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A Broken Finger by Dr. Lawrence Kindo Posted Sat 29 Jan 2011 12:05am A man goes to the doctor and says to the doctor “It hurts when I press here” (pressing his side) “And when I press here” (pressing the other side) “And here” (his leg) “And here, here and here” (his other leg, and both arms) So the doctor examined him all over and finally discovered what was wrong… “You’ve got a ... Read on »
Autism Is Different Not Less like Equating a Broken Finger with Being a Quadriplegic by Kim S. Patient Expert Posted Wed 01 May 2013 12:00am Managing Editor's Note: James Terminiello has nailed the white washing that is Autism "Acceptance and Awareness" month in his editorial in New . What began as Leo Kanner's diagnosis of a whole body, thoroughly debilitating diagnosis has been broadened to include the quirky guy who doesn't talk much at parties - and this h ... Read on »
SORE FINGERS by trust358 Posted Tue 24 Jan 2012 4:13pm so, parker broke his finger on the weekend. i tried to suppress the urge to cheer. yippee! nice mom i am. i'm not happy he broke his finger but really, a broken finger is a sign that he is able to do some normal kid stuff and THAT we are happy about that. there is no big dramatic back story to go with how the finger was b ... Read on »
A Fall Soup Recipe & Busted Finger by Push.Pump.Progress Posted Sun 07 Oct 2012 12:01pm I am going to start this post by making a huge confession, I confess to all of amazing blog followers and fellow fitness fanatics that I have been a huge slacker this week, yes I am sorry to say I have not worked out since MONDAY! Yes, Monday....Things went downhill Monday night when I fractured my finger playing volleyball, I have had my finger ... Read on »
My mother's voice is in my head - "You know - you aren't 20 anymore." by Dr. Lynn Dorman Doctor of PhilosophyHealth Maven Posted Tue 21 Oct 2008 11:24am I am heavily invested in politics and this is election season. So last week I had meetings and campaigning to do - and I did it..all week - day and night for 7 days! The upshot was that Monday my body said "No way we are getting out of bed for the cycling class." I tried fighting back but my body won and so we slept in for a while longer. ... Read on »
Why Waking Up at 3:30 AM is Good by jenn Patient Expert Posted Mon 25 Jan 2010 8:43am This past month has been real madness. With a broken finger, I managed to bake 18 cupcakes and make homemade frosting. The next day I had surgery and hours after that I served those cupcakes to Logan's friends in school. Then a few days later I threw an ice skating birthday party for him while still grogg ... Read on »
Advocating for Yourself to Your Own Family by jenn Patient Expert Posted Wed 13 Jan 2010 5:51am Since I broke my finger on Christmas Eve, things have been a little tough. However, things really changed when I went to the hand specialist's office last week and he told me that I had to have surgery right away because my nail bed had become damaged on top of already having a broken finger. If I didn't have the ... Read on »
20 (more) random facts about me by thegrassskirt Health Maven Posted Fri 28 Jun 2013 10:08pm Home LIonel Richie 20 (more) random facts about me 15 comments Jun 27/13 LIonel Richie, Misc I was in the mood to do a very light-hearted post today (not that any of posts are ever heavy or too serious), so I figured it would ... Read on »
Ding Ding. School's in Session. Be Careful With My Kid by Kelly Y. Patient Expert Posted Mon 19 Jul 2010 6:12am David has been in his ESY session at his new school since July 1. We were all excited. A new school. David is officially a kindergarten guy. We got the issue of no car seat and no aide on his school van squared away. It was all good. On July 9th, one week into school and my wedding anniversary. I noticed, in passing that David's finger was di ... Read on »
Bariatric Surgery Seems to Result In Greater Bone Fractures by Linda Posted Thu 11 Jun 2009 12:00am A new study done at the Mayo clinic shows that bariatric surgery to induce weight loss puts a person at greater risk for broken bones. People who had bariatric procedures either stapling of the stomach (gastric bypass) or banding of the stomach (gastric band surgery) at the Mayo Clinic were followed for twenty years. Results showed that they h ... Read on »