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Life without the PEG

April 19, 2016. In the days following the removal of Dad’s PEG, a sense of normalcy seemed to descend on my parents’ home. Dad still had dialysis sessions on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, but we no longer had to deal with the PEG tube and the stoma, and Dad could get rid of his undershirts that we had… 1,958 more words

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Announcing the TC Tel Aviv agenda

(Source: techcrunch.com)

TechCrunch is coming to Tel Aviv on June 7th. We hosted two Meetup + Pitch-off events in the past, but this time we’re bringing a full-day conference with us, and today we’re excited to announce the day’s agenda. 414 more words


What is This Saddle?

Somewhere there is a product manager for Wilderness Trail Bikes getting a bonus for having cut out anything resembling comfort in this saddle:

A ride on this saddle is like experiencing one of the levels of hell in Dante’s… 344 more words

Staying competitive with mobile, cloud-based voice technology

Martin, Ganotis, Brown, Mould & Currie P.C. is a law firm located near Syracuse, N.Y. devoted to the defense of medical malpractice actions. The firm has eleven attorneys. 748 more words


Workout of the Week

This week is all about active recovery! Stay tuned for a blog post about this topic later this week.

Who else is feeling a little overwhelmed with the start of this week? 245 more words



We’re often told journalism is about telling detail. Here’s one from the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM) in London that ended on Friday. During the closing press conference of a summit pegged as one that would breathe fresh life, energy and relevance into the grouping, a journalist from Nigeria rose to ask a question particularly close to the hearts of the Commonwealth’s population: would it address free movement within the 2.4 billion people-strong group? 1,276 more words


How do you get around?

Short post guys,

So I thought I would introduce you to my Zebra Stick. I use this but on days like this I feel like I need 2 crutches or a wheelchair because words cannot describe the difficulties I am facing at the moment. 135 more words