Think, for a moment, about questionnaires you fill out at your doctor’s office… Are you now or have you ever been a smoker? Do you
Biting your quivering lip through a holiday prayer… excusing yourself to the bathroom during a tradition a loved one used to enjoy… banishing the mention of certain names during family gatherings…
Does that sound familiar?
Because the holidays are such a special time for most people.
Almost every family has a set of traditions, across the aisle and from the very religious to the totally secular.
From the very beginning of our consciousness, rest is a catch-all palliative for any number of maladies. Cranky? Take a nap. Can’t think straight? Close
Some of the worst parts of childhood are the rainy weekends where you can’t go anywhere. Or those birthday-party-Saturdays when you’re sick and Mom won’t
Who’s better at multitasking, men or women? That’s a trick question, actually – the answer is no one. Long-time followers will know that Dr. Pedram Shojai
Cultural and social experts have called the past ten years the “Subscription Decade.” But it may be more accurate to call it…
The “Customization Decade.”
Your meals can be customized and delivered to your home for you to cook. You can design your own shampoo by answering a few questions about your hair and feeding the answers into an algorithm. You can even customize your entertainment by choosing a number of platforms you utilize the most and only paying for those.