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Great Newsletters: Fatigue and Fibromyalgia. Today's is for ALL: Myths!
I've been working on a blog about why Grand Junction is the destination tomorrow of President Obama, and there is quite a lot going on here which I want to include on Lumigrate since we're located in Grand Junction and have had the pleasure of interacting with many of the companies and people involved in the interesting story of how the health care here is worth his examining. In years past, those efforts were scrutinized and criticized and stood the tests of the legal system and time ... and here we are today, being the setting for study by officials. And with history repeating itself perhaps, the critics are staging opposition rallies tomorrow, so it's quite the big news here this weekend! We'll keep you posted on what happens this weekend -- national news stations obviously are here, so you can tune in as well! As always, keep up about health care reform and remember to get to the facts and not rely on opinions as your source of information. And from that you can form your opinions. But stay involved!
In the mean time, today's email included Dr. Teitelbaum's newsletter, and I wanted to share that with you since so many of Lumigrate's followers are interested in nutrition and we strive to route you to valid, progressive sources of information. The link below is to the entire newletter list because it is an impressive listing to overview -- but please look at the August 14th entry about myths). As you'll read, Dr. Teitelbaum's advise about medical information is the same I've just given here about learning about the bills related to health care and health care reform: get good information! Back in the years when doctors in Grand Junction were thinking progressively and doing things differently, which we're benefitting from today, Dr. Teitelbaum was elsewhere taking the hard path of personal health problems which led him to think differently and create a different way of treating chronic fatigue and fibromymyalgia. And I've been doing the same, right here in Grand Junction and appreciate your 'tuning in' to Lumigrate and letting us shine the light of information to integrate your path to health and well-being.
Live and Learn. Learn and Live Better! is my motto. I'm Mardy Ross, and I founded Lumigrate in 2008 after a career as an occupational therapist with a background in health education and environmental research program administration. Today I function as the desk clerk for short questions people have, as well as 'concierge' services offered for those who want a thorough exploration of their health history and direction to resources likely to progress their health according to their goals. Contact Us comes to me, so please do if you have questions or comments. Lumigrate is "Lighting the Path to Health and Well-Being" for increasing numbers of people. Follow us on social networking sites such as: Twitter: http://twitter.com/lumigrate and Facebook. (There is my personal page and several Lumigrate pages. For those interested in "groovy" local education and networking for those uniquely talented LumiGRATE experts located in my own back yard, "LumiGRATE Groove of the Grand Valley" is a Facebook page to join. (Many who have joined are beyond our area but like to see the Groovy information! We not only have FUN, we are learning about other providers we can be referring patients to and 'wearing a groove' to each other's doors -- or websites/home offices!) By covering some of the things we do, including case examples, it reinforces the concepts at Lumigrate.com as well as making YOU feel that you're part of a community. Which you ARE at Lumigrate!