, healthy food and lifestyle was always part of my life. Furthermore, (I think) my diet is excellent, I frequently exercise, have great family medical history, and … Continue reading

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The Importance of an Active Workspace

I, like many people I know, want to seek balance in my life between work, family, and personal health. And yet our culture and habits often keep the three separate. The workplace is increasingly becoming a voracious consumer of our … Continue reading

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The Importance of an Active Workspace

I, like many people I know, want to seek balance in my life between work, family, and personal health. And yet our culture and habits often keep the three separate. The workplace is increasingly becoming a voracious consumer of our … Continue reading

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Cancer, Your Health, and the Environment: Presidential Cancer Report

Last weekend I was reading the President’s Cancer Panel publication “Reducing Environmental Cancer Risk.” It is a long report (240 pages) but well worth reviewing given the effect the environment has on personal health. A lot of the insight was … Continue reading

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