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Doctors, and YOU, know that gender differences affect how we think about, and act on, personal health issues. When we get sick, WOW the differences show up dramatically.
One thing seems to be universal: men are reluctant to confide in anyone that they don't feel well. They're even less willing to admit that they don't know what to do about the problem.
Okay, guys, I understand. You're on the highway to health problems and you don't want to ask for directions to the off-ramp. Gotcha covered. Read:
Here's the good news: Thomas Alva Edison was a bit wrong when he said that "Opportunity is missed by most because it is dressed in overalls and looks like work."
Cover to cover, "EMPOWER Yourself" is filled with can-do affordable solutions for health issues. The first half of the book addresses how to stay calm and organized during a health crisis/challenge. The Global Resources second half lists options for 1st-quality medical care, appliances, medication, transport and more at low to zero cost for the patient.
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Face Your Medical Problems with Dignity.
Face Your Future with Optimism.