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sonyafly

Riverside, California
I fell ill with what I now know is Lyme Disease.  I never remember being bitten by a tick (just a flea or a mosquito) and I never had the EM rash.  It took about 3 months to get diagnosed by my wonderful Internist that actually believed me when I told him I was sick.  I had been to several docs & told I needed an anti-depressant.  I was even told not to come back to a...

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

Dr. Marc Schoen Health Maven

Los Angeles, California
Dr. Schoen has specialized in Mind-Body Medicine for over twenty five years. Currently, Dr. Schoen is an Assistant Clinical Professor at UCLA's School of Medicine, where he teaches and conducts research on Mind-Body Medicine and Hypnosis. Dr. Schoen’s research and practice is particularly focused on Hypnosis and how the mind affects the body. His sub interest is in the area...

eatspinlive Health Maven

Wichita Falls, Texas
  Hi, I’m Amanda! Welcome to Eat, Spin, Live! I am a 22 year old girl living in Texas with a passion for nutrition, healthy eating, staying active, and living life to the fullest! I just graduated from college with by Bachelors of Science in Psychology and am currently working towards my Masters in General Counseling! I love helping people in any way that I possibly can...
Communities: Dance, Triathlon, Exercise , ...

Bill S. Health Maven

Elkridge, Maryland
I'm a 56-year old federal writer-editor who was diagnosed with Parkinson's disease 10 years ago. My balance and gait are severely affected, so I work from home. I attempt to attack this disease mostly by laughing at it. I hope I can bring a smile to your face as well. I've written a book about my experience with Parkinson's disease and deep brain stimulation.  It's 100 percent of...
Communities: Parkinson's Disease

NPs Save Lives Nurse PractitionerHealth Maven

Lake City, Florida
A Family Nurse Practitioner working in a Rural Health Office in Florida. Wife and mother of four, grandmother of one.

Alice C. Registered NurseHealth Maven

North Little Rock, Arkansas
Thirty years in the business of healthcare has provided me with a wide scope of experiences: from the staff nurse in ICU, to educator of ICU nurses to Case Management from data analyst to Director. Currently, I am employed by a health insurance company as an analyst. www.EZHealthCareOnline.com Throughout my years of practice, I have watched many people wander aimlessly through the health care...

Namrita Patient ExpertHealth Maven

Atlanta, Georgia
Namrita O'Dea is co-owner of 55nine Performance based in Atlanta, GA. She helps triathletes, runners, cyclists and other athletes reach their nutrition and performance goals. She has a bachelor's degree in Chemical Engineering from the University of Michigan (1998) and is currently finishing up her Masters degree in Sports Nutrition at Georgia State University where she was recently named...
Communities: Biking

Rebbeca

Houston, Texas
I'm an ex victim of panic attacks. I started to look for panic attacks help treatment few years ago. The first thing I have noticed is the sheer number of different anxiety and panic attacks treatments available online. I genuinely believe, since I know what you are going through, that I can give you some advice that may very well change your life for the better here today!
Communities: Tai Chi, Green Living, Allergies , ...

Jonas

LA, California
Does anyone have any ideas on how to get rid of a panic attack? How can I feel normal again after experiencing a panic attack? This are the questions I have been asking myself since I had my first panic attack. A lot of people say you have to find a "new normal" and that what we go through makes us stronger. I've learned that it is better if I don't go back to "my old...
Communities: Stress Management, Anxiety