Symptoms of Fibromyalgia in Women
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fmcfsme.com — “Find in-depth Fibromyalgia (FM), Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS), and Myalgic Encephalopathy (ME) information including symptoms, pain relief, and promising treatments; finding the cure with the FM/CFS/ME Survey. Resources include: FAQ's, Coping Tips, Doctor Search, Disability Attorney Database, Disability Information. Support Group Resources, Awareness Resources, Drug Information, Medical Abbreviations and Definitions.” View full resource at fmcfsme.com
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sciencedaily.com — “Women with celiac disease -- an autoimmune disorder associated with a negative reaction to eating gluten -- are more likely than the general population to report symptoms of depression and disordered eating, even when they adhere to a gluten-free diet, according to researchers.” View full resource at sciencedaily.com
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articles.mercola.com — “Pre-menstrual syndrome or PMS can make life miserable for 90 percent of American women. Some suggest systemic candida overgrowth may trigger PMS symptoms by activating an autoimmune response to sex hormones such as estrogen.” View full resource at articles.mercola.com
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Dr. Childers is a child and adult trained psychiatric physician with a passionate interest in regaining our physical and mental health through nutrition and sleep. She has published a number of textbook chapters, among them 'Nutritional Aspects of Psychiatry' for Child and Adolescent Psychiatry: The Essentials (Cheng and Myers, 2010). Her office is in Lake Oswego, Oregon where she sees children, adolescents and adults. A member of the Metabolism Society, she welcomes those who desire an integrated approach to psychiatric care, weight control, and/or metabolic management.
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In Oct. of 2009, Sue became a Certified Natural Health Professional, and in 2011 became Certified as a Digestive Health Specialist through the Loomis Institute of Enzyme Nutrition, and is also a member of the American Holistic Nurses Association. Sue has a private practice in Green Bay, WI., but has the priviledge of having and serving clients in areas of Nova Scotia, Boston, Minnesota, West Virginia, and the Fox Valley area of WI. She maintains her current WI Nursing Licensure. We welcome you to contact us about cancer-fighting supplements used in Sue's treatment." />
Sue's passion has always been caring for the well being of others. She has been a Registered Nurse for over 32 years, specializing in Pediatric Orthopedics, Cardiac-Thoracic-Neuro Surgery, Neonatal ICU, & Hemodialysis. She retired from Hospital work in April of 2004 to concentrate on assisting individuals with a wide array of health care and nutritional needs.
Some areas she assists in are women's health, general nutrition, and now concentrates on disease prevention & wellness, including bioidentical hormones, enzyme therapy, vitamin/mineral requirements, juicing, alternatives to drug therapy, & more.
After her diagnosis of Breast Cancer in April 2007, her determination to learn, find and receive alternative & holistic cancer treatment, termed "Functional Medicine" led to the passion of sharing that knowledge & information with others facing similar health crises. Sue chose to received her care at Sanoviv Medical Center, a Holistic Center that focuses on the cause of disease, and using Functional Medicine of the highest quality. Sanoviv is located in Rosarito, Mexico.
In Oct. of 2009, Sue became a Certified Natural Health Professional, and in 2011 became Certified as a Digestive Health Specialist through the Loomis Institute of Enzyme Nutrition, and is also a member of the American Holistic Nurses Association. Sue has a private practice in Green Bay, WI., but has the priviledge of having and serving clients in areas of Nova Scotia, Boston, Minnesota, West Virginia, and the Fox Valley area of WI. She maintains her current WI Nursing Licensure. We welcome you to contact us about cancer-fighting supplements used in Sue's treatment.