Interesting Articles
Bird Flu Drugs are for Bird Brains (podcast)
Friday, November 18th, 2011 by Doug Bremner
Podcast Powered By Podbean In todays news a guy who is trying to create a more virulent form of bird flu. Is he trying to kill us or something Listen to more podcasts at Subscribe to my podcast feed here. Read More
Managing your lupus expectations – yours and everyone elses.
Friday, November 18th, 2011 by despitelupus
Now that Im in the world of manufacturing eek, Imlearning the lingo pretty quickly. And theres a phrase that keeps popping up mostly in regard to my suppliers Overpromise and underdeliverNow dont get me wrong my suppliers have been fabulous. Mymaterials have, for the mo... Read More
Your Unique Style
Friday, November 18th, 2011 by RabbiMitch63
Cherish forever what makes you unique, 'cuz you're really a yawn if it goes. Bette Midler Each of us possesses qualities that are unique to us. We each have our own finger and footprints, DNA, facial features, voice tone and more. We also each possess our own brand of e... Read More
Daily Bite: 3 Body Parts that Defy Your Real Age
Friday, November 18th, 2011 by eHealthGuide
Today, it's common knowledge that women want to look younger. Many women are lead to believe that only complicated options are available for achieving such a feat: plastic surgery, body enhancements, creams, pills. However, there is an easier way. By focusing on a few b... Read More
Cholesterol Pills: New Is Not Always Better
Friday, November 18th, 2011 by Ridzwan Bakar
Getting a new car or camera model is often equated to pills as wellthat the newer version is an improvement over the old. But experience has taught doctors that this is not necessarily true..especially when it comes to medications. While drug pharmas may go to town exto... Read More
The Medical Home Seems to Be A Pretty Good Idea for Patient Care. Again the PCEHR is The Wrong Shape!
Friday, November 18th, 2011 by davidmore
The following very interesting report turned up just a few days ago. Medical homes prove worth, in U.S. and abroad November 09, 2011 Mike Miliard, Managing Editor NEW YORK A new Commonwealth Fund international survey finds that chronically and seriously ill adults who r... Read More
Speaking Again- Thanks OTA/PTA Students And Staff
Friday, November 18th, 2011 by lifeofthedifferentlyabled
Hello everyone, At the time I write this post its Thursday evening, today Ihad the pleasure of speaking to some students who are studying the occupationalphysical therapy assistant program. The talk was about my life with cerebral palsy and concluded Continue reading Read More
From the Publishers of 2e: Twice-Exceptional Newsletter
Thursday, November 17th, 2011 by 76Trombones
ON IQ. Today we found three items concerning IQ, a topic of some interest to those who raise and educate gifted kids with learning challenges. 1. A UK study found links between higher IQ at ages 5 and 10 with higher-than-typical drug use at ages 16 and 20. Researchers' ... Read More
Climbing Out After the Big Snow Storm in Glastonbury Connecticut
Thursday, November 17th, 2011 by Matt Bellinger
Sorry for the long delay with posting to our Glastonbury Chiropractor Blog We are finally getting back to business as usual after a freak storm that hit Connecticut on Saturday October 29. This was not just your run of the mill storm. 9 days it left us without power, wi... Read More
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