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April 8, 2016  

On today's Gary Null Show, Gary started the  show with his “Health and Healing” segment. Here are the topics Gary discussed:

Can You Reverse Type 2 Diabetes?

Drop in body temperature linked to aging aggravates manifestations of Alzheimer's disease.

Wisdom is a matter of both heart and mind, research finds.

Does sitting time decrease your lifespan (even if you exercise)?
An apple a day really can keep the doctor away. Apples slash the risk of heart attack or stroke by a third.
After a quick break,
Gary goes to a great video from Bibb County Superior Court Judge Verda Colvin in Georgia. Here is the link to the article and video:
Lastly, listen to Professor Michael Puett discuss "What the wisdom of ancient Chinese philosophers can teach us about living a healthier and better life in our modern world." Here is his bio:

Professor Michael Puett is the Walter Klein Professor of Chinese History in the Department of East Asian Languages and Civilizations, and the Chair of the Committee on the Study of Religion at Harvard University.  His areas of focus are on the interrelations between anthropology, history, religion and philosophy. Michael’s course in Classical Chinese Ethical and Political Theory – which introduces undergraduates to the postmodern relevancy of the timeless wisdom of the early Chinese sages -- such as Confucius, Mencius, Lao Tsu, and Chuang Tsu -- is the third most popular courses at Harvard after intro to economics and computer technology, and attracts up to 700 students.  He has received multiple awards for his teaching and advising skills and has been named a Harvard College Professor in recognition of his dedication to undergraduate education. He earned his doctorate from the University of Chicago, and his most recent book “The Path: What Chinese Philosophers Can Teach Us About the Good Life” offers the timeless advice ancient Chinese thinkers to the challenges in our modern times.

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