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The Non-Exerciser's Guide to the Why, How and What of Better Health

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Dear *|Fname|*,

A thousand other commitments every day hold us back from the one thing that can jump-start our bodies to better health quickly. Yes, it's daily exercise, and yes, you knew that. But did you know that: 

  • There are effective and not-too-hard ways to get good exercise into your daily routine?
  • It's good for your brain, your emotional health, your bones and all kinds of other stuff? 
  • Even if you do some kinds of exercise -- say, a daily walk -- there are a few other simple habits to add for optimal health? 

This month, we have answers about exercise: The why, the how, the what. The Who? That's you.

Recent Health Care Blog Posts

Here are some recent posts on our patient safety blog that might interest you.

  • A personal story about a client of ours who was able to push for better safety practices in blood banking at the National Institutes of Health, so that what happened to his loved one won't happen to anybody else. 
  • A gripping story from Detroit about the patients of a malpracticing cancer doctor who were able to forgive him as he was sentenced to prison.
There's a new scorecard for surgeons' complication rates. But is it ready for prime time?
Danger ATVs cause more deaths and injuries than almost any other product under the Consumer Product Safety Commission’s jurisdiction, impacting the lives of more than 100,000 families every year.
Between 1982 and 2013, there were 13,043 ATV-related fatalities; 3,023 of those were children younger than 16.
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Despite warnings from manufacturers, federal agencies and consumer advocates that ATVs are unsafe on roadways, 35 states (or 69 percent) allow ATVs on certain roads.
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Patrick Malone
Patrick Malone & Associates

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