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Sense in Nonsense: Working with Delusions

This post is inspired by the people I have the privilege of working with on a daily basis. A quiet conversation with a colleague in the hallway today demonstrated to me that our shared line of thinking, presented here, is not popular opinion.   689 more words


The AlignMed Posture Shirt Helps Golfers get to the Core

Whether I’m staging a golf clinic or working with players one-on-one I’ve always taken extra time to stress the importance of having good overall posture to all my students. 1,388 more words


Where I Stand

A woman I mistakenly friended on Facebook years ago added me to a Facebook Group she started without my permission.

I was alerted to this via a Facebook automatic e-mail and promptly deleted myself from the group. 333 more words


Chronic cough

Thirty percent of people with chronic cough are thought to have laryngopharyngeal reflux as the cause. Standard treatment includes twice daily dosing of a proton pump inhibitor such as omeprazole, lansoprazole, pantoprazole, rabeprazole, esomeprazole. 225 more words

Autism, chemical sensitivity and Environmental Medicine

(This article first appeared in Sensitivity Matters September 2015)

A new study has found that mothers with chemical intolerances were three times more likely than other women to have a child with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and 2.3 times more likely attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). 797 more words


I've Never Been This Excited About Dry Heaving

First bout of morning sickness today.  When you struggle with recurrent miscarriage actually feeling pregnant is somewhat reassuring, plus they say morning sickness is a good sign. 222 more words

Recurrent Miscarriage



Gen. Geo. Patton was made infamous for the incident involving the shell-shocked soldier in the infirmary.

On Aug. 3, 1943, Lt. Gen. George S.

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