Well, itâ€™s almost up. This entire month of January, my wife and I have put forth our best effort to live a vegetarian lifestyle. There were nights when we struggled and really wanted to skip out on our vegetables, but you know what, we did pretty darn good. And we feel pretty darn good too.
Dr. Daniel Diamond â€“ who goes by his nickname Scott â€“ was born in Louisiana and raised in Pittsburgh. But the path to Willamette Valley Medical Center was anything but predictable. One would think if your father and grandfather were both surgeons, you would without a doubt carry on the tradition. That is exactly what
Brandi Spence, MD, is a native Oregonian and always knew the saying was true: There is no place like home.Â She grew up in the Willamette Valley andÂ after medical school knew she wanted to raise her own family here. Dr. Spence joined Dr. John Neeld at Valley Womenâ€™s Health in September 2013. She is relatively new
So Iâ€™m nearing the completion of the 2nd week of my vegetarian month, and Iâ€™ve got to admit, I struggled this week.Â The first week was pretty easy because the challenge was newÂ and exciting. This second week has brought about a lack of focus, a less than stellar attitude towards healthy eating, and a strong desire
Okay, so Iâ€™m only a few days in, but these first few days of vegetarian eating have been quite exciting. Iâ€™ve tried some new dishes, Iâ€™ve learned about some new flavors, and Iâ€™ve engaged in many eye-opening conversations regarding the vegetarian topic.Last weekend, we went to Barnes and Nobles and picked up the Forks Over