Don’t Be Dangerously Distracted and Diverted, Part 2

By Brittany | May 31, 2012 | Category: Lifestyle and Health
Don’t Be Dangerously Distracted and Diverted, Part 2
By Patricia J. Sulak, MD
Dudley P. Baker Endowed Professor, Research and Education in Obstetrics and Gynecology, and Medical Director, Division of Research Department, Obstetrics and Gynecology, Texas A&M College of Medicine, Scott & White Clinic/Memorial Hospital, Temple, TX

In my last blog post on this topic, I ended the post by saying that people who successfully avoid being “diverted and distracted” have definition and discipline. So, what does that mean?

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Don’t Be Dangerously Distracted and Diverted, Part 1

By Brittany | May 29, 2012 | Category: Lifestyle and Health
Don’t Be Dangerously Distracted and Diverted, Part 1
By Patricia J. Sulak, MD
Dudley P. Baker Endowed Professor, Research and Education in Obstetrics and Gynecology, and Medical Director, Division of Research Department, Obstetrics and Gynecology, Texas A&M College of Medicine, Scott & White Clinic/Memorial Hospital, Temple, TX

In my past Lifestyle & Health columns, I’ve discussed Make Movement Mandatory, Critique Caloric Consumption, and Stifle Stress and Sever Suffering. But, how can we and our patients incorporate these habits into our lives that can foster health and happiness? I think it’s important that we “Don’t Be Dangerously Distracted and Diverted.” To quote Dr Jeff Clark, a friend and Scott & White neurologist, "It's a culture war!" Today, we are constantly being bombarded with images of lifestyles and products that are anything but a set-up for long-term health and happiness. We literally have to question everything

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