Archive | June, 2012

What’s the meaning of life?

Shortly after the Trump Tower opened in Manhattan, I had lunch with the cousin of the late King Hussein of Jordan at the upper level restaurant. He was a well- educated man, and somehow our conversation turned to the subject of the meaning of life. And, much to my surprise, he assured me he had […]

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DeFelice of Westfield Keynote Speaker at Geneva Nutraceutical Conference

The Westfield Leader published an article about my keynote speech in Geneva. Take a look below or go over to the Leader and read it online.

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VIDEO: Nutraceutical industry needs new trial design culture

Dr. DeFelice sat down with the respected NutraIngredients.com reporter Shane Starling to talk about the state of the nutraceutical industry and the need for a new design culture. The multi-billion euro global nutraceutical industry will never achieve its potential until it better adapts pharma protocols – and this can be done with food nutrients, says […]

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Shopping for Body Parts – Donations vs. Sales?

NBC’s Today Show featured a heart wrenching interview with Doreen Flynn about her three daughters who suffer from Fanconi’s Anemia, an incurable disease that requires a bone marrow transplant. After her first daughter was diagnosed and years passed without a donor match, Doreen and her then husband decided to conceive another child in order to […]

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You Are Not Special!

As a parent of a recent high school graduate, class of 2010, I can only imagine the reaction of the parents at the Wellesley High School 2012 graduation when the faculty speaker, David McCullough, Jr., began his commencement address with these four words. I first learned about his controversial speech watching NBC’s Today Show the […]

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Think Twice If You Get a Tie for Father’s Day!

The front page of yesterday’s New York Post featured a scantily clad model holding a rope under the headline “Knotty Secrets.” The inside article described the latest craze of women shopping for soft ropes at hardware stores and silver ties inspired by the erotic games played in the bestseller Fifty Shades of Grey.  My guess […]

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