Voted top 10 best seller
in the self-improvement category
|1.||Do big small things||Bruce tip poon|
|2.||Chicken soup for the soul: : Merry Christmas!: 101 Joyous holiday stories||Amy Newmark, foreword by Santa Claus|
|3.||Chicken soup for the soul: Think possible: 101 Stories about using a positive attitude to improve your life||Amy Newmark and Deborah Norville|
|4.||Lifelines: Unlock the secrets of your telomeres for a longer, healthier life
|5.||The 20/20 diet: Turn your weight loss vision into reality||Phil McGraw|
|6.||big Magic: Creative living beyond fear||Elizabeth Gilbert|
|7.||O’s Little guide to finding your true purpose||O, The oprah magazine editors|
|8.||How to win friends & influence people||Dale Carnegie|
|9.||Brave enough||Cheryl Strayed|
|10.||The gifts of imperfection: Let go of who you think you’re supposed to be and embrace who you are||BrenŽ Brown|
They’re like the plastic tips of your shoelaces that keep them from fraying. But they’re at the ends of your DNA and they keep you from developing disease and dying too young.
The discovery of telomeres was one of the true miracle breakthroughs in contemporary medicine. Nobel-winning scientist Dr. Elizabeth Blackburn and her research teams have opened a world of promise when it comes to living longer and healthier. Today, we have the know-how to slow the disintegration process to beat our biological clock and prevent disease. Keeping your telomeres robust and as long as possible is crucial to your health.
Dr. Chin offers practical and realistic ways to optimize the length of your telomeres to give you an advantage in what really counts most in life – how long and how well you will live.
Elaine Chin, MD, MBA is a North American trailblazer of personalized medicine and her goal is to educate people on how to stay healthier longer. Using leading edge diagnostic tools, she has discovered the power of telomeres science to support her claim that everyone can help themselves live longer, perform better – and feel younger too.
She is the Chief Wellness Officer at TELUS Communications. Her primary focus has been to deliver world class wellness programs to Canadians by integrating digital health technology and the science of precision medicine. Dr. Chin also sits on the GTA Community Board at TELUS.
Appointed as a Heath Leader-In-Residence at the Odette School of Business at the University of Windsor, she is part of a academic team that will drive results at the World Health Innovation Network. WIN will cultivate a field of highly skilled, specialized entrepreneurs and professionals to build capacity for advancing innovative health products, processes and technologies. These experts will join forces to develop tangible health care benefits to all Canadians and advance health system sustainability and economic growth.
Dr. Chin is a frequent speaker on executive health as a strategic tool in improving workplace productivity and protecting human capital. She has lectured at the Rotman School of Management and is presently an adjunct professor at York University’s Faculty of Health in Toronto, Canada.
Dr. Chin received her medical degree from the University of Toronto, Canada and her MBA from the same university’s Rotman School of Management.