On a personal quest to prevent heart attacks one fork and plate at a time, Dr. Joel Kahn religiously practices what he preaches. A committed kosher vegan and holistic cardiologist, he is teaching and leading the ways to health and vitality as the Founder and Director of the Kahn Center for Cardiac Longevity - and additionally, as a professor, medical columnist and commentator, top-selling author and proud owner and “Nice” (not Vice) President of GreenSpace Café.
Is there a giving gene? What is it that inspires selfless acts of kindness, and can those be nourished from generation to generation? Meet Dana Burnstein, Lori Taylor and Jordyn Taylor, three generations who share the enterprise of the Dr. Gary Burnstein Community Health Clinic.
Dr. Burnstein was a cardiologist who had a kind heart and a big of dream. In 1997, he started a free clinic in a homeless shelter in Pontiac, Michigan. There, in a space no larger than a closet, he provided care to hundreds of needy and uninsured patients for nearly five years. In 2003, Dr. Burnstein passed away, leaving the legacy of the clinic to his wife, Dana, his son, Ian, and daughter, Lori, along with friends, volunteers, supporters and generous donors. This is their story . . . a story of family, community, caring and giving.
A child spends his day releasing energy - jumping, spinning, running, climbing, chasing – and absorbing lessons for a lifetime. A new program, offered locally only at the Jewish Community Center of Metropolitan Detroit’s Sarah & Irving Pitt Child Development Center (CDC), gets to the heart of both.