Kelly Traver Audio Books

Kelly Traver Audio Books

Kelly Traver, MD, received her medical degree from Stanford, where she also specialized in internal medicine. During an additional year as chief resident, she won the Excellence in Teaching Award and currently serves as an adjunct clinical assistant professor of medicine at Stanford. She has been practicing medicine for more than eighteen years, but her background also includes research in biochemistry, teaching in a Stanford neuroanatomy lab, and a brief public health study in South Africa while in medical school. She recently served as global medical director for Google and is currently on the board for the Institute for the Future. She is the founder of Healthiest You, a company that works with corporations, health-care organizations, and the government to help individuals become more empowered and engaged in their health. She also developed MD Health Evolution as a web-based, twelve-week comprehensive program specifically designed to provide the tools required to live an optimally healthy life. She lives with her husband and children in Portola Valley, California.

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The Healthiest You: Take Charge of Your Brain to Take Charge of Your Life, by Kelly Traver, Betty Kelly Sargent 3 out of 53 out of 53 out of 53 out of 53 out of 5 The Healthiest You: Take Charge of Your Brain to Take Charge of Your Life by Kelly Traver, Betty Kelly Sargent November 2011

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