Heart of Mind Radio – 03.03.17

On today’s Heart Of Mind Radio, Kathryn Davis interviews Sifu Ed D’urso, about his upcoming program “Resilience Training Using Low Impact Exercises To Enhance Health, Emotional Well-Being & Freedom of Movement” at the New York Open Center. The program occurs tonight, Friday February 3rd, 7-9 PM. Located at 30th St and Madison Ave in NY.


Why sex gets better in older age

Aging is generally associated with improvements in our quality of life: We become more proficient in our work, learn how to manage our finances better and our bonds with loved ones deepen. With time and practice, most of the core domains of our lives improve as we develop skills and strategies to manage our lives with more mastery. An exception …


Ask Beatty – 11.29.16

Listeners are always curious about Beatty’s background. So today she talks openly about her family, career and her own challenges. She also encourages people when difficulties arise to not despair. But rather, we all need to take a deep breath and acknowledge, address and resolve our problems one by one with or without professional health.


Heart of Mind Radio – 09.16.16

On today’s Heart Of Mind Radio, host Kathryn Davis speaks with Indigenous Wisdom Keeper and organizing Grandfather “Mezatzin Azteka Yolokalli” to talk on Re-encounter of Indigenous People of the Eagle with the People of the Condor in Concordance. UEI Tlatokan… Grand Council: 10 +1 Sacred Circle of Grandmothers & Grandfathers Sages of the Planet. A series of events Septebmer 21-25, 2016.


New University of Alberta study challenges ‘mid-life crisis’ theory

Jan. 11, 2015 – For half a century, the accepted research on happiness has shown our lives on a U-shaped curve, punctuated by a low point that we’ve come to know as the “mid-life crisis”. A number of studies have claimed over the years that happiness declines for most from the early 20s to middle age (40 to 60). Today, …

Diabetes drug causes cancer: Big pharma fined for destroying the evidence

In 1999, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved a new drug – Actos – for the treatment of diabetes in the United States. It did not take long before the drug became the best-selling diabetes treatment in the world, primarily due to its effect of reducing glucose production in the liver. For those taking and prescribing it, Actos seemed like a …