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untitled Certified Holistic Health counselor Jacqueline Banks began battling with health issues at the age of 16. She began experiencing the symptoms of chronic stomach issues, which included IBS, gallstones as well as severe menstrual cramps, ovarian cysts and endometriosis. After years of taking daily medication that did nothing but mask the symptoms she decided it was time for a change. Jacqueline was determined to feel better, stop taking medication and prove wrong the countless doctors that had told her that her chances of being a mother were slim. Jacqueline’s road to healing brought her to the discovery that an unhealthy relationship with food was a major component of her problems. unnamed pearl
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The Survival Doctor - What to do when help is NOT on the way by James Hubbard, MD, MPH When I first started practicing, in the early 1980s, what we would do for a heart attack was simple. (Of course many more died back then also.) If you were suspected of having a heart attack you were placed in a cardiac-care unit, put on oxygen, and given pain medicine as needed. We tried to regulate your blood pressure and carefully monitored and treated you for the dangerous irregular heartbeats. The Survival Doctor - What to do when help is NOT on the way
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My Life Check - Home My Life Check® was designed by the American Heart Association with the goal of improved health by educating the public on how best to live. These measures have one unique thing in common: any person can make these changes, the steps are not expensive to take and even modest improvements to your health will make a big difference. Start with one or two. My Life Check - Home