NOVEMBER 21, 2012
As the semester rolls on and tests pile up many students begin changing their daily routine to one that is more study friendly and, unfortunately, usually more deskbound. What most students do not realize is that while your dog lies next to you on the couch day after day, it is being robbed of physical activity that is vital to their health.
BY STEELE CODDINGTON | NOVEMBER 21, 2012
After a highly informative healthcare article last week, exposing at great personal risk explicit details of my gall bladder operation, several gastroenterologists have asked me to lecture on how important the patient’s own efforts are to the success of recuperation.
BY DR. DAVE HEPBURN | NOVEMBER 21, 2012
Turning of the leaves, nip in the air, dew on car windows, snuggling up to a warm natural gas fire, tomcat curled up by the overflowing litter box, Sunday paper opened to the cryptic crossword, not understanding it again, turn pages to see if Hepburn & Sealey have had a good tweet recently, sigh, do I read their nonsense?, no, not now, maybe never. Back again, bored to tears, pour drink, salt the rim, Beverly calls to say how reading their tweets makes her finally feel superior to doctors, educated... yes, yet...buffoons, such buffoons.