20: Dr. Sue Desmond-Hellmann and her view of the future of health, public health, happiness and wellbeing

Throughout her 30+ year career, Dr. Sue Desmond-Hellmann has been dedicated to improving the human condition with her knowledge and determination.  “The most important two characteristics of anything I sign up for professionally is that somehow I believe there's a connection to improving the human condition,” says Desmond-Hellmann. “I keep living my Hippocratic oath, no …

19: Dr. Lou Ignarro: Nobel Prize Recipient on the Health Benefits of Nitric Oxide

Dr. Louis Ignarro overcame humble beginnings before rising to receive the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine in 1998. Although he was a naturally curious child, he struggled in school and overcame barriers to achieving his dreams.  “My mom and dad were completely uneducated, formerly. They were born in Italy, moved to Newark and then …

04: Karen Guggenheim: From pain to purpose and the remarkable science of happiness

Karen Guggenheim is a strong advocate of the science of happiness. Her life’s work has focused on bringing and sharing the tools and the science behind happiness. Her commitment to happiness was born from overcoming challenges and experiencing grief after her husband passed away.  In episode 4 of Happiness 2.02, Guggenheim shares the stories of …

10: In conversation with James Nestor, NY Times Best Selling Author of Breath

James Nestor is bringing forward the new science of a lost art.  In his 2020 book, Breath: The New Science of a Lost Art, Nestor examines the ins and outs of human breathing. How we’ve lost the ability to harness this power within us, and the steep price we pay as a result.  During his …