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The Miracle of Bio-Identical Hormones, 2nd edition

The Miracle of Bio-Identical Hormones, 2nd edition

The 2nd edition of Michael E. Platt, M.D.'s ground-breaking health book, The Miracle of Bio-Identical Hormones, How I Lost My... fatigue, hot flashes, ADHD, ADD, fibromyalgia, PMS, osteoporosis, weight, sexual dysfunction, anger, migraines., provides many answers to common medical problems, and explains how balancing your hormones can contribute to your well-being and your long-term health. Outstanding praise has been received for this intelligently written book by wellness colleagues, book reviewers, and patients from around the world for its new ideas and unique perspective on hormones and preventive medicine.Dr. Platt explores how natural (non-synthetic) bio-identical hormones can have the power to heal many maladies often considered "incurable." "This is the most important health book published this year, or any year for that matter. It's an easy, fascinating, highly-informative, even life-changing read," states Barbara Morris, compounding pharmacist and author of Put Old On Hold. The book is also considered an excellent primer for compounding pharmacists and the wellness community.

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All-Army boxer Staff Sgt. Andrew Shepherd of Fort Carson, Colo., takes a knee while his right forearm throbs during a 15-9 loss to Lenroy Thompson of Lenexa, Kan., in the super heavyweight division of the U.S. Olympic Team Trials for Men's Boxing on Aug. 3 at the Mobile Civic Center in Mobile, Ala. U.S. Army photo by Tim Hipps, IMCOM Public Affairs

Vasquez leads Soldiers at U.S. Olympic Boxing Trials

By Tim Hipps
IMCOM Public Affairs

MOBILE, Ala. – U.S. Army World Class Athlete Program boxer Sgt. Samuel Vasquez was the last Soldier standing when he climbed into the ring at the U.S. Olympic Boxing Team Trials on Aug. 3 at the Mobile Civic Center.

Vasquez was leading after one round and tied after two, but Amir Imam of Albany, N.Y., unleashed a flurry of combinations midway through the third and final round for a 31-23 victory, eliminating Vasquez from the double-elimination tournament.

“I was doing well until the last round,” said Vasquez, 25, a two-time Armed Forces champion stationed at Fort Carson, Colo. “In that last round, I let my hands down. And when I let my hands down, I get clocked by shots I shouldn’t be taking.

“Once that happened, he broke me a little bit and I kind of fell apart. None of the shots hurt me, but I was counting his points in my mind and that discouraged me. I wanted to keep my hands up and still go forward to catch up, but he just kept scoring.”

Vasquez threw “bunches of punches” and led 9-7 after one round of the 152-pound bout. He stuck to his game plan in the second round and the score was tied going into the third. Then Vasquez reverted to his bulldog style and stepped into several of Imam’s scoring blows.

“In hindsight, I would have been smarter and boxed him more; maybe not allowed him to come in so much and countered his shots,” Vasquez said. “He was careful. He did it perfectly. He watched what I did and waited for me to engage him, and then came right at me. … He was the smarter boxer today. I let my ego get to me, but I’ll be back.”

Army WCAP boxing coach Basheer Abdullah, a three-time U.S. Olympic coach and technical advisor, agreed with Vasquez’s assessment.

“I know he left it in the ring and I know that he can beat any of these guys when he’s performing up to his best,” Abdullah said. “When he performs up to his ability and stays focused and executes the fight plans, then he gives himself a great chance of winning. I think he’s going to learn a lot from this.”

On Wednesday, Vasquez was in complete control during his 18-10 victory over Bryant Perella of Lehigh Acres, Fla.

“He’s in all the national tournaments at the end, like top four, so I knew he was pretty decent,” Vasquez said. “I kept staying in and just boxed.”

Vasquez was encouraged by his 19-10 victory over Golden Gloves reigning national champion Arturo Trujillo of Easton, Pa., on Tuesday.

“I knew he was an aggressive fighter,” Vasquez said. “I was coming forward, but he was slower than me. Every time he came in, it would be boom, boom, boom, and I would move out of the way. He couldn’t touch me. He kept on missing.”

Vasquez started rolling with a 26-10 victory over Houston’s Regis Prograis on Monday night.

“I just boxed him,” Vasquez said. “He wasn’t any problem. I just kept my distance. He was a shorter guy, and I just out-boxed him.”

Vasquez lost a 24-17 decision to eventual tournament champion Errol Spence of Desoto, Texas, in their opening bout on Sunday.

“I didn’t box him,” Vasquez said. “I went in for the knockout all three rounds, and I wore him down. After the fight, I told him, ‘I’m coming for you. I’ll see you in the finals.’

“Errol told me, ‘To be honest with you, I hope you lose because I don’t want to fight you again.’ Those were his exact words. So I knew I had him.”

Vasquez, however, did not advance to the finals against Spence, but the Soldier’s chances of competing in London at the 2012 Olympic Games did not necessarily end in Mobile.

Boxers who prevailed at the U.S. Olympic Trials must qualify their respective weight classes to compete in the Olympics. The boxers from light flyweight through light heavyweight will have to place in the top 10 while the heavyweight and super heavyweights will have to place in the top six at the 2011 International Boxing Association World Championships this autumn in Baku, Azerbaijan. If they falter in Azerbaijan, USA Boxing will re-open those weight classes to competitors at the 2012 U.S. National Championships. Winners there will then attempt to qualify their weight classes for the Olympics at a last-chance America’s Qualifier in Mexico.

Vasquez is already talking about becoming a professional fighter, but he has not given up on boxing in London just yet.

“I need to turn pro, that’s my whole goal through this thing,” Vasquez said. “To make the Olympic team, of course, was my first goal. I still have a chance because if [Spence] does not qualify my weight class we’re going to have another tournament, and I’m in it, so it’s not over yet.

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On Call: A Doctor's Days and Nights in Residency

On Call begins with a newly-minted doctor checking in for her first day of residency--wearing the long white coat of an MD and being called "Doctor" for the first time. Having studied at Yale and Dartmouth, Dr. Emily Transue arrives in Seattle to start her internship in Internal Medicine just after graduating from medical school. This series of loosely interconnected scenes from the author's medical training concludes her residency three years later.

During her first week as a student on the medical wards, Dr. Transue watched someone come into the emergency room in cardiac arrest and die. Nothing like this had ever happened to her before-it was a long way from books and labs. So she began to record her experiences as she gained confidence putting her book knowledge to work.

The stories focus on the patients Dr. Transue encountered in the hospital, ER and clinic; some are funny and others tragic. They range in scope from brief interactions in the clinic to prolonged relationships during hospitalization. There is a man newly diagnosed with lung cancer who is lyrical about his life on a sunny island far away, and a woman, just released from a breathing machine after nearly dying, who sits up and demands a cup of coffee.

Though the book has a great deal of medical content, the focus is more on the stories of the patients' lives and illnesses and the relationships that developed between the patients and the author, and the way both parties grew in the course of these experiences.

Along the way, the book describes the life of a resident physician and reflects on the way the medical system treats both its patients and doctors. On Call provides a window into the experience of patients at critical junctures in life and into the author's own experience as a new member of the medical profession.

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