Dr. Morris Collen, a physician and pioneer of computerized medicine, passed away in September at the age of 100 years. The New York Times ran a story on his life given his significant contributions to computerzied medicine and noted Dr. Collen’s explanation for his productivity and longevity. In his 90s, Dr. Collen explained:
“I sit and write most of the day,” he said. “I set a kitchen timer for 60 minutes as soon as I sit down, and when that timer goes off, then I get up and walk up and down stairs and walk around the hallway for several minutes and go back and work on the book.”
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