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September 27, 2016

Mayo Clinic Minute Reporter Jeff Olsen Practices What He Preaches

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When it comes to his health, Jeff Olsen has always tried to do the right thing. But sometimes, life has gotten in the way of those good intentions. (We can relate.) “I’m a husband, a father of four, I work two jobs,” Jeff explains, adding that his full schedule and full life have sometimes led […]

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Tags: Dr James Levine, Dr. Amit Sood, Dr. Karen Grothe, Jeff Olsen, Katherine Zeratsky, Mayo Clinic Minute


January 5, 2016

New Year’s Resolutions for the Easily Discouraged

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January. The month that for many of us brings distressing post-holiday news from weight scales, guilt-inspired resolutions, new gym memberships, and, by month’s end, a sinking feeling that we’re losing more inertia than pounds. Even though workout plans tell you to start slowly, and diet plans (at least the legitimate ones) tell you not to […]

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Tags: Dr Edward Laskowski, Dr James Levine, Dr. Amit Sood, Kay Yost


October 6, 2015

Take a Stand and Get Moving, Moving

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The idea that “sitting is the new smoking” certainly has legs. (So to speak.) It gained some traction back in 2011, when James Levine, M.D., Ph.D., (he of magic underwear fame) told The New York Times Magazine, “Excessive sitting is a lethal activity.” Since then, evidence has been mounting that all the hours logged in […]

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