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Program: How our Behaviors Signal our Genes

Join me as I chair this important program at The Commonwealth Club in San Francisco on June 19th, and listen to Kenneth Pelletier, Ph.D., M.D., Clinical Professor of Medicine, UC San Francisco School of Medicine, talk about how our genetic profile may signal an inherited vulnerability to a disease, but our choices and behaviors determine… Read More


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Program: How our Behaviors Signal our Genes

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Join me as I chair this important program at The Commonwealth Club in San Francisco on June 19th, and listen to Kenneth Pelletier, Ph.D., M.D., Clinical Professor of Medicine, UC San Francisco School of Medicine, talk about how our genetic profile may signal an inherited vulnerability to a disease, but our choices and behaviors determine… Read More

Asparagus: The Bastion of Spring

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In the spring the focus is on fresh, lighter faire representing the new growth of the season. Outside everything is fresh and green and your plate should be the same. Spinach, tender kale leaves, Swiss chard, lettuce, parsley, and of course the bastion of spring, asparagus. The fresh foods of spring need only light steaming,… Read More

Musings: Cognitive Dissonance

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Here is my latest article published in Thrive Global. I believe in the unknowable, the intrinsic, and much of my work is science-based. ‘Follow the science’ is a phrase I hear all the time. The thing is, as years go by, science has been proven wrong many times, and the unknowable can’t be proven by… Read More

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