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October 22, 2012

This inspiring book is a breakthrough gem that empowers you to think in a new way to understand self care as a solution to your health and wellness. Dr. Gahles, an internationally recognized expert in integrative healthcare, clearly shows you how to use a common sense action plan to achieve your wellness solution through heartfelt storytelling, video demonstrations and practical applications. Creating health and well-being is a lifestyle. Dr. Gahles, a healthcare futurist, teaches you common sense strategies to invest in an individualized wellness portfolio to realize the benefit of a premium quality of life at dramatic cost savings as the return on your investment.

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October 2, 2012

The information highway, the internet, has been our means of travel to vast storehouses of information for decades now. The plethora of sources that exist to plumb the depths of any subject one desires to explore is a wonder to behold. The caveat all students are given is to beware of the source. Not all websites have reliable or evidence-based data.  Wikipedia, for example, is not considered acceptable as a footnote in research papers as anyone can contribute comments and these are not necessarily factual. Certainly, in many instances, they are biased.

Caveat Emptor, buyer beware,  can surely apply to the world of information.  Informing oneself on a subject implies that you have credible sources, cross check your references and fact check your informants. Then, when you feel confident that you have accumulated the best data available on a subject, you can articulate your position with power.

Information is used as power when one is attempting to persuade another to accept their th...

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