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Dr. Linda Clever-The Fatigue Prescription on Scott Cluthe's Positively Incorrect!

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Scott Cluthe interviews Dr. Linda Clever. Dr. Clever is author of: The Fatigue Prescription: Four Steps to Renewing Your Energy, Health and Life. Do you feel frazzled and over-committed way too often? Sure, there are plenty of reasons: you have lots of worthy stuff on your plate and the world is complicated. But the way you're living may well be sapping your vitality, cutting your effectiveness and even making you sick – and tired. After experiencing a fatigue melt-down, Dr. Linda Clever, Clinical Professor of Medicine at UCSF and founder of RENEW, discovered a remedy that she and thousands of others have used to refresh, renew, and begin creating whole, healthy lives. In this must-read book, she outlines signs of trouble like aches and anger, boredom and rupturing relationships. In THE FATIGUE PRESCRIPTION, Dr. Clever also delivers a practical and easy-to-follow guide to taking care of your whole self. She provides vital tips, self-assessment guides, and urgent pointers on how to live the kind of life and have the impact you want. You and she will have a good time together, too. Linda Hawes Clever, MD knows all about living a whirling, blurring life. After attending Stanford University, where she also earned her medical degree, Linda became known for "firsts" that include first woman Governor in the American College of Physicians, first woman editor of the Western Journal of Medicine, and starting a unique department at California Pacific Medical Center -- all while being a wife, mother and active community volunteer. PHEW! She is a member of the prestigious Institute of Medicine of the National Academy of Sciences, and Clinical Professor of Medicine at UCSF. In 1998, she founded RENEW, a non-profit organization that aims to help busy, devoted people regain or maintain their effectiveness and creativity. Linda has chaired the board of KQED Public Broadcasting Stations & served on the Stanford University Board of Trustees.