If you need some motivation to get up from your chair, couch, or bed, and keep moving, the book Exercise Is Medicine will do that. Author Judy Foreman explores the science of how physical activity can counter the effects of aging, and has a significant effect on our health and well being. Listen now to the show that was aired on KPFA 94.1FM 1/6/20.
Judy Foreman, is the author of “A Nation in Pain”, and “The Global Pain Crisis,” Her newest book “Exercise is Medicine: How Physical Activity Boosts Health and Slows Aging, is just out.Judy was the health columnist for The Boston Globe for many years and her column was syndicated in outlets including the Los Angeles Times, Dallas Morning News, and Baltimore Sun. She served in the Peace Corps in Brazil for three years, has a Master’s degree from the Harvard Graduate School of Education, was a Lecturer on Medicine and a Fellow in Medical Ethics at Harvard Medical School, and a Knight Science Journalism Fellow at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Judy has won more than 50 journalism awards, including a George Foster Peabody award for co-writing a video documentary about a young woman dying of breast cancer.