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Dr. Marc Milstein is a Scientist, Researcher, and Professional Speaker who makes cutting-edge Health and Wellness research approachable, and empowers his audience to apply these vital findings to their work and daily lives. The keynote speaker Marc Milstein specializes in connecting the latest research from multiple science disciplines and integrating this complex information into a clear, accurate picture for physicians, therapists, companies, and anyone who is looking for clear solutions to improve our health and happiness.
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Dr. Marc Milstein has been quoted breaking down and analyzing the latest research in popular press such as USA Today, Huffington Post and Weight Watchers Magazine. Dr. Milstein can also be seen on TV’s “Dr. Oz” show explaining the latest scientific breakthroughs that improve our life. Dr. Milstein specializes in taking the leading science research on human health, productivity, and happiness and presents it in a way that entertains, educates and empowers his audience to live better. His lecture topics range from cutting-edge brain science topics such as sleep, memory, stress, and emotions to how our DNA and trillions of cells work in concert with our environment to determine our health.
Dr. Milstein earned both his Ph.D. in Biological Chemistry and his Bachelor of Science in Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology from UCLA. Dr. Milstein has conducted research on topics including genetics, cancer biology, neuroscience, and infectious disease and his work has been published in multiple scientific journals. Dr. Milstein’s presentations empower his audiences to use breakthrough science to optimize their daily life.
Two just-published studies uncovered that happiness boosts productivity and lifespan. In fact, a happy employee is approximately 12 to 25% more productive. On the other hand, one unhappy employee, making a salary of $65,000 dollars a year can cost a company about $4000 dollars in lost productivity a year. Now imagine a company of 50 or 100 unhappy employees and how much that can hurt. So how do we make people happy? Sometimes the things we think are going to make us happier, don’t in fact make us any happier.
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We all experience stress – some of it is good and some of it is bad. But chronic stress can destroy our brains and bodies, leading to disease and dysfunction from head to toe. There has been a revolution in our understanding of ways to control and minimize negative, chronic stress thanks to the wonders of brain science. Get the scoop on how simple, usable, day to day techniques can have a dramatic impact on our mental and physical health and why mindfulness is now mainstream brain science. Find out the latest scientific breakthroughs that unlock the secrets to a more balanced, happier life.
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The statistics are staggering. 47 million people have dementia worldwide, and that number is expected to skyrocket to 115 million people by 2050. Recently, we could not scientifically say we could lower our risk of developing Alzheimer’s and dementia, but now there is real excitement in this field as we now have a science-based understanding on how to lower our risks and keep our brain young. In fact, recent studies estimate that about a third of dementia is preventable. Surprisingly the secret to younger, healthier brain is not brain games, crossword puzzles or sudoku. Hear the breakthrough science to really keep your brain young.
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