Merrick Rosenberg is a personality expert and the CEO of Take Flight Learning. To make the four quadrant model of the brain more accessible to people, he has likened the different personality styles associated with each quadrant to four distinct birds: eagles, parrots, doves and owls. Understanding people – and yourself – in these terms can help you make a strong first impression, sail through the interview process, and land the perfect job.
It’s been predicted that half of the adult U.S. population will have diabetes by the year 2050. Now a new study by UCLA has revealed that 46% of the adult population in California is already prediabetic– on top of the 9% that already has diabetes.
Dr. Diana Ramos always wanted to be a doctor from as far back as she can remember. The dream was so strong that she found a way to make it real, even after a detour that came about after some discouraging words – a lesson learned about seeking out the right mentors.
Losing weight is never easy, but for new moms it can be particularly difficult. The things that new moms do tend to lose – sleep, time for themselves, contact with the outside world – all seem to conspire to keep them from losing the weight they put on during their pregnancy.
At the end of her previous article, “Treatment and Research Directions for the Older Cancer Patient,” Arti Hurria, M.D., Director, Cancer and Aging Research Program at City of Hope, was asked: How do you treat the older patient who is isolated and doesn’t have a social support group? The support network of family and friends that a person has provides a crucial role during treatment, but in cases where it is lacking, Dr. Hurria’s whole team approach to treating the whole patient serves as a de facto support system.