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Guest Profile: Lynne Matallana

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Lynne Matallana

LYNNE MATALLANA, PRESIDENT AND FOUNDER OF THE NATIONAL FIBROMYALGIA ASSOCIATION AND A FIBROMYALGIA PATIENT: Lynne was diagnosed with fibromyalgia in August 1995 after seeing 37 doctors. The intensity of the disorder caused her to spend two years in bed. Her frustration with the lack of treatments and support for people with fibromyalgia inspired her to create the National Fibromyalgia Association. During the past 11 years, the NFA has grown into a major force in the efforts to help improve the quality of life for people with fibromyalgia. For additional information about the NFA, please go to www.fmaware.org.

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This Couple Left Everything Behind To Build A Treehouse in Hawaii

Gail Armand and Robert van Sluis had a plan for their retirement. All they needed was the perfect time -- when all their finances were in order -- to pull the trigger.
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8 Scientifically-Backed Ways To Feel More Confident (Even When You're Not)

We dedicate time and energy to cultivating the feeling so we can tap into it when we need it most: at work, in business meetings, on dates, during tough conversations. Fortunately, there are a few science-backed tricks to get us there (even when we totally don't feel it).
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Women in Worship

The Church of England has voted to allow women to become bishops for the first time in its history.
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25 Breastfeeding Photos I Want the Whole World to See

"In the 1950s, in a changing America, breastfeeding faced a steep decline; initiation rates were only at 25 percent, meaning that 75 percent of women were choosing not to breastfeed, rather than not breastfeeding because they were unable to do so successfully."
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