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A Day of Extremes

It was another amazing day…

Records were made, others broken, along with what I’m sure were more than a few hearts and dreams.  Once again, the amazing people of the city of Boston opened up their homes and their hearts, and welcomed the world to one of it’s most prestigious races.   448 more words


This Doctor Posts His Prices Online. Health Care Should Move in Same Direction.

By John Grimsley, The Daily Signal

February 23, 2015 – There’s a cost-cutting revolution going on in American health care.

Anesthesiologist and co-founder of the Surgery Center of Oklahoma, a physician-owned ambulatory surgery center, Dr. 489 more words


20 April 2015

Today I took a picture of some legs.



How do so many celebrities stay super skinny? Undoubtedly, many of them do it the old fashioned way, by sticking to strict diets and exercise programs. 326 more words


C-section Awareness Month

 Sexual Violence Awareness is not the only cause near and dear to my heart this month, Cesarean Awareness is also something I’d like to share with others. 816 more words


Spinal Tumor

This is a spine tumor. On the day we did this surgery I operated in the neck, in the thoracic spine (chest) and in the lumbosacral spine. 228 more words


Government accused of not supporting ailing reservist

A 24-year-old reservist says the Canadian military is refusing to accept responsibility for misdiagnosing her brain tumour and she won’t get the support she was promised by Defence Minister Jason Kenney, … 527 more words

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