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Christine Horner, MD, begins with "Calendula and Vagical for Skin Conditions and Vaginal Atrophy." Linda Roxanne Bryer’s topic is, "Take Your Health Into Your Own Hands— Literally!" Bryer calls our attention to statistics and guidelines for early detection, diagnostic tools, mammography, ultra sound, MRI, thermography suggesting a multimodal approach. In "Diet, Aging and Chronic Illness," Dallas Clouatre, PhD explains how they are all connected. Brad King, MS.,MFS, "Cruciferous Vegetables: The Ultimate Anti-Cancer Food" describes what are in these cruciferous veggies and how healthful they are to incorporate into your diet. Veronique Desaulniers, (known to many as Dr. V), introduces us to "Six Breast Cancer Early Detection Tools Your Doctor Isn’t Telling You About." Jacob E. Teitelbaum, MD, on "Getting a Great Night Sleep with Fibromyalgia" "Focusing Your Efforts For Fat Burning Success" by Elly McGuinness, B PhEd, B Com, ACSM, brings insight into weight loss from her years of experience in fitness management, group fitness and personal training. Mary Saunders has spent twenty-five years in Oriental Medicine. Her book Rhythms of Change is featured in Media Review. This month she discusses "Don’t Be Fooled by Addyi’s Promises." Gene Bruno, MS, MHS, RH(AGH), "The Integrative Approach to Breast Cancer" weighs in on what is available from combined therapies of conventional and alternative medicine.

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