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Spring Break with the Wild Man

A couple of weeks ago the schools in our area were out for a week of Spring Break.  We were able to spend the entire week with our precious Wild Man, as his dad had to undergo an operation on his foot, and his mom (after spending a day at home with dad) had to go to work.   206 more words

Arteriovenous Fistula

Wessam Bou-Assaly - Everything You Ought to Know About Radiology

Radiology is a field of medicine that involves using imaging techniques to diagnose and treat illnesses inside the human body. Doctor Wessam Bou-Assaly is an experienced radiologist who specializes in neuroradiology and nuclear medicine. 217 more words

Health

Brain Stimulation Could Speed Stroke Recovery

For people who’ve had a stroke, a treatment that involves applying an electric current to the brain may help boost recovery of their mobility, a small clinical trial found. 241 more words

Brain

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Many robotic arms make light work

Dr David Lloyd is a Clinical Research Fellow at King’s College London and working as part of the iFIND project. The overall aim of the intelligent Fetal Imaging and Diagnosis project is to combine innovative technologies into a clinical ultrasound system that will lead to a radical change in the way fetal screening is performed. 632 more words

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Recently a friend and I were discussing job interviews and the ridiculous questions asked during such interviews, such as being asked to list your weaknesses.  Just once, I’d love to hear someone answer honestly, like “I’m a dirty motherfucker”, or “I don’t work well with others because I’m mean and I smell funny.” However, the common strategy is to present weaknesses that can be turned into strengths, such as “I’m too dedicated to my work”. 1,002 more words

Chronic Illness