Tag: treatment

Oct 06 2014

How Committed Are You To Feeling Better? – Vol. 109, July 14, 2011

Are you willing to get rid of all the excuses as to why it is that you are unable to follow your health care practitioner’s advise for what it takes to feel better? Donna N. tells of what it took for her to succeed at her treatment.

May 12 2014

Closed Head Injury: Why Doctors may have missed Junior Seau’s Head Trauma Symptoms – Vol.147, May, 4, 2012

Donna Novi Ever wonder why there seems to be more killings and just plain unhappy crazy people “out there” in the world these days.  It’s hard not to hear, see or read about people shooting one another or harming one another since there are TV’s every where these days: work cafeterias, laundromats, doctors offices,  even …

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Feb 25 2014

Announcing the Publication of “Do I Have An Eating Disorder? Now What” on Amazon.com for the Kindle

This book speaks to all those who both are experiencing the eating disorders of anorexia and bulimia and any practitioner who would like to know of an alternative method of treatment which really truly has the capability of putting these two sometimes deadly illnesses in the client’s past. I am honored to have the forward …

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Oct 17 2013

At What Cost Do We Help Another? – Vol. 123, October 20, 2011

There are times in our life when we need to ask some serious questions as health care providers. I had a situation that occurred recently which really hit me where I live. You all know that the economics of today are difficult for many, my self included. However, there are times when one must consider …

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Jul 04 2013

Is Your Health Care As Important as Your SUV? Vol. 108 July 7, 2011

In this day of materialism it seems that people care more about investing in high priced items rather than dealing with the more challenging area of confronting issues of health leading to a transformation of to a better way of living.

Sep 08 2012

Wake Up Doc! You May Be Killing your Patients By Not Hearing them! – Vol. 165, Sept. 8, 2012

I wonder how many of you who have a mental health history needing health care for a physiological problem have been treated like a child. That mental health diagnosis getting in the way of the treatment you may need because the doctor sitting in front of you can’t see your “whole self” – all that …

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Jul 12 2012

“Wake Up Doc”: I Think I Will Label Myself Happy Today – Vol. 157, July 14 , 2012

Article written by Donna M. Novi I had the misfortune of having to go to the emergency room for treatment over the Christmas Holiday. I had been to my primary care doctor about 2 months prior for another condition and due to the wonderful world of computers the ER doctors were able to look up …

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