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Death by Browsing

Why a little knowledge really can be a dangerous thing


The last few weeks have been one of the scariest in my life, at least healthwise. I found myself in the emergency room of the local hospital trying to figure out just why I had horrific stomach pains.

Turns out it was not the Norovirus, Campylobacter, or Salmonella.




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Kathy Brunner

Kathy Brunner

Entrepreneur/Business Coach, People Watcher, Firestarter. Create your encore career and go from Burned Out to Fired Up!

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