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How’s Your Thyroid? Do You Know Why That’s Important?

A little gland does a lot of big things.

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A few weeks back, I had yet another episode of lightheadedness. But this time, it was accompanied by what I’m calling brain fog. I knew something was off — my mind was not as sharp as it usually is. I stared at a page of words and had this feeling there were just too damn many of them in one place. I was…




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Marilyn Flower

Marilyn Flower

Writer, sacred fool, improviser, avid reader, novel forthcoming, soul collage facilitator, prayer warrior and did I say writer? https://linktr.ee/marilynflower

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