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Principle # 7 – Responsibility/Accountability

What is accountability?  It is an obligation or willingness to accept responsibility or to account for one’s actions. I would like to chat about a subject that is notably lacking in our society today.  I’m going to approach it based on my observations in the Emergency Department.  Why is there a lack of Accountability in our Society?  What […]

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Men, when was the last time you saw your penis?

Hello, my name is Robert Ealy, MD.  I am Board Certified in Emergency Medicine and have over 30 years of experience.  In my years of practice I have heard all sorts of complaints.  I am going to share with you How to Stay the Hell out of my Emergency Department (WWW.SOOMER.ORG)!   At 58, I began to […]

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Principle #5 – Mindset/Attitude

As an Emergency Medicine Physician, I have seen first-hand what a negative mindset has on one’s Physical/Mental Health.  There are many folks that I evaluate in the Emergency Department that you just know that they really don’t want to get better.  It seems they are actually getting something out of being in the hospital.  Why […]

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Principle # 8a – Yoga – Meditation/Yoga Relationship

As I have continued in my Emergency Medicine practice, I have witnessed the increasing number of patients with diseases that could either be either directly or indirectly  associated to stress-related illnesses such high blood pressure, anxiety, depression, chronic back pain, headaches, heart disease, insomnia, chronic pain, obesity, irritable bowel syndrome and other digestive problems, dementia, […]

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Principle # 10 – Goals

As I have progressed through my Emergency Medicine Career, the one thing that I have found that has attributed to my progress is setting goals.  I had to ask myself, what do I want to accomplish with my life?  How do I want to make a difference?  What would I want my Legacy to look […]

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Principle # 9 – Alternative Therapy/Integral Medicine

While continuing my practice as an Emergency Medicine Physician, I came to realize, something just did not feel right.  As I previously shared, a significant number of illnesses that I see are due to poor Lifestyle Choices by patients.  In the Emergency Department, we are treating the end results of poor Lifestyle Choices by patients. […]

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Principle #3 – Multivitamins/Supplements

As I have worked in the Emergency Department over the past 30 years, I have folks ask me more and more about supplements.  As physicians, we are not taught much about nutrition and supplements in medical school.  Much of what I have learned is from other people.  I also found out that all supplements are […]

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Principle #2 – Nutrition

As I have worked in the Emergency Department, I have noticed that patients are coming in larger and larger.   Unfortunately, a number of these patients are children. Childhood Obesity is at an all-time high in the US.  It is a well-known fact that obesity and being overweight can lead to chronic diseases such as: Type 2 […]

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