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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

National Lung Cancer Partnership .. Health Impact Award

Madison, Wisconsin
The National Lung Cancer Partnership is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to decreasing deaths due to lung cancer, and helping patients live longer and better, through research, awareness and advocacy. Founded in 2001 as Women Against Lung Cancer, the organization changed its name to National Lung Cancer Partnership in 2006 to better reflect the partnership we have forged with...
Communities: Cancer

Jessi

Huntington, West Virginia
I'm boring really. Likes: animals, my family, my friends, my kids, plotting evils. Dislikes: my crazy neighbors, my crazy family, dumb people. I blog because I wanted to be a writer. My parents looked at me disappointed when I told them, so I dropped that & went to college & got a psychology degree. Something I need while dealing with, well, everything. I try...

meknishwhite

California
I don't expect devotees to suggest anything more expensive than Parallels Coupon Code. Apparently, I've asked around as soon as this is an offer you can't refuse. There is almost no perfection here. It is a commonly used scheme to recall Parallels Coupon Code. This could have helped clear up a few questions. They've been on a death march since this moment. We're a member of the Parallels Coupon...

joan

Portland, Maine
Positive aging, death and dying and intergenerational relationships bring together my knowledge as counseling psychologist and experience with parents' deaths and elders aging -- and my own. They add up to a new career focus. Book,  "Healing Conversations Toward End-of-Life" will be published this spring. Book shares stories of relationships between generations built upon...
Communities: Aging & Senior Health

jodigirl Patient ExpertFacebook

Naperville, Illinois
I am an attorney who was brought into the field of patient empowerment through no fault of my own.  I have been a patient and was the care-giver for my ill, elderly dad until he died in January 2010.    My dad's death was not necessary.  His autopsy revealed that his own Duke physicians ignored infections and made my dad suffer needlessly.  Then those same Duke...
Communities: Exercise, Running, Swimming , ...
Goals: Lose weight

Dr. Kirsti D. Medical Doctor

Specialty: Internal Medicine
Northern, California
Kirsti A. Dyer MD, MS, FT, CWS is a respected physician, professional health educator, professor, lecturer and author. She received her Medical and Master's Degrees from the University of California, Davis and completed a residency in Internal Medicine at Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital and surgical year at the University of California San Francisco - Fresno Program. She was the first...

Dr. Hal S. Doctor of PhilosophyHealth Maven

Grand Blanc, Michigan
Biography I am Dr. Hal Sommerschield. I have my Ph.D. degree in Clinical Psychology from Michigan State University. I also have a BA degree from the University of Michigan, a B.D. degree from Northern Baptist Theological Seminary and a M.A. degree from Michigan State University. I decided to become a psychologist after taking a high school class, which introduced me to Sigmund Freud's theories....

Wesley J. Smith Patient Expert

San Francisco, California
Award winning author Wesley J. Smith is a Senior Fellow in Human Rights and Bioethics at the Discovery Institute, an attorney for the International Task Force on Euthanasia and Assisted Suicide, and a special consultant for the Center for Bioethics and Culture.  In May 2004, because of his work in bioethics, he was named by the National Journal as one of the nation’s top expert...
Communities: Bioethics

Dina Bennett Patient Expert

California
Around the year 2000, my father, in his mid-80s, lost his eyesight. The remaining 3 years of his life were a lesson in watching and learning about the ravages of depression and loss on the elderly. Following his death, I scrambled up that steep learning curve of understanding and managing the care of my equally aged mother who has increasing dementia. My blog perspective is this:...
Communities: Caregiving