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Self Esteem: Getting Too Much of a Good Thing

Self Esteem: Getting Too Much of a Good Thing

Self Esteem: Getting Too Much of a Good Thing. You would think that receiving positive support in the majority of your daily activities would be a good thing for your self esteem. Praise for challenges met and tasks accomplished most certainly play to our sense of reward.

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The Big Con: Prescription Drug Advertising in the US

The Big Con: Prescription Drug Advertising in the US

The Big Con: Prescription Drug Advertising in the US Prescription drug advertising is big business. Really big. So much so that the pharmacy industry currently spends over $4 billion a year to push the sales directly to the consuming public. And this investment works well too. Slick

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You Are in Command: The Incredible Power of Informed Consent

You Are in Command: The Incredible Power of Informed Consent

In light of recent legislative efforts, in particular the current sb277 debate in California, it is important to understand who is really in charge of our bodies, Health, and that of our loved ones. As the law is written right now, the patient/consumer has the ultimate say

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Debating Vaccinations: Why Aren’t We Getting Along?

Debating Vaccinations: Why Aren’t We Getting Along?

The vaccination issue is a hot topic of debate these days and rightly so. The health and wellbeing of ourselves and our loved ones is at stake. Lots of information and hyperbole are being flung back and forth but are we getting information upon which one can

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-Ralph Waldo Emerson

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