As you age, it is normal for your bones to lose density. When you are young, your bones continue to grow and add mass until you are about thirty years old. Sometime between thirty and forty-five, more bone starts to absorb than is replaced, causing
By Molly McDonald
This issue we meet Jane Honeck, CPA, PFS, PCC who understands that the problem with money is not about the money at all, but something deeper.
As a Money Coach, Jane helps people move toward long-term financial change by recognizing the areas of deep
Preparing for Healing
by Kathi J Kemper, M.D., M.P.H
After more than thirty years, I’m finally coming out of the closet. I’ve been to medical school, completed a residency and a fellowship, taught at prestigious medical schools, received NIH grants, conducted research, held leadership positions in national