I am a family physician.
What I share on this blog are my perspectives learned collectively through my personal “sufferings” and those of my patients.
They are based on my personal experience, feedback from others and consistent with my version of “common sense”
They are not “proven” by clinical studies.
They are shared in the hope that they might apply to and help you or someone you know.
Finally, thank you for reading and your feedback based on your authentic and personal experience are always appreciated!
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