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Initial Thoughts on Grayson Allen

By Jennifer Janicki

I’m excited to start working on this research paper. In addition to being interested in learning more about image repair and effective crisis communications, I have a personal connection to the subject we will be writing about. 286 more words

Living in the fifth dimension

Dr Ayana Arce is part of a team that does experiments at the Large Hadron Collider, looking for evidence for the fifth dimension.

Physics

A Homebody Gentleman's Menu (inspired by Emma)

Woodhouse Weekly Menu

Sunday

  • Roasted lamb, root vegetables (potatoes, carrots, parsnip, mushroom), freshly baked bread, apple tart, wine

Monday

  • Egg atop a bed of roast root vegetables (left-over from Sunday roast), left over bread, custard, wine…
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Signs of spring

(photo credit:  Rene D. Caputo)

March Madness is in the air around the country ~ and definitely here in North Carolina. Many fans are watching collegiate basketball as teams compete to be national champion. 205 more words

Forum ~ Culture

17-13 Segment 1: Difficult Patients

http://media.blubrry.com/radiohealthjournal/mediatracks.com/shows/RHJ_2017/RHJ_17-13A.mp3

Patients used to accept doctors’ orders without question. Today, more are asking questions and challenging their doctors’ opinions. However, even those who do it politely are likely to be labeled “difficult.” A doctor whose late wife nearly made a career of being a difficult patient discusses how patients can do it respectfully and fruitfully. 2,269 more words

Radio Health Journal Podcasts

NOTE: This does NOT work for everybody – but it is always good to know what factors studies continues to find that may help those who are just starting. 387 more words

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