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Chicago Laryngological and Otological Society Presents Speakers

Dr. Dean Toriumi is the professor of otolaryngology – head and neck surgery and director of resident research at the University of Illinois at Chicago. Active within his field, Dr. 154 more words

Dean Toriumi

Serious Issues, pushing harder into the future!

Hi guys,

I hope each and everyone of you is doing great on your journeys and reaching towards those goals. As the middle of January comes and quickly goes I realize how fast time really does fly by, seems like only yesterday I sat in the bathroom with my head in my hands, my heart racing as I prepared to leave home. 253 more words

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Modeling Responses in the Superior Paraolivary Nucleus: Implications for Forward Masking in the Inferior Colliculus

Abstract

              <p>A phenomenological model of the responses of neurons in the superior paraolivary nucleus (SPON) of the rodent is presented in this study. Pure tones at the characteristic frequency (CF) and broadband noise stimuli evoke offset-type responses in these neurons. 183 more words
By Alexandros G. Sfakianakis

Why Obamacare’s ‘20 Million’ Number Is Fake, by Genevieve Wood

The 20 million is overstated, and most of the actual 14 million that received care were shoved into Medicaid. From Genevieve Wood at dailysignal.com:

Liberals are notorious for caring about “groups” of people, but when it gets down to individual persons, not so much. 268 more words

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Repeal and Return, by David Walden

Here’s a radical idea. Repeal Obamacare and replace it with what works best in the provision of almost all goods and services: the free market! From David Walden, a Straight Line Logic reader, via email: 901 more words

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Borders Without Doctors

It was 2:00 am in Kunduz, Afghanistan, and the United States and Afghan forces were continuing their six-day battle against the Taliban. This battle took a drastic turn when the US bombed a Doctors Without Borders hospital. 410 more words

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Reframing Misconceptions

I make a habit of naivety.

Not always on purpose, but often enough that even my super-oblivious brain has recognized the trend. In his more romantic moments, my current partner says that my optimism is the perfect antithesis to his cynicism. 399 more words

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