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Women's Health Expert Dr. Susan Lark Featured on Searchvitaminsupplements.com
Date:7/23/2009

Susan Lark, MD, an eminent authority on clinical nutrition and preventive medicine, is now a featured expert on searchvitaminsupplements.com, a new informational Web site devoted to all aspects of nutritional supplements, including vitamins, minerals, herbs, amino acids, enzymes, and more.

Potomac, MD (Vocus) July 23, 2009 -- Susan Lark, MD, an eminent authority on clinical nutrition and preventive medicine, is now a featured expert on searchvitaminsupplements.com, a new informational Web site devoted to all aspects of nutritional supplements, including vitamins, minerals, herbs, amino acids, enzymes, and more.

On searchvitaminsupplements.com, you can find many of Dr. Lark’s recommendations and advice on a wide variety of nutritional supplement topics, including antioxidants, vitamins, herbs, and enzymes, as well as advice on a wide variety of health conditions and the specific nutrient solutions to those health concerns. As with all information found on searchvitaminsupplements.com, Dr. Lark’s content delivers highly effective recommendations for all your supplementation and general health needs.

Dr. Lark is a distinguished clinician, author, lecturer, and innovative product developer. A graduate of Northwestern University Medical School, she served on the clinical faculty of Stanford University Medical School from 1981–1983, and taught in Stanford's Primary Care Associate Program in the Division of Family and Community Medicine from 1991–2002. Through her 30 years of clinical experience, Dr. Lark has pioneered the use of self-care treatments such as diet, nutrition, exercise, and stress management techniques i
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