She was one of the most well-known faces of MTV, making history as the network’s first Latina VJ, and she hosted of House of Style, America’s Funniest Home Videos, the World Music Awards, and Dick Clark’s Rockin’ New Year’s Eve. Born in Cuba to Spanish and Cuban parents, Daisy Fuentes was raised in Spain before her family settled down in New Jersey. She might not be on MTV any more, but she’s continuing to make a difference in the world…
Actress Mariska Hargitay has starred on NBC’s Law & Order: SVU since 1999. She created such an iconic TV detective character that Taylor Swift even named one of her cats after her. These days, Hargitay has a happy home life with her husband, actor Peter Hermann, and their three children, but it didn’t come easily. Here’s a look back at what the actress has survived…
Surviving an accident was the easy part; coping with the chronic pain would prove more difficult. Danna Pycher shares her story about trauma and the transformative insight she gained that allowed her to harness the healing power of the subconscious mind.
When will we decide to conquer chronic disease?
The moment we realize the future’s not only in our genes but also in our hands with the choices we make regarding food and nutrition. We now know how we grow before we are born, matters.
A woman who is pregnant with a daughter is nourishing the egg that may someday become her grandchild. We must remove the vulnerability for developing chronic disease before it starts.
There are few authors who could write important books on subjects as diverse as Alzheimer’s, chess, genetics and information overload.
Yet David Shenk’s background as a contributor to National Geographic, the BBC and the New York Times, to mention but a few, allows him to bring these diverse and complex subjects within the reach of all.