The Known and Unknown Consequences of Antidepressants

Michelle “Shelly” Hart, RN (Registered Nurse). Shelly was born in northern Pennsylvania in a small rural town of Lucinda. She initially studied at Pennsylvania State University in Clinical Psychiatry. She later transferred to Lima School of Nursing through Ohio State University where she graduated as an R.N (Registered Nurse). Shelly was a Cardiac Nurse for seven years before relocating to Seattle, Washington where she worked with the developmentally disabled.

How Modern Medicine Is Making People Sick

Why I Left Mainstream Medicine
Olivia Love Worthy, LVN (Licensed Vocational Nurse), EFT-CC, Reiki Master/Teacher, Healing Touch Level 1. Olivia graduated with honors in 1990 from one of the top 10 nursing schools in the United States. In 2002 she was introduced to a whole food supplement that offered her great relief from fibromyalgia and arthritis pain.

Preventive Health Through Nutrition


Natalie graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Food, Nutrition and Dietetics in 2005 and during school was a member of the Student Dietetic Association, American Dietetic Association, Phi Upsilon Omicron Society and the National Society of Collegiate Scholars. Natalie is currently completing graduate school and her dietetic internship through Marywood University to become a registered dietitian (R.D.).

Using Natural Substances to Treat Depression and Bipolar Disorder

Dr. Raymond Forbes, D.M.D. (Doctor of Dental Medicine). I graduated from Washington and Jefferson College with a B.A. in Biology and the University of Pittsburgh School of Dentistry in 1967. I practice general dentistry, nutritional analysis and functional orthodontics. I studied with Melvin Page D.D.S. in the early 1970's for a period of 3-4 years. During this period and subsequently he trained over 275 physicians and dentists in his technique. Dr. Page died in 1983 at the age of 93.

Confessions of a Former Pharmaceutical Sales Rep.

Gwen Olsen spent fifteen years as a pharmaceutical sales rep working for such healthcare giants as Johnson & Johnson, Bristol-Myers Squibb, and Abbott Laboratories. She enjoyed a successful, fast-paced career until several conscious-altering experiences began awakening her to the dangers lurking in every American medicine cabinet. Her most poignant lessons, however, came as both victim and survivor of life-threatening adverse drug reactions.

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