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E. Cheryl Haberstock, RN, BSN

Cheryl’s interest in nursing began when she opened a daycare center after her three children started school. She felt some “medical” training was necessary to address any possible emergencies the children may encounter so she earned her certification as an Emergency Medical Technician and volunteered nights with the local ambulance service. As an EMT, she received great intrinsic gratification from helping others and felt the calling to be a nurse. Cheryl graduated from Carlow College in Pittsburgh, PA, then earned her certification as CCRN (Critical Care Registered Nurse). Her nursing career includes nurse and manager of Surgical ICU, Cardiovascular ICU, and Bone Marrow Transplant ICU. She also worked in an administrative position helping to develop and coordinate various patient programs with the Medical Director of Oncology Services. Cheryl is now retired and has a passion for living a healthy lifestyle with emphasis on nutrition and various forms of exercise.

We’ve all heard the term “pocket book,” most of us have them. I know I buy pocket books all the time, murder mysteries, romance, diets, etc. I carry the book around with me reading it every day till I have finished it. Then, like everyone else, I put it on the shelf, lend it to a friend, donate it to the bookstore or library, sell it at a flea market... I very much enjoyed the book, but now it’s no longer needed.

Well, that being said, my most recent “pocket book” is still in...

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