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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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Eating for Longevity

It is well-proven that cutting certain elements like refined sugar, fast food, and processed meats out of our diets has a beneficial effect on our overall health. Did you know that what you choose to include in your diet may actually be more important to positively...

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Time for the Healer to be Healed

Practicing medicine is a high-stress, pressure-filled career. Long hours spent negotiating the maze of administrative constraints and obligations, directing patients’ health needs, and inflicting exacting demands on themselves take a heavy toll on the physical and...

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Is Exercise the New Wonder Drug or Fountain of Youth?

It may not be as easy as popping a pill, but the positive effects of incorporating exercise into a weight-loss and health regimen are widely appreciated. If there is one thing everyone can agree on, it’s that incorporating regular exercise into one’s daily routine can...

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Springing Forward to Better Sleep

By George Liakeas, MD Concierge Physician, Liakeas CCPHP Spring is officially here, so we can look forward to longer days, warmer weather, and the opportunity to spend more time outdoors. However, you may still be feeling the lingering effects and losing an hour of...

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Food for Thought

As the old adage goes, “You are what you eat.” It’s well known that subsisting on a diet of unhealthy foods contributes to weight gain and a host of other diet-driven diseases, but have you ever thought about the impact your diet has on your brain? While recent...

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Your Practice Diagnosis: Moral Injury

Think about it: when was the last time you sat down to dinner with your family or sat in the bleachers for your children’s ball games? Are you a “pajamas physician,” holed up in your home office until late at night, missing family time because you’re trying to finish...

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Eating for Focus and Energy in 2019

No matter if you travel, work long days, juggle a million tasks at once or have meeting after meeting, eating to fuel your day and feel your best is easy if you plan accordingly. That is what CCPHP Members learned at our January Member Event. Amy Shapiro, MS, RD, CDN,...

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Meditation and Private Tour of the Guggenheim Museum

You don’t need to leave New York City, or be in an entirely private space, to find peace and tranquility. A meditation practice can help each of us find serenity, even in the midst of chaos. This is what CCPHP Members learned at our February Member event at the...

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