You’re invited to a special free event brought to you by the Mount Sinai Children’s Environmental Health Center featuring keynote speaker Rosalind J. Wright, MD, MPH, Horace W. Goldsmith Professor and Vice Chair for Clinical Translational Research at the Jack and Lucy Clark Department of Pediatrics. Ms. Wright will host an interactive discussion with…
Our society is plagued with epidemic levels of depression, stress, anger and anxiety. As an alternative to covering up symptoms like a band-aid with prescription drugs, nutrients in food can promote mental health and happiness. Learn to manage mood swings, depression, stress and anxiety in the Food & Mood lecture and raw food tasting workshop. Happening at 3pm today at Jivamukti yoga school in New York.
Doctors Kornfield and Epstein are back! There is nothing we like more than doctors who expand their practice beyond what they learned in American medical school. Jack Kornfield, PhD and Mark Epstein, MD exemplify how Western psychology can incorporate the wisdom and compassion of Eastern philosophies such as Buddhism. Kornfield and Epstein are two of the West’s most prominent teachers of Buddhist psychology and this November they will lead a 2-day program in New York City to explore the life-changing power, practice, and psychology of well-being, mindfulness and love.
Bisphenol A (BPA) — a chemical used in plastics, aluminum cans, and receipt paper — is found in the bodies of virtually all Americans. Despite scientific evidence that suggests otherwise, chemical industry lobbyists insist that BPA is safe and have blocked attempts to regulate the chemical. How does this happen? Join guest lecturer Frederick S. vom Saal, PhD — who produced the first research to reveal the dangers of BPA — at this special free event.
You’re invited to a special free event brought to you by the Mount Sinai Children’s Environmental Health Center. On Monday, February 25 at 9:00am, Sarah Evans, PhD will host an […]