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Social Media + Web Apps technologist for health since 1995. Passionate about emergency preparedness, biosecurity and improving healthcare and empowering patients and providers through technology tools. Catholic layman. Dad. Cluetrain rider. Government and Health 2.0 Rainmaker. Journalist and writer. Former elected official, serving 6 yrs. in county government. InfraGard board member in PA.
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Diane D. Patient ExpertComplimentary & Alternative Medicine

Troutdale, Oregon
I am a wife of 32 years and a mother of 10! We have adopted 4 of our children. I'm heavily into researching alternative medicine and and natural remedies. My husband was diagnosed with StagelV cancer 3 years ago. After chemo and radiation didn't work, and the cancer traveled to his lungs, we started treating him naturally. He is happy and healthy today and we are looking at him definitely...

Jenny M. Patient ExpertHealth Maven

Oneonta, New York
I was born and raised in NYC. I now am 39 and live in upstate NY with my husband and 2 children. I was chronically ill and in chronic pain for over 6 years. I healed myself after learning about the mind/body connection and the law of attraction. I wrote an ebook on the method I adopted and now maintain a blog on healing pain naturally (physical and emotional).


Olympia, Washington
I was diagnosed with Celiac Sprue after a several years of extreme illnesses, exhaustion, unexplained tummy issues, “ulcers”, etc through a biopsy. I will never forget standing in my wedding gown for the last fitting, answering the phone and hearing the diagnosis. I was a bit… well.. gobsmacked, to say the least. The doctor stated the mystery disease and told me that I could...

Erin ..

United States
I'm the proud adoptive mother to a beautiful baby boy. I have a husband whom I adore, and the daughter of the Heavenly Father whom I am eternally and most grateful for the blessings he has bestowed upon me. My husband and I received our diagnosis of inftertility in July of 2008. In May of 2009 we started the adoption process. We finished the process on August 3rd and were matched with our...
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United States
I am a homeschooling Christian mamma to six blessings. Two are homemade, ages 27 months and 9 years, two are adopted from the state foster care system, ages 7 and 9, and two were born in Ukraine and have recently been adopted from disruptions, ages 10 and 11. This work has literally stunk from the time we brought home our two from the foster care system in 2006. We have battled encopresis and...
Communities: Adoption

Angela Facebook

United States
Hi, I am Angela. I live in Texas. I am a stay-at-home mom. I have five adopted children. Our adoptive journey has been a long and wonderful one. From 1989 to present we have adopted both healthy and special needs children. Our adoptions have ranged from closed adoption in 1989 to open adoptions from 2000 - Present. I love to talk about adoption, family and special needs children! I am also...

Ashley's Mom Patient Expert

Ashley's Mom (Deborah), once a police officer, is now a computer professional who balances her work life and her very busy home life as the single parent of four unique children. Deborah's  birth son, Chip, is 18 years old and will be going off to college in the Fall of 2009. When Chip was 5 years old, Deborah adopted her daughter, Ashley. Ashley, now 14years old, was born 14 weeks...

meredith Patient Expert

orlando, Florida
I'm a Christian wife and mother of 5.  My children include two adopted and three biological kids ranging from birth year 2003-2009.  Three of my children have Down syndrome and one of those has extra challenges from strokes and institutionalization before her adoption.  My adopted children began their lives in Eastern Europe and joined our family at 18 months and 5 years...

Francine H. Patient ExpertHealth Maven

Phoenix, Arizona
Self-described geek-to-human translator Francine Hardaway bought her first Apple product in the (very) early 80s, abandoned it for the supposedl portable Compaq a few years later, and returned to Macs soon after. By the late 80s, she was haranguing her daughters' journalism teachers for continuing to make the students literally cut and paste up the school newspaper copy when desktop publishing...
Communities: General Medicine, Yoga