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Tuesday, June 7, 2011

Breakthrough Health Information

Breakthrough information – whenever I read those words my eyes pop wide open. I LOVE researching the latest breakthroughs in science and medicine.

My family members are probably dropping their jaws right now (well, two of my family members are dropping their jaws right now – nobody else in my family reads my blogs), because science was always my WORST subject. I HATED science growing up.

I honestly think the reason I hated science was because the teachers who instructed me were either boring or didn't really care about science either. They could have made it so much more interesting, but they didn't. All through grammar school I dreaded science class, because I knew I would be bored silly.

By the time I got to high school, already bored with the subject, I approached my freshman science class with disdain, especially after we were told we had to dissect a frog, a LIVE frog that would be euthanized in front of our eyes.

And then when I got to college, one of my science instructors threw a bunch of rocks at my lab partner and me and told us to identify them. What? They're rocks! We had a good laugh about how we couldn't tell the difference between flagstone and feldspar, and if he had included gems like rubies and jade, we'd  have fared much better in his class, but still, science didn't interest me.

And then – suddenly – I don't know what the catalyst was – everything changed. I devoured medical information like a ravenous beast. If I saw a copy of JAMA (Journal of the American Medical Association) sitting next to a copy of People in my doctor's office, I grabbed the JAMA. And when it came to NEW, BREAKTHROUGH information, I couldn't wait to read it.

So you can imagine how I reacted when I had the opportunity to read The Doctors Health e-Bulletin (see the link next to this blog). Those little synapses in my brain danced around in my head with excitement. Whether the information relates to asthma, cancer, or the best brain-boosting super foods, I love learning about how I can improve my health and now I can use The Doctors Health e-Bulletin as a source.

If you are one of those people who gets excited at learning the latest health information and who jumps at the word, breakthrough, click the link next to this blog under The Doctors Health e-Bulletin to get your shot of breakthrough information.

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