Health

Prescribing Awareness 

We often seek comfort in denial. But by downplaying or ignoring health issues, we can inflict further harm on ourselves and others. Read More 

  • Mark Bertin
  • June 28, 2018
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Tech Yourself, Don’t Wreck Yourself 

Our use of personal technologies may bring up health concerns. But tech isn’t inherently good or bad—it’s often the unconscious choices we make that get us into trouble. Read More 

  • Mark Bertin
  • May 17, 2018
Health

How to Be a Resilient Parent 

Children learn more from what you do than what you say, so your resilience—the way they watch you approach adversity—affects theirs. Explore these mindful strategies for building awareness around challenging experiences. Read More 

  • Mark Bertin
  • April 17, 2018
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Can You Believe It? 

In piecing together a coherent world, it’s easy to succumb to fear and reach sketchy conclusions. Science and meditation are great ways to counteract that. Read More 

  • Mark Bertin
  • December 1, 2017
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Mind Over Meal 

Restrictive diets and food fads are not the way to good nutrition. A healthy dose of attention is what’s called for instead. Read More 

  • Mark Bertin
  • August 1, 2017
Guided Meditation

A 20-Minute Body Scan to Cultivate Attention 

Tuning in to the body gives us a chance to notice where we need to make changes—it's an opportunity to practice responsiveness. Wind down from a busy day with this guided meditation from Mark Bertin, MD. Read More 

  • Mark Bertin
  • January 12, 2017

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