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Britain to offer all infants meningitis B vaccine

LONDON – Britain says it will become the first country to offer all babies a vaccine for potentially fatal meningitis B after it reached a price deal with GlaxoSmithKline PLC. 119 more words


A Responsive Design Retrofit for Healthcare

Thanks to HCIC’s Backstage Pass (a webinar series for those unable to attend HCIC), I recently watched Pamela Riddell’s “Responsive Retrofit: A Desktop Down Approach” presentation that she gave at last year’s conference. 427 more words

Patient Education

Spaghetti Squash & Garlic Carrot Soup

I’ve said it before, pasta is my kryptonite. As I have turned the healthy lifestyle leaf, I have to find new healthier ways to enjoy my favorite foods. 373 more words


Day Twenty-One

Sunday and I’m at work trying to motivate myself for the coming week. I’m coming down with a cold and I don’t feel great so I’m taking some meds and hoping I’ll feel better tomorrow so I can hit the gym and start the week out right. 258 more words

My Favorite Bracelet

No outfit is complete without my favorite bracelet.

I wear it religiously.

All day. Everyday.

And even though I’ve experimented with different color options, the black wristband always wins, sitting triumphantly on my right wrist. 291 more words

Running Through A Runner's Mind

Vet visit done <3

Monti is done with the teeth cleaning and he is so tired right now. He got fluids in case he don’t want to drink right away. 42 more words


Why getting patients on their feet may speed recovery in ICU

WASHINGTON – The intensive care unit is a last frontier for physical therapy: It’s hard to exercise patients hooked to ventilators so they can breathe. 832 more words