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Community College and How an English Professor Changed My Life.

This is a repost from my Tumblr, Keller’s Daily Post, from March 31,2013.

It was the fall of 2002, I sat in the Heinz Field parking lot about to step out of my ‘95 Nissan Maxima. 1,357 more words

Pick Four

Online health monitoring helps keep patients out of emergency

Patricia LaPorte used to end up at the hospital three or four times a year for emergency treatment of her failing lungs.

But hospital visits have been cut to zero since she was enrolled several months ago in a new… 852 more words

News

A Night at the Movies Part 3

The saga or the war rages on.  I thought I would update what happened since the last post about the ongoing issue with Carmike Theaters and Captions. 740 more words

Hearing Aids

Keep up the fight for health care

Re: A lot of questions, opinion column by Anne Jarvis, Nov. 30.
Re: Innovative plan could save Leamington’s obstetrics unit, by Julie Kotsis, Dec. 3. 415 more words

Letters

The Star's View: Time to audit CCACs and the LHINs

Auditor general Bonnie Lysyk will release her annual report on Tuesday, and among the 12 value-for-money audits will be one that assesses palliative care in Ontario. 440 more words

Opinion

Home care should be a priority

Re: Home-care patients around the province getting cut off from minimum services, workers say, by Derek Spalding, Nov. 26.

I cannot believe the managers and executive director of CCAC as well as administrators of the LHIN are skimming such a large percentage of the health care dollars for our area as their salaries. 181 more words

Letters

Look after our elderly

Re: More CCAC money won’t stop questions, Star editorial, Nov. 29.

I could not agree with you more that the problems at CCAC run too deep to believe money alone will solve it. 107 more words

Letters