If you can get past the Walgreens commercial, this video of Dr. Loon and Nurse Nice is worth your time…Big Apple Circus…
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A marriage of science, art and remarkable skill…
Dr. Larry Over, DMD, MSD, a maxillofacial prosthodontist in Eugene, OR, rebuilds a mother’s face.
See the American Medical Association’s site at amednews.com for the amazing reconstruction…read on…
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Do you have patients or family members who struggle daily with Attention Deficit [Hyperactive] Disorder (ADD/ADHD)?
You know the symptoms – difficulty concentrating, constant fidgeting, poor memory, disorganized, sensitive or even argumentative.
“Although ADD carries some basic handicaps, you can’t place all ADD adults in the same box. Here are a few suggestions, keeping in mind both the strengths, as well as the weaknesses of ADD,” says Venice Kichura in hear article entitled, “Good Jobs for Adults with Attention Deficit Disorder“:
- Jobs that require a lot of moving
- Jobs related to sales
- Jobs requiring creativity
- Jobs requiring a curious mind
- and more
Comments Off on Weird Biochemistry in EmbibbingMarch 9, 2010 / Amazing Foods, Foolishly Weird Treatments, More Fun than Weird, More Yummy than Weird, Resurrected Remedies
Do feel like your metabolism is slowing down?
Are you worried about getting fat?
Dismay no longer ladies…sorry guys…but now moderate drinking has been proven not only to help keep your heart healthy but keep your weight level over the years…and what a great way to cope with the Great Recession!
“Researchers at Brigham and Womens Hospital in Boston asked more than 19,000, normal-weight U.S. women aged 39 or older how many alcoholic beverages they typically drank in a day, and then tracked the women for around 13 years,” according to editors at Canada.com. They found that those women who abstained from drinking wine, beer or alcohol were most likely to gain weight, and those who drank two drinks per day were most likely to maintain their weight from 13 years prior.
But the best drink to keep the pounds / kilos off?…of course, was red wine.
Now gals can Go Red in just another way – You go girls!
Comments Off on Weird Wrapping Promotes ModestyFebruary 11, 2010 / Critical Design Improvements
Tired of that drafty ol’ back door?
You’ll soon bee in luck!…perhaps the next time you visit your doctor’s office.
British patients scheduled for their next physical or ob/gyn examination may soon be treated with dignity. US-born top fashion designer, Ben de Lisi has said “enough!” to the traditional tie-in-the-back gown. He has designed a wraparound gown that is being tested in the city of Bristol, England. As of Tuesday, local hospital officials’ report that patient feedback has been positive.
The new gowns may not be quite what Kate Winslet or Demi Moore would wear floating down the red carpet at the Oscars. However, these utilitarian wraparounds will be unveiled next month, and the British government hopes to have them in hospitals next year.
And since most of us don’t have cute enough bumms, this design has arrived none too soon!
Comments Off on More Interesting than Weird…”The Emotional Life”January 6, 2010 / Biological Wonders
Ready for a 6 hour journey of the emotions?
Funded by Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen, a three episode PBS series is exploring research into human emotion. Want to know the secret to happiness? This third episode in the series promises to offer insight provided by cutting edge science on happiness. It will most assuredly provide less weird but more interesting answers…
TONIGHT’S EPISODE? –>