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Hire a Manager for your Depression!
Is your holiday season this year going to be merry? According to an article published by The Wall Street Journal the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says that, “close to 8% of people 50 and older are report current…
Tags: depression, doctors, Families, health care, Medicare, seniors
Marketing to a “New Frugality”
The “New Frugality” is the behavioral response of Americans to the the nearly $13 trillion loss of wealth since the recession began; their upended confidence in the capitalist system is kick-starting a more cogent move toward frugality. Economists believe that…
Tags: Advertising, Behavioral Economics, branding, Business, culture, Families, Friendship, Marketing, Workplace
Shower with the Grandkids for a Great Recession Buster
Had more fun this morning than a human being has a right to! This as- stressed- as -anyone-else advertising, marketing person, (forget about it being days before Passover!), returning from an early, intensive session of aerobics and serious Spin ,…
Tags: Advertising, Behavioral Economics, Business, culture, exercise, Families, Friendship, Health Care, Marketing, seniors, Workplace
Patting Yourself on the Back After You Exercise?
Yep, here’s another proof that exercise, “often” is really counter-intuitive. A recent study documented the fact that people tended to lose less weight than expected when they passed a certain threshold of serious activity…which is what I all too often…
Tags: Behavioral Economics, Business, culture, Ethics, exercise, Families, food, Friendship, Health Care, Religion
Young Love- Ain’t it Grand?
Thought you’d enjoy this video we shot of a darling couple married 63 years… I guess, much of it is about having a sense of humor! You gotta laugh! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qPphFgzzww4
Tags: culture, Families, Friendship, Health Care, seniors
Now I Remember Why I Love My Starbucks
Some days start off better than others. An inveterate recipient of medical and pharmaceutical RSS feeds and real time alerts from a myriad of medical sources, I’m often hit with a phalanx of “cease and desists” regarding any number of…
Tags: Behavioral Economics, culture, dementia, Families, Friendship, Health Care, Marketing, seniors, Uncategorized