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A Reminder to Use Sunscreen As We Go Outside Again

Following several months spent mostly indoors due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the weather is heating up again and the great outdoors is calling our names, asking us to enjoy some sunshine.  However, ex...

Too Much TV Dulls the Brain: What You Can Do

The more time you spend watching television in your 40s, 50s, and 60s, the higher your risk of cognitive decline and brain damage in later years, according to scientists who presented three new studie...

How Ditching Breakfast Cereals Can Help Reduce Cancer Risk

Breakfast is still the most important meal of the day, and what you choose to eat this morning matters just as much. Morning cereals have been an American household staple. It is the most convenient c...

5 Reasons Your Period is Late (Besides Pregnancy)

Missing your period is not always a sign of pregnancy. In fact, many women have experienced missed periods in certain months despite not having intercourse in recent days before. There are many extern...

Is Online Therapy Worth It?

The pandemic has taken a toll on the mental health of the majority of people. Besides being unable to live life normally, people cannot meet their support systems in person, deal with financial or emo...

How Your Clothing Fabric Can Affect Your Health

The clothes you wear are more than just a fashion statement. They keep you warm and protect your skin from external elements. But what your clothes are made of can actually have long-lasting effects o...

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A Reminder to Use Sunscreen As We Go Outside Again

Following several months spent mostly indoors due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the weather is heating up again and the great outdoors is calling our names, asking us to enjoy some sunshine.  However, ex...

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Too Much TV Dulls the Brain: What You Can Do

The more time you spend watching television in your 40s, 50s, and 60s, the higher your risk of cognitive decline and brain damage in later years, according to scientists who presented three new studie...

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How Ditching Breakfast Cereals Can Help Reduce Cancer Risk

Breakfast is still the most important meal of the day, and what you choose to eat this morning matters just as much. Morning cereals have been an American household staple. It is the most convenient c...

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5 Reasons Your Period is Late (Besides Pregnancy)

Missing your period is not always a sign of pregnancy. In fact, many women have experienced missed periods in certain months despite not having intercourse in recent days before. There are many extern...

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Is Online Therapy Worth It?

The pandemic has taken a toll on the mental health of the majority of people. Besides being unable to live life normally, people cannot meet their support systems in person, deal with financial or emo...

Read More

How Your Clothing Fabric Can Affect Your Health

The clothes you wear are more than just a fashion statement. They keep you warm and protect your skin from external elements. But what your clothes are made of can actually have long-lasting effects o...

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Dr. Fredda Branyon

About Fredda Branyon

My life's mission is to Educate people about the Power of Hope

Fredda Branyon’s dedication to healing and hope began as a teenager during her Candy Striper days. Fredda has enjoyed more than 38 years in the medical profession. She was a nurse before earning her pre-medical degree at Wofford College in Spartanburg, SC. Upon completion of Wofford’s pre-med program, she entered the medical program at the Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine in Tempe, AZ. Fredda has studied with medical experts throughout the world, and has dedicated her life to educating patients and their families on the benefits of Complementary Medicine. Fredda Branyon is also the founder and Administrative Director of New Hope Unlimited, a medical referral business that offers patients access to various treatment options provided by licensed physicians from around the world.

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