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Dr. Rob Dobrenski Doctor of PhilosophyHealth Maven

Specialty: Clinical Psychology
New York, New York
I am a licensed Clinicial Psychologist with specialized training in mood and anxiety conditions. I often treat individuals, couples, and families with a "here and now approach" to address their difficulties, as opposed to focusing on issues from childhood or subconscious conflicts. Short-term therapy (approximately 15 sessions or less) can be very helpful in many cases, and sometimes...
Communities: Mental Health

Jan R. Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven

San Diego, California
Hi. I am Jan Rasmusen, author, lecturer, newsletter writer, and dog health and safety advocate. I have appeared on radio and television many times advocating for dogs. After my dog Jiggy was diagnosed with life-threatening immune-mediated hepatitis, I began what is now almost five years of research and interviews with dozens of our most innovative veterinarians and other experts. I am not a...
Communities: General Medicine

ImDave

California
  Well, here's the nature of my old body... I’m a 56 year old diabetic man who has been on insulin for over 40 years and the last 10 on an insulin pump. I didn't start having serious problems until I was about 40; and that’s when things began a downhill slide to my present condition. I have lost the ability to feel the low insulin reactions; I have had levels as low as...

davidelliot

Whitianga, New Zealand
My Story   I was taken to hospital mid December 2007 aged 45 due to having a grand mal seizure or fit. CT scan confirmed our fears of a brain tumour, 2.5 cm in the left parietal lobe.   I had previously experienced a few discreet episodes of having difficulty talking and reading and the tumour was located in the part of my brain used for language.  The tumour was on the...
Communities: Cancer

Dr. Karen S. Doctor of PhilosophyHealth Maven

San Francisco, California
Greetings! I am a clinical neuropsychologist by training, which means that I am trained to work with folks having psychological difficulties, especially as these relate to their brain. I worked in the field of brain injury rehabilitation for...ahem...many years. But in the past few years, I have moved from helping folks adjust to their brain injuries to actually helping people change the way...

teasel

California
Relion humidifier is of utmost importance for the nursery room of your baby, particularly during cold weather in winter. It is during this season that the air is likely getting drier and might cause some problems to your baby, such as difficulty in breathing, respiratory infections, or swollen sinuses. This humidifier certainly will be very valuable to boost the humidity level in your...

Kds

California
I am a Speech Language Pathologist. I work for the Anchorage School District.  I work primarily with preschool children with communication differences and difficulties such as autism spectrum disorder, phonological disorders, language impairments, cognitive delays, and swallowing and feeding difficulties. 

Laura (Us)

California
On January 6th 2008, my teenage daughter, Jessica, became ill with what that week was diagnosed as mono, but still sick 5 months later, she was diagnosed with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS). Her symptoms have included: sore throats, headaches, extreme fatigue, lack of focus, short-term memory difficulties, weakness, tiredness (feeling worn out), difficulty breathing, tight and sore legs... In...

Heather M.

United States
Carter was born on March 27, 2009. We were surprised to learn that he had a cleft lip/palate and was missing his right outer ear. Our little guy was whisked away to the NICU with breathing difficulties. A few days later he was transferred to the children's hospital which is one hour away. He spent the next 10 weeks there. During that time he was diagnosed with a Chromosomal disorder which...

BEn K.

Oakland, California
Rockclimbing (mostly indoors and mostly bouldering) 2 - 3 times a week. Highest difficulty level I've completed is V7. I do own a harness and lead card, and have been known to do routes as well. I also play squash (the game, not the vegetable) once a week and am looking to play more often. I usually lift weights twice a week. Overall, pretty active so that I can eat what I want. Yes, I love good...