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Princeline R. Facebook

Phoenix, Arizona
JN. 12, 2005,  as I did my breast exam each month…hum, what’s this….right otherside of the right breast, different, no it’s not a lump, must have a mole or something I’ve just not noticed before; look in the mirror, no mole….feel again, well it does feel like a lump, but not to worry, it is nothing…..(I am the QUEEN of da Nile, more over...

OatsnBows

California
My name is Michelle. I love all of the lovely things in life. And the lovely things in life love me too, I suppose. Or one would assume, since I’ve been fortunate to experience many lovely things. However, life wasn’t always so lovely. When I look back at my teenage years, I could use the word “angst”, just as easily as an Stephen Chobsky, or a Haulden...

Patty B.

Granbury, Texas
I lost a kidney and have just recently found a path to take because a Doctor took the time to listen and realized I was not a hypochondriac or a big overly sensitive, stressed, depressed woman. (yes, lots of justified sarcasm). I was athletic, very lean and continued to stay fit by enjoying bike rides and playing recreational co-ed softball. However, when I started a family at 25, I had...
Goals: Lose weight

Robin P. Patient ExpertHealth Maven

Canada
I'm a work from home mom doing everything I can to keep my family healthy, even the pets. I've spent a lot of time researching all the synthetic chemicals in food and supplements. I pass this info on to others who care about what they consume and want to keep everything pure and real. I market a whole food multi - it's for people who don't want to take useless and maybe harmful synthetic...
Communities: General Medicine

annhertel Patient ExpertHealth Maven

Somewhere, Tennessee
The bipolar disorder diagnosis at the age of 23 was a relief to know I was not simply a bad person and there was a reason for the way I have felt. Yet I have been struggling to cope and understand this disorder... what does it mean? How do the brain imbalances affect my behavior and moods? Why do I rapid cycle? Why do I get obsessive thoughts? Is there a link between mania and memory? Is there...

Lil Mandy

Reidsville, North Carolina
Goals: Lose weight

Alvin B. Lin Medical DoctorHealth Maven

Las Vegas, Nevada
I specialize in Family Medicine & Geriatrics. While the latter focuses on care of the elderly, the former encompasses the life cycle from cradle-to-grave and womb-to-tomb, regardless of sex or age. But I practice medicine with a twist - I don't settle for good enough. How often do you hear that from your physician - "it's good enough". But good enough for what? Sure, a...

shoppingkharma

San Jose, California
I am a 39 years old Advanced Ovarian cancer survivor who is very happily married to my very best friend and soul mate where we live in San Jose, CA with our Blue Merle Sheltie "Blue Belle" and our Manx cat "Tonto".We have a pretty happy life together most of the time when I'm not fighting this cancer. Most people would consider me to be a hard headed modern hippie; a...

Molly Patient Expert

Portland, Oregon
In early 2005, I was 28 years old and just beginning to break into a career as an opera singer. I had received contracts for three main stage productions, a culmination of ten years of work toward my goal of making opera my life's work. I was at a turning point; these performances could make or break my budding career. One morning in March of that year, I woke, stood up, and passed out,...
Communities: General Medicine, Lupus

Carol Scibelli Health Maven

Merrick, New York
My life changed forever on April 13, 2006 when Jimmy, my high school sweetheart, my husband of 33 years passed away. Jimmy was just 56. Throughout the years he always graciously introduced me as "his better half" - Who was I to argue? But, now, without my other half, who am I? Maybe, me trying to figure that out is what this blog will become. Originally, it set out to be about...
Communities: Mental Health