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TheMuscleKitchen .. Patient ExpertComplimentary & Alternative Medicine

Los Angeles, California
in 1999, I realized I was eating smarter than most bipeds who begged for my 'secrets'. That began a huge, wonderful journey and third career, nutrition. It's not about popping more pills, rather it's eating real pure foods to avoid as many pills as possible. Doing so helped me recover from an often untreatable dementia. The lightbulb in my head was dimmed for months (semi-comatose), but the...

Erica and Chris .. Health Maven

Georgetown, Texas
Erica Stauffer My childhood was filled with country meadows, strife, and lessons that have both benefited me and haunted me during my adult life. I grew up in a family of 6, among them two sisters and a brother. Although we fought like cats and dogs, I love them all and am a better person today for having grown up with them. I have struggled with depression and anxiety since the age of 15 and...

Trisha Torrey Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven

New York
I'm a patient empowerment expert who writes a newspaper column, hosts a radio show, speaks across the US and is the guide to patient empowerment at About.com. I love to hear about patients advocating for themselves and being invested in their own health. Check out my websites at: www.EveryPatientsAdvocate.com or http://patients.about.com or my blog at: www.EveryPatientsAdvocate.com/blog

Doris C. Complimentary & Alternative Medicine

Singapore
Passionate. New mum. Hails from tropical Singapore. Warm. Cool. Outgoing. Outspoken. WYSIWYG. Natural Health. Loves Travel. Foodie Hunter. Organic Follower. Health Nut. Intense. Determined. Shopaholic. Loves Life. Made of Fine Chocolate. Spontaneous. Can't live without LOVE. 30 Forever... years ago, I did a 7 day detoxification program after hearing some cool testimonies from a couple of close...

Dave W. Doctor of PhilosophyHealth Maven

Davidson, North Carolina
Professor of Biology at Davidson College. Interested in HIV/AIDS education and outreach. Also interested in using new media to increase awareness about HIV/AIDS.
Communities: General Medicine

tdonohue Patient ExpertHealth MavenFacebook

Charlottesville, Virginia
Tom Donohue, thirty-three-year-old, son, brother and uncle of three, is the founder director of Who's Positive, a group of individuals infected, affected, sharing real stories about real people with a real commitment to humanizing HIV through firsthand accounts of young adults living with HIV. Since finding out about his own HIV-positive status in October 2003, Tom has dedicated his life to...

Wendi Patient Expert

Chicago Suburbs, Illinois
Although my hearing loss doesn't define me, it has definitely affected me!  I grew up with a bilateral hearing loss that was discovered when I was 4 years old.  I wore a hearing aid and was mainstreamed in school.  It's never been determined what caused my hearing loss, but I suspect it's genetic. In 1993, I lost all the remaining hearing in my right ear (for unknown...

Jennifer T. Patient ExpertHealth Maven

San Francisco, California
I went suddenly deaf in 1975 at age 4 of unexplained causes. I wore a hearing aid in my one "good" ear for just over 30 years, and then within the space of about a year year I lost all my remaining hearing. In November of 2007 I implanted my right ear and in August of 2008 I implanted my left ear. My speech comprehension scores have jumped from 8% before the implant to 98% after, so I...

Steve C. Patient Expert

United Kingdom
I was diagnosed as being partially deaf when I was about 4 or 5 years old. Up until then I had perfect, or at least very good, hearing. It was after a short illness that my parents started to notice that I wasn?t hearing as well as I did before. They took me to Stoke Mandeville hospital in Aylesbury where I got fitted with some bulky NHS supplied behind-the-ear (BTE) hearing aids. When I was...
Communities: General Medicine