Dr. Melina’s Super Bowl Tips

Dr. Melina says we eat more on Super Bowl Sunday than any other day of the year except for Thanksgiving! Try three of the tips she offers to tackle this challenging eating day:

1. Limit starch at breakfast and lunch. You’ll get plenty later on in the day. Start with a big veggie omelet instead.

2. Plan a more intense workout early in the day before the big game begins.

3. If you’re drinking, make sure to drink one glass of water in between every alcoholic beverage.

For more practical diet suggestions, behavioral tips, strategies and exercises to keep you on track all year long, check out Dr.
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OMG! Senior Moment

Our exclusive speaker Dr. Carl Hammerschlag blogged on a topic that hits all of us at one time or another…losing our place in our conversation! His happened to be on a main stage platform and the “truth” he experienced from this makes it worth our repeating his blog on our site, so here it is, Enjoy!

At my first speaking engagement of the New Year, I had a scary experience that made me wonder what the rest of this year might bring. I was addressing the Minnesota Hospital Association about leadership in healthcare as our culture shifts from a delivery model based on intervention to one based on prevention.
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Speakers On Healthcare Selects Top 5 Women Speakers

The 14th annual National Women’s Health Week kicks off on Mother’s Day, May 12, 2013, and is a week-long health observance coordinated by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ Office of Women’s Health. It brings together communities, businesses, government, health organizations, and other groups in an effort to promote women’s health and its importance. In planning your event, consider the Top 5 Women Speakers selected by Speakers On Healthcare.

Speakers On Healthcare is proud to represent women speakers on topics including heart health, mental health, brain and memory health, nutrition and aging, and relieving stress:
Tracey Conway Women's Heart Health SpeakerTracey Conway- Emmy award-winning actress Tracey Conway, inspires both belly laughs and tears as she relates the circumstances and details of her deadly cardiac arrest and subsequent recovery at age 38.
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