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Top Ten Things Parents Must Tell Their Adopted Children
Wednesday, October 22nd, 2014 by ddavanport
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Many parents dread having the adoption talk. They worry that they will make a mistake; that their child will feel different; that they will somehow burden him with information he does not need to know. Worry not The Talk is really a series of small seemingly i... Read More
Ebola And Technology Intersect With Hopefully Some Useful Outcomes.
Tuesday, October 21st, 2014 by davidmore
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This appeared a day or so ago.CDC, ONC Target EHR-Based Ebola ScreeningGreg Slabodkin OCT 17, 2014 730am ETAn initiative launched last year by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT to help provi... Read More
Interesting Articles
Was Your Infertility “Meant to Be”?
Tuesday, October 21st, 2014 by ddavanport
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Few people who have suffered with infertility have escaped being told, or telling themselves, that maybe their being infertile was meant to be or maybe they werent meant to be a parent. Do you think your infertility was meant to be I always think about what people said ... Read More
My mom has cancer
Saturday, October 25th, 2014 by MissBert
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My mom has stage-4 ovarian cancer. I have no time to devote to this blog as it's taking all I have, and more, to give her the care she needs. She's not terminal at this point; the doctor believes she can live 5 years, but she first has to survive chemo, surgery, and mor... Read More
How to Not Freak out during a Flare
Friday, October 24th, 2014 by Stephanie Prendergast and Liz Rummer
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Its. Just. A. Flare. Four little words that pack a lot of power for me, because they instantly put the brakes on an impending panic attack. This wasnt always the case. Used to be that when Id have a flare-up of my pelvic pain symptoms, it would devastate me sending me i... Read More
Chapter Two
Friday, October 24th, 2014 by michael seres
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On the 8th October I received a lovely text from my transplant nurse co-ordinator. It simple said Happy Bowel Day. She had sent it to mark my 3rd birthday as a bowel transplant patient.Later that day I received a call from my transplant surgeon. He simply said the biops... Read More
A turning point in my lupus hair loss: Getting a new 'do!
Friday, October 24th, 2014 by despitelupus
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Hooray for changeI took a much-anticipated trip to the hair salon last week, and I am so pleased with the results. It was as if my hair dresser found strands of hair I didn't even know I had She gave me a brand new hair cut that left me feeling fun, fresh, and more conf... Read More
Medicare Locals Go As The Primary Care Networks Start Mid Next Year. E-Health Implications?
Friday, October 24th, 2014 by davidmore
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A few days ago the borders for the 30 new Primary Health Networks PHN which will replace the 61 Medicare Locals were announced.Here is the linkhttpwww.health.gov.auinternetmainpublishing.nsfContentprimary_Health_NetworksThe most interesting part of this transition I fin... Read More
Accessible Tourism California: Venice Beach and Hollywood
Friday, October 24th, 2014 by lifeofthedifferentlyabled
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The last two stops on our sightseeing of Los Angeles, where Venice Beach and the Hollywood walk of fame. I really liked Venice Beach the atmosphere was laid-back and relaxed there was lots of artists along the boardwalk and it Continue reading The post Accessible Touris... Read More
ADHD & Creativity, ASD & Siri, Astrology, and More
Thursday, October 23rd, 2014 by 76Trombones
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SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN has Scott Berry Kaufman riffing on ADHD and creativity, with all kinds of goodies thrown in Calvin and Hobbes cartoons; research findings including a study where "the poorer the working memory, the higher the creativity"; acknowledgment of ... Read More
Review Of The Ongoing Post - Budget Controversy 23rd October 2014. No Sign Of Stopping!
Thursday, October 23rd, 2014 by davidmore
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Budget Night was on Tuesday 13th May, 2014 and the fuss has still not settled by a long shot.It is amazing how the discussion on the GP Co-Payment just runs and runs. Some more this week.Here are some of the more interesting articles I have spotted this 21st week since ... Read More
Tips to Reduce Your Child's Halloween Fears
Wednesday, October 22nd, 2014 by eHealthGuide
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For the majority of kids, Halloween is a favorite holiday because it represents a time to dress up and be someone or something else--perhaps a super-hero like Superman or a mythical creature like a fairy. It might also bring joy because, for one night, they can get... Read More
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