Social Media Is Harmful to Your Brain and Relationships

Social media is making you fatter and sicker by the tweet.

Loving a Broken Body

I lost 290 pounds in six months by giving up rage, anger, humiliation, and suffering.

The Molecules of a Pandemic

Hormones are the Twitter Feed of your mind, body, soul, and microbiome. You are, you will do, and you will eat what they tweet.

Small Mistakes With Huge Consequences

The honest mistakes of a few are the reason 2.2 billion are overweight.

Happy Birthday America

In the struggle of human evolution versus devolution, America is clearly Gettysburg

Unable to Bury a Dead Love

Pretending to be happy is easier than actually being happy sometimes.

The Eve Of Destruction?

The threat of World War III: A call to action

Killing Us Softly

From our brains to our veins - the real problem with politics.

Growing Old Gratefully

Growing old, what can and cannot be done; and what should and should not be done.

When There is Nothing to Say

Witnessing the transition from a place in time to a place in eternity.

Is America's Shadow Playing the Trump Card?

One finger pointing at Trump, three fingers pointing back at America?

Thinking While Black

Racism and the brain-gut connection – a neuroscience perspective on racially motivated police violence towards Black Americans.

Moderation - Strategy or Fantasy?

When moderation is the answer but not an option...

Don't Say Cheese: Harbaugh Photo Ops

Understanding the NCAA, Harbaugh, satellite camps, and football recruiting at the D1 level.

A Hot Mess

The thin line between psychic survival against all odds and systematic self-destruction.

Addicted to Romantic Suspicion

When you are absolutely 100% sure he or she is cheating, and you are absolutely 100% dead wrong every time.

Mind, Body and Election 2016

The presidential election is not only ugly, it is compromising your immune system and health.

Harbaugh's Coaching Genius Strikes Again

Jim Harbaugh is thinking outside of the box, while the rest of college football is just realizing there is a box.

Valentine’s Day, Love, and the Broken Soul

Even if you are lucky enough to find "true love" – do you know where to get the app for it?

5 Brain-Smart Resolutions

Preventing no pain no gain from turning into no pickles no onions.

Brutal Honesty is the New Prozac

Beating depression like it owes you money.

Life After 55 When Your Death Is No Longer Unexpected

In life change is constant and aging is unavoidable, but you will always be you.

The M Word

If society consistently and frequently lies about women, eventually we will believe the lie even after we are confronted with the truth.

What Constitutes Real Science?

"Say it ain't so Joe!": Science and Nature both question the scientific validity of over half of the published psychology research.

This Is Your Brain On College Football

Beyond Social Tribalism, BIRGing, CORFing, and Tailgating - the brain needs its football.

America's Infatuation with Jim Harbaugh

While other college coaches are busy strategizing to win football games, Jim Harbaugh is conquering a nation without trying.

Eye of the Beholder: The Brain Sabotaging Love

Social influences could cause us to walk right past Mr. or Ms. Right without ever recognizing them.

Negotiating Your True Worth

Understanding what you are versus who you are in a world that understands neither.

The Art and Science of Happiness

Perspective determines whether a ruby is a jewel, or a ruby is a stone; and whether being by yourself is the rapture of solitude or the agony of being alone.

We Break Our Own Hearts

Our perception is our worst enemy in love and addictive behaviors.

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