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Smen…

I purchased each of my kids a tagine from Morocco for Christmas, which, thankfully, was a big hit. I am from a family of good cooks, and my sisters and I have passed this love along to our own children. So my eldest daughter Olivia was the first to season her tagine and use it… Read More


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Labels, Labels Everywhere.

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So many labels: Paleo, Keto, Empath, Democratic, Republican, Optimist, Nerd. On and on. Why do we feel the need to label ourselves, to place ourselves into groups/tribes? Sometimes it might be that we’ve found a group of people who are like us, who understand us, and we feel like we’re home with a family, our… Read More

A Roadmap to Heart Health

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As many of you know I have been co-chair of the Health and Medicine Forum at The Commonwealth Club in San Francisco for 11 years now. Through my volunteer work at The Club, I have had the pleasure of meeting incredible people and learning so much. This next week I am chairing, for the second… Read More

Seduction and Satiety

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Catchy title, I know, but it did get your attention. I am proud to chair this program at The Commonwealth Club on July 18th at 6:00 p.m. Stephan Guyenet is a Researcher; Science Consultant; Science Communicator; Author, The Hungry Brain; Founder and Director, Red Pen Reviews. As you can imagine the program will be very interesting… Read More

A Microscope called The Flamingo

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As many of you know I have been co-chair of The Health and Medicine Forum at the prestigious Commonwealth Club in San Francisco for 10 years now. It has afforded me the opportunity to meet such amazing people and hear cutting edge programs. On August 27th, Jan Huiskin from The Morgridge Institute is part of… Read More

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