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Op/Ed: 'The Legend of Korra' Finale Steps Into Bold New Ground

This week, Nickelodeon quietly released the series finale to it’s four-season-long The Legend of Korra with an episode that cemented the show as a game changer in the world of long-form animation. 1,613 more words


MARIETTA, GA: "Article on retiring doctor hit home for Medicare patient."

December 17, 2014 11:05 PM

DEAR EDITOR (Marietta, GA, Marietta Daily Journal):

Your article about Dr. Goodman Espy leaving a practice that he founded because the other doctors elected to not take Medicare patients really hit home. 231 more words


Creative Commons Confusion Continues to Confound Content Creators

Yahoo!, owners of the photo sharing site Flickr, recently caused a storm of controversy by announcing plans to sell prints of photos that users had uploaded… 1,080 more words

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Wunsh: 'Healthcare Costs a different look.'

By Anthony Wunsh  President/CEO Medical Pay Solutions, Consultant, Author, Speaker

DECEMBER 18, 2014 - It seems that once someone grabs onto an idea with political or ideological traits to it, they defend it till the end, in spite of new information, factual evidence contrary to that agenda or history to support a different result or outcome. 1,453 more words


A Year of Concierge Medicine ... by Jordan Grumet, MD

By Jordan Grumet, MD

DECEMBER 15, 2014 – A year ago, I embarked on a voyage at the leading edge of modern-day health care. I abandoned my traditional office-based practice… 615 more words


LAGRELIUS, MD: 'You will never regret being a doctor IF you work only for patients. But if you don't work only for patients, you will regret your decision in the end.'

Public Health & Policy | MEDPAGE

10 Questions: Tom LaGrelius, MD

By David Pittman, Washington Correspondent, MedPage Today

DECEMBER 7, 2013 - What’s the biggest barrier to practicing medicine today? 840 more words


The Dreaded Literary Grey Zone

Have you ever browsed the YA (Young Adult) section at Chapters in search of a new book, and come across one or more of the numerous similarities between various novels? 1,012 more words

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