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Dermatologist recounts finding her niche in male-dominated field

By: Lisette Hilton
Date: July 1, 2010
Source: Dermatology Times


Frances J. Storrs, M.D., tells it like it is, sees the humor in it, then laughs a hearty laugh. Frances J. Storrs, M.D. She was the first woman to complete the dermatology residency at Oregon Health and Science University, graduating in 1968. Now professor emerita of dermatology and director of the Dermatology Contact Clinic at Oregon Health and Science University, Dr. Storrs has undeniably earned respect in a specialty that early in her career was dominated by men.

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Dermatologist recounts finding her niche in male-dominated field

By: Lisette Hilton
Date: July 1, 2010
Source: Dermatology Times


Frances J. Storrs, M.D., tells it like it is, sees the humor in it, then laughs a hearty laugh. Frances J. Storrs, M.D. She was the first woman to complete the dermatology residency at Oregon Health and Science University, graduating in 1968. Now professor emerita of dermatology and director of the Dermatology Contact Clinic at Oregon Health and Science University, Dr. Storrs has undeniably earned respect in a specialty that early in her career was dominated by men.

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Handwriting Instruction Helps Patients Reach Goals

By: Lisette Hilton
Date: June 21, 2010
Source: Today in OT


Monica Fortunato, OTR, had been an occupational therapist for more than two decades when she noticed her preschool-aged son was having difficulty holding a pencil. “He had no interest [in writing]. I started taking the Handwriting Without Tears courses with the intention of assisting him, and realized he was not the only one that needed help,” Fortunato says. For the past five years, Fortunato has worked exclusively on children’s handwriting issues at her Hermosa Beach, Calif., practice. “Parents always tell me, ‘I didn’t know there was anybody like you that would just help with handwriting,’” she says.

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Helping in Honduras: Cleveland dermatologist makes annual mission trip

By: Lisette Hilton
Date: June 1, 2010
Source: Dermatology Times


Cleveland — Three years ago, when a Cleveland Clinic colleague approached Allison T. Vidimos-Stultz, R.Ph., M.D., about whether any one of the 25 dermatologists in her local practice would want to go on a medical mission to Honduras, she replied, “Could I go?” Dr. Vidimos, chairman of dermatology and vice chairman of the Dermatology and Plastic Surgery Institute, Cleveland Clinic, has been making the annual weeklong journey ever since.

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Are you really ready?

Getting on Track for a Lifetime of Good Health

By: Bob Harper
Date: January 2009
Source: Success magazine


New Year’s resolutions might be good for some things, but they’re not necessarily the answer when you want to change your life for the healthier. The whole concept of the New Year’s resolution puts too much emphasis on one day. I’ve found that people are much more empowered to do what they can do right now, right here—as opposed to waiting until Monday, their birthdays or Jan. 1

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Getting the Big Picture on Your Health

By: Jillian Michaels
Date: August/September 2008
Source: Success Magazine


When it comes to achieving overall health, we need to look at the big picture. Optimal health is a closed system of the food we eat, the air we breathe, the water we drink, the way we live our lives, the way that we consume.

People don’t fully understand this big picture. They think they need to be thin to be healthy, and the truth is that you need to be healthy to be thin. There’s always going to be the latest quick-fi x diet fad or pill or the latest surgery. We live in a world where we want quick and easy; we consume and buy in bulk, eat fast food, and expect things to last on the shelves, forever—and that’s making us unhealthy.

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