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Sometimes very simple things are the answers to difficult issues. Read my article and learn how breathing can help with stress.
If your teenage daughter is dieting, help her adopt habits that will give her a genuinely healthy body and a great body image.
Think you’re hitting the gym hard? You might not be doing as much as you thought.
High-intensity exercise raises your metabolic rate, even after you’ve finished. It also promotes positive change in the brain.
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A.B. Chemistry (highest honors), Williams College, 1964 - 1967M.D., University of California, San Francisco, 1968 - 1971
Medicine, Beth Israel Hospital, Boston, MA, 1971 - 1972
Internal Medicine, Beth Israel Hospital, Boston, MA, 1972 - 1973Anesthesia, University of California, San Francisco, 1975 - 1977
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Last Updated: February 13th, 2012
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