Lifestyle Medicine

Aug. 1, 2019 at 11:49am

The newest edition of Lifestyle Medicine, edited by Dr. James Rippe, has just been published.  In its over 1400 pages, it sets forth the latest science on the impact of daily habits and actions that profoundly impact both short- and long-term health and quality of life.  As such, it serves physicians and other health professionals who are incorporating lifestyle medical practices with their patients.

 

At the invitation of Dr. Rippe, numerous national experts were asked to contribute chapters on nutrition, physical activities, obesity and weight management, and more.  The book contains 126 chapters.

 

Joe Piscatella was invited to write a chapter on A Patient’s Perspective on the Keys to Longevity: 40 Years after Undergoing Coronary Artery Bypass Surgery. He is the only non-medical contributor to Lifestyle Medicine.  Says Joe, “I am deeply honored to be part of this undertaking.”

 


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