Lifestyle Medical’s RPM program shows improved outcomes during pandemic


Lifestyle Medical is a primary care practice in Riverside, California, dedicated to chronic disease prevention and reversal.


The core problem it sought to address is that lifestyle factors are the root causes for the majority of its patients’ disease burden, but more than 99% of the underlying drivers of health take place outside of the clinics.

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The traditional primary care office is really not well designed to care for conditions such as diabetes and heart disease, even though healthcare now knows that these conditions can

Making Smart Lifestyle Changes Now Could Alter AD’s Risk Later


Dementia is not an inevitable part of aging, although we couldn’t be faulted for thinking so given the high number of Americans who live with the condition. Alzheimer’s disease (AD) is the most common cause of dementia, affecting more than 5.5 million adults in the United States alone. The World Health Organization (WHO) estimates there are about 50 million people worldwide with AD, and the number is increasing by 10 million every year. These numbers are going to continue climbing as the world’s population ages. We need to act now to help combat this rise – but what can we

Pandemic parody of `Goodnight Moon’ to be released in fall | Lifestyle


NEW YORK — A popular online spoof of the children’s favorite “Goodnight Moon,” reworked for the coronavirus, will be published by Penguin Random House this fall.

The Penguin imprint Philomel Books announced Monday that “Good Morning Zoom,” written by Lindsay Rechler and illustrated by June Park, is scheduled for Oct. 6. Currently self-published, “Good Morning Zoom” takes Margaret Wise Brown’s beloved bedtime story and turns it into a narrative about Zoom, bread baking, home schooling and other familiar parts of life during the pandemic.

Rechler is a banking executive and mother of two who lives in Manhattan. Park is a

South Africa: Premier Alan Winde On Lifestyle Audits of Western Cape Cabinet Members


When I became Premier last year, I committed to clean and open governance. One of my commitments was lifestyle audits for all members of my cabinet and I am pleased to say that I have received and studied the final report which shows that all members of cabinet and their spouses live a lifestyle in line with their income and that there were no conflicts of interest.

My commitment was that my cabinet would undergo lifestyle audits at the beginning of the term and again at the end, to ensure that no one is able to use their position on