health care

The Dilemma of Doctors

A Short Excerpt from a Work in Progress [In previous posts I’ve alluded to a bigger project that’s keeping me from spending much time on this blog. In truth, there are several. But the one I was referring to is a book. Breakfast Like an Emperor is coming. It’s an illustrated, interactive iBook which will …

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The “Hashimoto’s Syndrome”

[For those regular readers who’ve noticed my absence, please let me say, excuse me. I’m working on a bit bigger project. I haven’t abandoned this site, but I’ve been crazy busy, and I think you’re going to enjoy the fruits of this new endeavor. I, too, look forward to more regular posts here one day. …

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6.7 Billion a Year

Thanks to Dr. Harry Eidenier, friend and mentor, who just sent me this. I’m in alignment with Harry’s assessment that this is too ‘good’ to pass up. So here’s his short, pithy, unedited message: “Generally we leave this type of information alone; however this one was too good not to pass along to you. “Researchers …

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Out of State Clients

Comments and emails from readers, like, “Gee, wish you were closer,” become more frequent. In response to this, I thought I would share some information. The choices suggested in this post may not be for everyone, but if they help one or two, then it will have been worth it. Our economy will certainly never …

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Life Expectancy in the United States

One of the most common refrains I hear when I’m trying to put conventional medicine in a realistic perspective is an enthusiastic, “Well, life expectancy is up, isn’t it?!” Even if this sadly worn illusion were true, it says nothing about the quality of life citizens experience in this country. That, too, is nothing to …

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Value

Tom has been a client since 1994. He works hard and works smart. In that time he has become very successful. In order to remain successful, Tom has had to learn how to balance the intensity of his work with choices that support his mental clarity, his focus, and his physical health. He has had to learn which choices achieve those goals and which choices fail. Recently, Tom was given a glimpse of the value of this process…