7-Minute Pre-Bed Yoga Flow | Mark’s Daily Apple

Today’s awesome post is offered up by Jessica Gouthro of PaleoHacks.com. Enjoy, everyone! If you feel restless at night, try this seven-minute pre-bed yoga flow to help you drift right to sleep. We get it: Even though you try to go to bed at a certain time, you’d rather stay up and watch TV. Then, […]

The Ripple Effect of Kindness

“Practice random acts of kindness and senseless acts of beauty,” has become a familiar statement over the past several decades. It was inscribed by Anne Herbert on a placemat in Sausalito, California in 1982 and evolved as a response to the phrase “random acts of violence and senseless acts of cruelty.” Herbert’s book Random Kindness and Senseless Acts […]

CrossFit vs. Bodybuilding | Mark’s Daily Apple

Both CrossFit and bodybuilding involve lifting weights and putting them back down, repeatedly, several times each week. Both are forms of exercise.  The similarities stop there. The real meat lies in the differences. What’s different about CrossFit and bodybuilding? What can we learn from those differences? What can they learn from each other? CrossFit Explained […]

Seven things we learned from our latest cancer treatment data

Old man patient hand in hospital PHE, in partnership with Cancer Research UK, have published new data showing how chemotherapy, radiotherapy and surgery rates vary for different groups of patients in England. Last year, data from the National Cancer Registration and Analysis Service (NCRAS) was used for the first time to show the proportion of […]

Defeating ‘Grass is Greener’ Syndrome

(Please note: This free live webinar will be recorded and a copy made available to all who registered.) The ‘Grass is Greener’ Syndrome webinar will be focused on the complexity of this conflicting life issue. The presenter is a therapist and coach who specializes in helping people who struggle with Grass is Greener Syndrome. The […]

Doctor burnout in small practices is dramatically lower than the national average, new study concludes. Physicians who work in small, independent primary care practices report dramatically lower levels of burnout than the national average (13.5 percent versus 54.4 percent). : Health

Medical director here. The term burnout in essence means when a provider becomes fed up with the status quo and refuses to further comply with the ever increasing demands. The healthcare system is structured with various tensions. One tension holds a carrot on a stick with productivity incentives to do more work, while the inherent […]

Weekend Link Love — Edition 512

The Keto Reset Instant Pot Cookbook is getting a big discount, a full day before the rest of Prime Day kicks in: $3.99 for the Kindle book, 20% off the physical book. If you haven’t picked it up yet, you’re missing out. Sale starts at 8:35 a.m. PDT and ends at 2:35 p.m. PDT. Later […]

Dyslexia and Entrepreneurialism: Is There a Connection?

Dyslexia is rather common: it is estimated that around 5-10% of individuals are dyslexic. Despite an apparent disability, some are famous, like Tom Cruise or Richard Branson. Obviously, they do not suffer from a lack of intelligence and are, in fact, quite successful in the business world. So what is going on in their brains? […]