Depression and Exercise

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Those who know me well, look at me as bit of a health and wellness nut. Don’t look at myself like that, well at least not the nut bit. Most of my work life is behind a desk, in a car, or on a plane. So it is a joy to be out stretching the […]


Join the Bowel Movement

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One of the topics I touched on briefly in my talk at the Alt.1 conference, was the challenge of helping individuals with chronic health conditions enjoy the health and wellness benefits of a regular bowel movement. It sounds mundane, but can have a big benefit. For everyone, but especially individuals with chronic health conditions, intellectual […]


Social Entrepreneurs Map Future to Independent Living

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The Alt.1 conference at the School of Business, University at Albany SUNY, was a great success.  I enjoyed the panel on which I spoke, the material presented, and the innovation of the Assistive Technology ideas for independent living generated.  Thanks to Dr. Paul Miesing of the Center for Advancement & Understanding of Social Enterprises (CAUSE)  and Fred Erlich, Executive Director […]