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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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“Approachable” Wellness: Even the Little Things Help

In today’s 24/7 world, where work follows us home—or even on vacation—and stress is a daily fact of life, it is no wonder that there is a renewed emphasis on carving out time for activities or habits that promote wellness in our lives. And that’s easier, and less...

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Your Mother Was Right: Everything in Moderation

Every day, there’s another article in your Facebook feed about how one person lived to 105 by having a shot of whiskey every day. Does this mean you should rush down to your liquor store and buy a magnum of whiskey? No. Dietary recommendations have tended to cycle...

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Creating Your Own Meditation Space

It’s no secret that the myriad of stresses of modern society can take their toll on our mental and physical health, which is why it is so important to take time to recharge. Developing a meditation practice is one way to balance the mind and help heal the body. If you...

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Defy the Odds!

Since 2012, there has been an upward trend of physicians selling their private practices in order to take positions with hospitals. 2016 marked “the first year in which physician practice ownership [was] no longer the majority arrangement.”[1] In the next 10 years, it...

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Generosity, Compassion and Your Health

The holiday season is upon us, which, for many, can mean an increase in stress, stress-related illnesses, and depression. We’ve discussed ways in which to alleviate these negative effects – getting enough sleep, exercise and maintaining a healthy diet. But did you...

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High Touch Means Better Health

A new study shows that seniors who participate in the Medicare Advantage program may experience better health resulting from the greater frequency with which they are able to see their primary health physicians—also known as a “high-touch” patient-doctor...

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