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June 16, 2009:  Dr. Valerie's book reading, the end.

continued reading from the eBook: Choose Your Doctor As if Your Life Depends On It (it does).

This is a book that talks about intuition and common sense, and shows you what to ask in order to be sure you are getting the healthcare you want. Doctors may hate this, but patients will love it! Since too many people have no common sense when it comes to talking with their doctors, it is time for them to take charge of themselves and do what they need to do, in a responsible, logical manner.

The book includes anecdotal stories to illustrate the importance of being responsible and making the right decisions. Reader's comments have been along the lines of "well, it's just common sense".  Yeah...duh...too bad so many people don't have any!

It's a short book, an easy read, and contains the parts you need to know to protect yourself when you need healthcare...

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Dr. Valerie Olmsted is a Naturopathic Physician practicing in Sedona, Arizona. She graduated from the Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine, in Tempe, Arizona, in 1999 and has been in solo practice since. Prior to becoming a doctor, she was a C.E.N. registered nurse (Certified Emergency Nurse) and has over 30 years of experience in the medical field, including ICU/CCU, Home Health, and Home Hospice. Her practice is centered on Blood Type science, utilizing Dr. Peter D'Adamo's principles to successfully treat her patients. She is a Fellow of the Institute for Human Individuality, as well as a minister (Rev.Dr.). The practice is one of preventative and chronic disease medicine, including man's and women's hormones, psychotherapy, acupuncture and oriental medicine, nutritional and botanical medicine, homeopathy, spirituality, and minor surgery.