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Monthly Archives: July 2010
Diffuse Axonal Injury is among the most common types of brain injury. The axon (part of the neuron or nerve cell) , which expands during rapid acceleration/deceleration, develops kinks. The neuron may undergo repair- or totally disappear – at the location of the kink. Continue reading
Telemedicine is no longer something for the future. For CHF (congestive heart failure), it seems we can reduce some 40% of hospital readmissions by incorporating this into our protocol. We can look for similar results with other maladies. Continue reading
Traumatic Brain Injury affects 1.7 million people a year- mostly kids and troops. There is hope that a new test can diagnose these quickly- and accurately- to preclude tremendous damage. Continue reading
Stem cell research is addressing the treatment of Parkinson’s Disease. The new research is not using fetal cells; rather, it is manipulating the most common stem cells in our body to replace those cells in the putamen area of the brain due to the disease. Continue reading
You don’t want your local government to make decisions in secret. You don’t want your local government to violate its plan without letting you know why it changed the rules. Why would you have anything different for your enterprise? Continue reading
Local communities set up zoning and planning commissions. The authorities and the citizens approve the plan. Along comes a big company or a wealthy citizen – and the plan is tossed (ok, just this ONE exception). What should you do? Continue reading
We can’t succeed alone. No matter our capabilities, we need people who are stronger where we are not, who can be more objective, and can introduce us to others so our goals are achieved and our vision becomes a reality. Continue reading
We complain that technology is running (ruining?) our lives. We have lost our ability to routinely “reach out and touch someone”- a tweet or an eMail won’t do. Drop a personal note, call the person, or just meet to say hi. Make your presence known- and let the other person know they count to you, too. Continue reading
It’s amazing how different headlines are than the actual data or, even, the actual article. An example of a timely (but very misleading) article is culled from the media and analyzed. Continue reading
We need to study the statistics quoted in political debates. They may be bandied about- often because John invented the “fact”, Susie used it, and JQNews published what Susie said. Now, it’s a real number, isn’t it? Check out the book referenced here to learn more about this (not-so-new) phenomenon. Continue reading