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Ideal Wellness World?

    I recently posted (very unscientifically) a question on a social media forum; “What is your biggest complaint, mystery and or philosophy on all things health concerned.”   Below is a sample of the answers received. While I understand any group that I belong to is not unbiased, the comments reflect sentiments I’ve heard

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Election and Wellness Fatigue!

    Voter Fatigue occurs when:   Voters get tired of heading to the polls and voting Lack of trust in any of the candidates that are running Lack of trust in how the system is being run Lack of convenience when casting a vote (physical reasons, work reasons) Lack of interest in any of

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Leadership on the Rails

    In a recent issue of the New Yorker Magazine author Josh Rothman talks about the dangers of the “lionization of leaders.” Or in his words;   “The glorification of leadership makes existing leaders seem disappointing by comparison, leading to an ever more desperate search for “real” leaders to replace them.”   Rothman discusses

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Less is More

    A 2010 New York Times article on the word/concept of wellness noted that when Dan Rather did a 60 Minutes segment on the topic in 1979, he intoned, “Wellness, there’s a word you don’t hear everyday.” But “more than three decades later,” the NYT notes, “wellness is, in fact, a word that Americans might

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