If you ask people about what part of psychology do they think is hard, and you say, “Well, what about thinking and emotions?” Most people will say, “Emotions are terribly hard. They’re incredibly complex. They … Continue reading Marvin Minsky: Health, population and the human mind
With all the legitimate concerns about AIDS and avian flu — and we’ll hear about that from the brilliant Dr. Brilliant later today — I want to talk about the other pandemic, which is cardiovascular … Continue reading Dean Ornish: The world’s killer diet
I constantly engage with different cultures to keep learning. You can keep learning too by seeing different things and exploring different places.
For my own wellbeing, I stop and take a moment to take notice. You can too by experiencing new surroundings and allowing it to surprise you.
Does anybody know when the stethoscope was invented? Any guesses? 1816. And what I can say is, in 2016, doctors aren’t going to be walking around with stethoscopes. There’s a whole lot better technology coming, … Continue reading Eric Topol: The wireless future of medicine
Well it’s a great pleasure to be in this venue. I don’t know if I’ve ever spoken in such a remarkable venue before. I hope to do it justice. What my topic today is nothing … Continue reading Ideas At The House: Martin Seligman – Well-Being and Happiness
Thank you. It’s really an honor and a privilege to be here spending my last day as a teenager. Today I want to talk to you about the future, but first I’m going to tell … Continue reading Eva Vertes: My dream about the future of medicine
Keeping active means different things to different people. I go to the gym every day to stay active but you can stay active according to your needs and abilities, like exploring green spaces in your … Continue reading Young Volunteers: Creativity & Wellbeing Project – Be Active
BETH MEAGHER: One of the things that I think was the theme in everyone’s introduction and area of focus is this whole concept of interoperability. There is a confluence of events that is happening, and … Continue reading The Future of Health (Cloud Next ’19)