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The Exercise Prescription

At our May SENS event, Jordan Metzl, M.D. shared his passion for health, fitness and sports medicine with our Members in his presentation, “The Medicine of Movement.” Dr. Metzl is a renowned sports medicine physician, best-selling author and fitness instructor, who...

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Regain Your Doctorpreneurial Spirit

Corporatized hospitals have become a way of life for many physicians who, frustrated by the regulatory responsibilities of independent practice, sought to shift those burdens to a system better designed to manage them, selling their practices to corporations hungry...

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Health and Hydration

By Susan Greeley, MS, RDN During the heat of summer with peak humidity, it’s hard not to think of hydrating! Yet, drinking enough water and staying properly hydrated is essential to health at all times. Simply put, water sustains life! Water in our bodies Adults are...

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Your Gut Biome Could Be Making You Sleepy…

Getting enough sleep is vital for your physical and mental health. Proper sleep hygiene and daily exercise may help you fall – and stay – asleep through the night. But if you do not sleep well despite regular exercise and a healthy sleep regimen, you may want to...

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Zucchini Soup

While zucchini and summer squash are abundant, you may be looking to use them in something other than ratatouille, minestrone, zucchini bread or as a simple grilled summer vegetable. Here’s a light, “creamy” way to enjoy all of those garden goods, and it freezes well...

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Mixed Greens with Grilled Peaches and Fennel

2 large peaches (soft but still firm – not over or under ripe) 1 small fennel bulb, ends cut off and sliced into large, thick slices for grilling 1 Tb avocado oil for grilling (recommended, but can use other oil of choice) 6 cups mixed greens (baby kale, baby...

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Eat This Way to Live to 100

“We don’t just want to live long. We want to live well.” How we eat and live to achieve this goal was the focus of our June SENS event, where CCPHP Members heard from Carolyn Brown, MS, RD, a registered dietitian at Foodtrainers, in her presentation, “Eat This Way to...

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Men, Get Moving! — Exercise and Prostate Health

Since June is Men’s Health Month, we’d like to focus on helping you maintain your prostate health. The prostate, the gland that surrounds the urethra, begins to grow once men reach middle age and can become enlarged in many men over 40, leading to diseases such as...

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Mental Health 2.0: You Are What You Eat

We’ve all heard that food impacts mood. On April 1, CCPHP Members had the pleasure of listening to renowned psychiatrist and “Kale Evangelist”, Dr. Drew Ramsey, present on how the way we eat, the way we farm, and the way we connect has drastically shifted and the...

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Relax and Recharge: Breathing Workshop in a Modern Salt Cave

At our March event, CCPHP Members recharged their bodies and minds at Salthaus, an urban oasis on Manhattan’s Upper East Side that recreates the microclimate of natural salt caves, which have been used in Europe for over 150 years. During this event, which involved...

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Spring Salad Recipe

Enjoying some fresh-from-the-garden produce that is seasonal and local creates dishes that are fresher, tastier and more nutritious than ones made with ingredients out of season. Enjoy this salad with any variety of greens and other garden goodies! 8 cups raw spinach...

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Summer Vacation Diet Sabotage

By Susan Greeley, MS, RDN Don’t we all love long summer days? It seems everyone is more relaxed, and that’s exactly when many people find that they gain weight! After many years of conducting weight-loss programs with clients, the most consistent observation I’ve made...

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