Are You Sabotaging Your Health and Recovery?

Many people come to the office in pain or looking to improve their health.  Then they wonder why it’s taking so long or they aren’t getting the results they are looking for.  What are you doing that is sabotaging your health and recovery?  If you continue to do things that are causing the problems, it […]

10 brain books you should read in 2019

What’s on your “to-read” list this year? Here are a few books that I’ve read (or plan to in 2019) chosen based on research rigour, chosen, publication date (the last year or two) and practical application. In other words: these books synthesise the most compelling brain science and smart ideas emerging from the research lab […]

Why facing death makes us want to live

This weeks fabulous and thought-provoking guest blog post comes from Mandy Hu (aka Xian Hu) who studied Neurobiology at the University of Amsterdam and majored in Science Communication. Who she is? A writer, a traveller and a dreamer. She is still searching for her voice in science writing, but to get an idea of her writing style you […]

How to Gain and Retain Top Healthcare Workers

Today’s healthcare landscape is in an interesting position. Recently, open positions have begun to outnumber those who are seeking employment, making it more important than ever to gain and retain talent. With many of the baby boomer generation aging out of healthcare, experienced, talented healthcare professionals are a hot commodity. In August alone, the healthcare […]

Greed In Small Town U.S.A.

“Oh but ain’t that America, for you and me, Ain’t that America, we’re something to see baby, Ain’t that America, home of the free, yeah, Little pink houses for you and me, oh for you and me” John Mellencamp I asked my neighbor what I should write about and he referred me to an article in […]