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Mia Lundin Wins National Health Information Award

Female Brain Gone Insane 2010 National Health Information Award Winner


Female Brain Gone Insane was selected winner in the 17th annual National Health Information Awards. This program recognizes the nation’s best consumer health information programs and materials.

Mia Lundin

Female Brain Gone Insane received a Silver award for the category of Consumer Decision Making Information.

“I was delighted to participate in the National Health Information Award Program and I am honored to be selected a winner,” said Mia Lundin. “Our winning entry was chosen from more than 1000 entries judged by a panel of health information experts.”

In addition to being the author of the book Female Brain Gone Insane, Mia Lundin is also a Nurse Practitioner in private practice and the founder of The Center for Hormonal and Nutritional Balance Inc, located in Santa Barbara, California.

Her practice specializes in treating hormonal imbalances (PMS, postpartum depression, perimenopause and menopause) and the effect hormonal fluctuations have on the brain chemistry. In her 21 years as a nurse practitioner, Lundin has successfully balanced thousands of women to enable them to regain control over their emotional and physical health.

The awards program is coordinated by The Health Information Resource Center, a national clearinghouse for consumer health information programs and materials.

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