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This was one of the rules where I stayed, near the Haitian tent camp last week. Although I was sleeping in a tent, I had access to toilets and to conserve precious water this sign was posted over the toilets. I admit it, I broke the rule a couple of times. I don’t mind peeing

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I was going through one of my throw-away medical journals and noticed the ads for drugs. These ads are several pages, (geared towards doctors), to get them to prescribe certain drugs, for varying conditions. It reminded me of TV commercials where someone is sad and down, because the have a yeast infection, or allergies, or

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    Yes, it’s official now. Medically proven. Something we already knew…” sunshine on my shoulders makes me happy” as John Denver sang it, and we all feel better in the sunshine. With 70% of the U.S. under a blanket of snow this week,  a lot of people who are depressed could benefit with a

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I took my nephew to Vegas while he was out for a visit on his Christmas break. First time for him, so walked the strip, checked out most of the hotels, saw a few shows, and I lost some money on slots. But the best money I spent was $30 for a foot massage. After

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I saw a woman in the urgent care with an infected leg. She was obese, diabetic, and there with her friend. “My leg is infected again” she said. both legs were swollen, and had dark purplish skin over the front part of her lower legs. The sign of chronic edema and stasis changes. But the

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I was seeing a patient in the urgent care. She was there for back pain and leg pain. She weighed over 350 lbs. She wanted to know what to take for the pains in her knees. Rather than ignore the elephant in the room, (I know, that’s bad), I looked at her and asked her

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I attended a movie screening in Tucson last night. “The Science of Healing” was shown at the beautiful Fox Theater, followed by panel discussion with Drs. Andrew Weil and Esther Sternberg. The film follows Dr. Sternberg to a village on the island of Crete where she personally experiences the power of healing that has inspired

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I have a Dyson vacuum that I thought was enormously expensive at the time, even though I got it on sale at Wal-Mart a few years ago. Turns out it was a good deal. Especially when you have dogs. Lots of suck, and you need that with dogs that shed. And no bag to change-that’s

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Physical stressors. It’s cold at work. I can relate to this one. In the summer its 110 degrees here, but inside it’s 70, a 40 degree difference! that’s too much of a shock to me, and I feel cold, and I have to wear a sweat shirt over my scrubs. If I don’t then my neck

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  I had to deal with my first negative comment on a blog. I knew it was coming….just waiting to see how long it took. It was short, and to the point. And it wasn’t personal-too much. but of course we tend to make things personal, don’t we. You can read it under this blog,

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About Me

I graduated from the University Of Illinois College Of Medicine, and completed a residency in Internal Medicine at St. Joseph’s Medical Center in Phoenix, Arizona. My classical Homeopathy training was completed in 2008 at the American Medical College of Homeopathy. When not working, I enjoy travelling the world, visiting other countries and cultures. Photography, gardening and hiking are my hobbies.

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Phone:(602) 320-5181
Location: Near 15th Ave & Thomas, Central Phoenix.
Email: gmeyer28@cox.net