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Ashrams Over Asylums

I don’t believe in a lifestyle where you have to chronically get away to cope. To me that means precious moments are lost, beared through until we can get to what we really want. Life is too short for that. I’ve been there though and seen numerous patients over the years experience significantly better health […]

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Happy Spring!

Making health choices that are in alignment with the energies of the current season is one of the most important things one can do for preventive care. Enjoy some simple tips that are particularly important during the Spring from a Traditional Asian Medicine standpoint. Take good care and love being a woman, Dr. Danett

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This Goes Out To My Women’s March Crew!

Hope you enjoy this special edition honoring the Women’s March and seeing me be a bit less formal! Love being a woman, Dr. Danett

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Celebrate National Women’s Health Week by Paying Attention to Your Mental Health!

The state of one’s mental health can not only make or break the kind of day that we have, but also our health in the short and long-term. There are many variables that create one’s mental health state. Of the many variables, one thing that can consistently be helpful is the importance of remembering the […]

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Women’s History Month Shout Out #2: Mary Eliza Mahoney

Mary Eliza Mahoney was the first black woman nurse in the United States. Read more here. Love being a woman, Dr. Danett

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