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Cholesterol: Is it Good or Bad?

Cholesterol has been negatively associated with heart disease and strokes. To fully understand why it is often told to be avoided, first understand what it is and how it affects our body.  What is Ch...

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5 Ways to Stay Physically Fit at a Time of Physical Distancing

Staying at home doesn’t necessarily mean you stop staying active. There are plenty of ways to stay physically fit remotely and safely amidst the pandemic. 5 Ways to Stay Active During these Trying T...

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5 Unbeatable Tips for Aging Gracefully

Healthy Aging Month is a celebration of the milestones of a life well-lived. Getting older does not have to be a negative perception. Age doesn’t necessarily reflect where you should be in life. It ...

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25 Online Resources to Help You Survive the “New Normal”

If stress, fear, sadness, and anxiety have become the dominant emotions in your life — you are not the only one. The COVID-19 pandemic, the peaceful-turned-violent protests, and everything in betwee...

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Crisis Fatigue: Affecting More People Than COVID-19

The year 2020 is the beginning of a new decade. However, what most of us failed to anticipate is how difficult and vexing this year would become. For months, the COVID-19 pandemic, George Floyd’...

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10 “Healthy” Foods That May Actually Harm Your Health

Don’t fall for these ten “healthy foods” that are junk foods in disguise. Commercial salad dressings As many of us already know, vegetables are an abundant source of vitamins and min...

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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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