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Boehner’s resignation signals disparities in the GOP

By Lauren Grimaldi

Last month, Speaker of the House John Boehner (R-OH) informed Congress that he will be resigning from his position at the end of October. 449 more words


The Break Down: Losing Control

“My General Anxiety Disorder (GAD) was one of the most frightening experiences of my life, but my depression, anxiety and panic attacks became the litmus test as to just how powerful I am.” 792 more words


Sh*t happens

And this is a good thing. It is a normal bodily function that eliminates toxins and wastes in the body. The problem is when this normal bodily function malfunctions and we experience too much or none at all. 361 more words


Would America be better if it were all white ?

Would America be better if it were all white ?

I saw this theme presented in the form of a comment at another blog. I’ve departed from that blog thread as the owner is trying to retire and I’m busy elsewhere anyway but I was moved by it just the same. 358 more words


NPR: Medical Schools Teach Students To Talk With Patients About Care Costs.

September 10, 2015 4:04 PM ET  from SCPR Rebecca Plevin

Time for a pop quiz: When it comes to health care, what’s the difference between cost, charge and payment? 729 more words


Glimpses back in time at the heritage of Barrington Hills

In the years since The Observer began, we’ve been fortunate enough to accumulate some information on the rich history that occurred before and after Barrington Hills was officially incorporated in 1957.  423 more words

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NELSON, MD: Will the Real Price Please Stand up?

By Dr. Robert Nelson, MyDocPPS, Cumming, GA

FALL 2015 – The popular TV game show To Tell the Truth, aired from 1956 to 2001.  It featured celebrity panelists who would quiz three contestants, each claiming to be the same person, in an attempt to determine which one of the claimants was authentic, and who were the imposters.    529 more words