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iHealthBulletin News is a health & wellness news information site personally edited by Dr. Zebrun, whose special interests include nutrition, exercise, CAM, preventive medicine, and mental health. The editorial selection of news articles will thus be geared to such topics, with an eye towards stimulating thought about what we humans can do to optimize our health in general, and how the treatment of certain common mental and physical ailments might be improved.

John Zebrun, M.D. is currently in private practice in Northampton, MA. He served on staff for over a decade at his local community hospital, where he was Chief of the Department of Psychiatry and Medical Director of Behavioral Health Services. Dr. Zebrun maintains board certification in Psychiatry and in Child & Adolescent Psychiatry.

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