Empowering leaders and every day citizens to have the courage to ask the hard questions, to determine the “why’s”, and come together to solve social and health issues by dealing with the root causes
Demystifying Health and Healing
“We don’t have a health care system, we have a disease management system” ~ Dr. Andrew Weil.
Ken is on a mission to “put the CARE back in health care”, and believes there’s a role for each of us to play. The simple belief is that the health care system is something you should use when necessary, then get out. It is not some place to spend the rest of your life. We CAN figure out root causes, and our bodies CAN heal. Join me. Get engaged. Heal Yourself , Heal Healthcare, Heal the World.
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We [think different]. Where others see [crisis], we see [opportunity]. We believe that ‘it takes a community’ to make a difference, our goal is to create a community that makes a real difference in the world.
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Recent Blog Posts
December 7, 2016 |
Embracing the Placebo Effect in Health Care: One Patient’s View
What’s up with placebo effect and do we embrace it? What is placebo effect? What is nocebo effect? Placebo...
November 24, 2016 |
A Request to Debunkers
Spoiler Alert: The request is simple. Please become part of the solution. I am a patient of the health care...
February 8, 2016 |
A New Baby is Born (not that kind)
Does any of this sound familiar to you? I’ve been working on a new venture for quite some time, but it’s just...
September 11, 2015 |
Science Catches Up … Eventually
As a person with a computer science background, I have been a supporter of science of all kinds for a long time....
April 30, 2015 |
Keep Asking ‘Why?’
If you’re not finished asking ‘why’, then you’re not finished! I’m sure you remember the times when you...
March 12, 2015 |
Healthy Communities – Coming Together as a Community to Solve Social Issues
There are a lot of social issues that affect our communities today. Mental illness, physical disease, and global warming are but a few of the ones that seem to affect us all. They’re big problems, and it often seems like they are so big that there’s nothing that anyone can do to solve the problems. It’s very easy to be lulled into the belief that we are too small to make a difference. But what if?