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Nicole S. Naturopathic Doctor

Kirkland, Washington
Hey everyone! My friends call me "Doc" but formally I'm known as Dr. Nicole Sundene from Kitchen Table Medicine. Feel free to stop by my "kitchen table" for alternative medicine news as well as tips on herbs, diet, nutrition, and exercise. If you are someone that struggles with... Full Bio
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Shenson wrote on Nicole S.'s Whiteboard. Apr 21 2010
Nicole S.'s Whiteboard
Apr 21 2010 by Shenson
My daughter was told 8 months ago that she had a very severe case of Sinusitis Mastoiditis.  They gave her a prescription and sent her home. Then about 4 months ago she was told that evidently it had never gone away.  They hospitalized her for 3 days, then gave her a prescription and sent her home.  Now, she has it again, and is being told that they think it is still there, and want her to see an Ears, Nose and Throat Specialist.  Do you have any idea why it keeps re-appearing?
Oct 18 2008 by lizame
yes, taking a walk, dancing a jig, just about anything that gets your blood flowing and the more the better.  The problem is that when you are depressed you can't get yourself to do it -- so friends (as I have asked everyone my whole life) lets go play frisbee or go do something - even 15 minutes can make all the difference.  When my daughter was little I could drag her with me, knowing it was good for both of us.  Now that she has grown, there is no one in my immediate family or friends who enjoys being/doing physical things. (All of them need it but ...) I have tried to hint about how important it is for my well being but I don't think they get it - "What's the matter with you?"  I NEED SOMEONE TO PLAY WITH/or why doesn't mom make us go outside and play? 
May 21 2008 by Mary Ann P.
Hi Doc,
My name is Mary.  I'm the moderator for the Wellsphere weight loss community.  Thanks for joining us.  I look forward to reading your posts here.
If you're new to Wellsphere take a few minutes to explore the site.  There are tons of great articles on everything from sports to healthy eating to relaxation.  If you're looking for something specific the search feature is great.  For instance you can use it to find healthy barbeque tips, information on accupuncture and spinning classes along with hundreds of other things.
Feel free to post questions, comments and information.  This is truly an interactive community of people who want to live healthier lives.  We all work together to support one another.
I just wanted you to know that we're here to help you attain your goals.  If there is anything I can help with let me know.  And welcome to Wellsphere.
Mary P