You've read the headlines. You know the trends. People are stressed, sick, and frustrated. It's an almost universal cultural norm that digital connectivity, work pace, and yesterday's habits pummel us along our personal and professional journeys. So, what's love got to do with it? In our latest podcast, Dr. Sandra McLanahan shares hard science answers to this seemingly soft question. She sat down to share her decades of wisdom with our host, Ryan Mauter, and reflect back on Dr. Dean Ornish's 1987 book, Love and Survival. She's a nationally recognized practitioner and expert in the field of lifestyle medicine, who worked alongside Dr. Ornish for over 20 years, exploring meaningful and enduring pathways to health. She co-authored the book Surgery and Its Alternatives, and has also contributed to the books Dr. Yoga and After Cancer Care. We've collected her tips, tricks, and personal story. Listen in and take them with you. And be prepared for her to challenge you to see the world as she sees it: heading in a beautiful direction.