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The people who subscribe to my newsletter are people who want to dive down rabbit holes to find out the WHY behind what’s happening in our world that affects our health, but simply don’t want to spend their day researching.

I’m often investigating things for my own benefit or curiosity, and do the same on behalf of my patients. Topics I typically dig into include health policies surrounding covid, pregnancy, kid health, EMF exposure, privacy, pelvic floor health, and the science of light and water.

I share this information while remaining skeptically optimistic and at least a little bit sarcastic. If that sounds fun to you, I’d love to have you around.

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To be clear

I express lots of ideas and thoughts, most of which are intended to help you figure out your own stance or opinion: not to sway you to thinking like I do.

We don’t have to agree in order to learn.

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