Behavioral Medicine: A must read to get rid of the Ebola epidemic!

In 1980 I realized as a psychology professor at Rio Hondo College in California and a weight control expert that I could do a better job for my students, clients, and patients if I emphasized behavior over the clinical approach. Within a new years I became a behavioral psychologist. In 1998 I realized as a retired behavioral psychologist that I had a passion for the new branch of economics called behavioral economics whose “father” was Dr. Daniel Kahneman, a behavioral psychologist who received the Nobel Price in Economics in 2002 against the recommendations of classical economics professors who dominated the field. I became a behavioral economist in practice by presenting my studies at UCLA, the University of Valencia in Spain and the University of Rome. I started 2 websites; http://www.thepsychologyofinvestings.com and http://www.obamaandyourmoney.com. I also started 2 blogs; http://www.eliorkinarthy.wordpress.com and http://www.drkinarthy.wordpress.com. But, for the life of me I didn’t think of starting a website called behavioral medicine.

In 2002 I started a website called http://www.cancer-vcrc.org in order to handle 2 cancers: prostate cancer and bone cancer that were behaving bad in my body. Today, 2014,  I am cured of both cancers. Looking back at the process of curing myself, I can say that I have unknowingly used behavioral medicine to cure my cancers.

This evening I saw hope in the air, CNN interviewed a behavioral solutions specialist (BSS) to shed light (give insight) on how to handle the Ebola epidemic the behavioral way. Based on my experience with changing classical psychology to behavioral psychology, classical economics to behavioral economics and in 2002 unknowingly classical medicine to behavioral medicine. I believe that using the behavioral approach in medicine the Ebola virus will lose 100%! But, I must warn everyone, so far, watching CNN and the BBC it appears that all the speakers are classic health care workers who seem to know something about the behavior or the Ebola virus but very little about their own behaviour!!

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