A Centenarian is a person who lives to be 100 years old. There are certain areas of the world that have higher populations of people who live to be 100, but there are people in all parts of the world who also live that long. Living to be 100 is no easy task. As a human being we are constantly battling against forces that are trying to recycle us back into the earth. Those forces include disease, trauma, malnutrition, and gravity. Read more »
As we approach the shortest day of the year, we here in Bozeman really feel the affects of less sunlight each day. There is a true medical condition associated with this change called seasonal affective disorder or S.A.D for short. SAD is a really appropriate acronym because that’s exactly what happens to people who suffer from the shorter days with less sunlight, they become sad. Read more »
How often do you hear yourself say, “I wish I had more energy”? With only 24 hours in a day and so many things to do, we often feel we are falling short of accomplishing everything we want too. Last month in Bozeman we had Neil deGrasse Tyson speak at MSU and he shared with us some wonderful thought provoking ideas and pictures about science and our solar system. He reminded us that we are all made of the same things; tiny molecules bound together by electrons and re-arranged into many shapes and structures to bring diversity to life on our planet. So how do we get this energy into our bodies?