In Part One
I explained how as a teenager I began to develop a pragmatic approach to personal health. I embraced trial and error, exploring, researching, and refining personal well-being and what works for me. Often this meant quietly pushing aside peer or societal pressures and medical norms. Over the decades, I continued seeking out pragmatic health tools that best fit me.
Until the past year, I still looked first for help from the U.S. “sick” care system, which repeatedly failed to help me during Covid and Long-Covid. Read More