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Showing posts from January, 2015

Shining the Light on Overdiagnosis and Overtreatment

A couple of years ago I took a photography class.There were only four of us and the teacher so there was a lot of personal attention. I was the least experienced of all the students and also had the least expensive equipment. I felt a little out of my league when I pulled up at the beach at 4:30 am and saw that the others were unloading gigantic cameras and lenses and tripods that made mine look like I purchased it at target, which now that I think of it, maybe I did.
What drew me to this class was the subject matter we were photographing. I love the beach and the idea of capturing the light as the sun came over the horizon was just captivating to me. And it didn’t disappoint. Despite my lack of experience and unprofessional equipment, my photography class turned out to be one of the coolest things I have done. Ever.
You’ve heard the expression; you’ve got to fake it to make it, right? Well, being an actress may have helped with that. I pretended to myself that I knew what I was doin…

Happy Healthy New You!