- Episode 23: Dr. Doug Lisle Discusses Self-esteem and Nutrition in the Treatment of Mental Health Issues
- Episode 22: Defeat the Stigma Project’s Run Across Wisconsin
- Episode 21: Dealing with Depression as a Runner, an Interview with Steve Runner
- Episode 20: An Interview with Karl Hoppner
- Episode 19: An Interview with Suzy Favor Hamilton
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Author Archives: David B. Jones, Ph.D.
Julio Salazar has struggled with depression and anxiety for most of his life. Born in Costa Rica and now living with his wife and children in Minnesota, Julio has courageously worked to overcome these issues with therapy, medication, and, of … Continue reading
Most of you have experienced in one was or another the effects of premenstrual dysphoric disorder. In today’s episode, we have the opportunity to talk to someone who has been effected by this and hear how running helped in its … Continue reading
Most of us have had or know someone who has had a chronic disease like diabetes, cardiovascular disease or hypertension. In today’s episode, I interview Dr. Rick Guynes, a board certified cardiologist, and Dr. Ed Daly, a board certified internal … Continue reading
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The following is an abstract of a study reported in the Journal of Sport Psychology addressing the withdrawal symptoms in runners who have to miss running sessions. I think most of us can relate. “The types and frequency of sensations … Continue reading
In a 2005 study presented in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine, researchers found that aerobic exercise, at the level suggested for public health, reduced depression as measured by the Hamilton Rating Scale for Depression by 47% over 12 … Continue reading
I won a trophy last weekend. I placed first in my age division in a half-marathon. The fact that I placed first is not the important part of this. The fact that I was able to place first is. In … Continue reading
On this week of Thanksgiving, my thoughts turn to gratitude for the ability to continue to run. Ten years ago, this coming month, Lori and I were in New York for a meeting and to do some Christmas shopping. It … Continue reading