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learning disabilities: writing by adhdmomma Patient Expert Posted Mon 22 Feb 2010 6:11am It is so hard for me to understand having a difficulty writing. I am a writer after all (self-proclaimed maybe, but I'm working on industry acceptance). Just put pen to paper, fingertips to keyboard, and go with whatever comes out. You can always edit your thoughts later and polish for something cohesive. That's how I do it anyway. But I am ... Read on »
Technical DIfficulties by Bee Goes Bananas Posted Thu 18 Aug 2011 8:34am Due to some technical difficulties, I am now writing this post at the speed of light before I rush off to work. I hope you're having a nice and relaxing morning!  Read on »
Stuck Between a Huge Boulder and a Mountain!!! by Clueless C. Health Maven Posted Mon 29 Sep 2008 11:55pm Even though it is difficult enough to write about my sexual abuse and anger with the men in my life. It is a whole other level when it comes to my mother. My mother was emotionally and physically abusive until I moved out of the house when I was 21. However, the emotional abuse continued. Also, admitting her complicity in my the other abuse ... Read on »
Breaking News by Clueless C. Health Maven Posted Wed 07 Sep 2011 12:00am I'm still having difficulty writing and following other blogs sorry.  In the meantime, I thought that you could use a funny!! Source: tumblr.com via Finnley on Pinterest Read on »
Guamology Interview for World Peace, a Blind Wife, and Gecko Tails by David K. Patient Expert Posted Sat 06 Aug 2011 6:57pm I was interviewed about my book back in 2009 by Kel Muna, a film-maker, and host of the Guamology.com website. Since then, Guamaology has gone off-line, as Kel has become busy planning the Guam International Film Festival. I enjoyed the interview, and thought I'd post it here since Guamology is no longer around. World Peace, A Blind Wi ... Read on »
Guamology Interview for World Peace, a Blind Wife, and Gecko Tails by David K. Patient Expert Posted Sat 06 Aug 2011 6:57pm I was interviewed about my book back in 2009 by Kel Muna, a film-maker, and host of the Guamology.com website. Since then, Guamaology has gone off-line, as Kel has become busy planning the Guam International Film Festival. I enjoyed the interview, and thought I'd post it here since Guamology is no longer around. Worl ... Read on »
ALCOA – A standard for evidence by T. J K. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Thu 02 Oct 2008 2:02pm In my current role (Clinical Quality Assurance), I support groups that are involved in validating electronic systems for use within clinical trials. That is, they are conducting testing of these computer systems and generating evidence of that testing, its results, problems encountered, and the resolution of those problems. I used the word ... Read on »
Lifting the Weight of Parkinson's by Kate K. Patient Expert Posted Thu 11 Sep 2008 3:51pm Lifting the Weight of Parkinson's By Neil Sligar Copyright © 2007 I'm a sixty one year old Australian man who has exercised vigorously for nearly eight years despite Parkinson’s disease. I have no formal medical or paramedical qualifications so other than for some safety tips, my remarks are descriptive rather than advisory. My ... Read on »
Prompt treatment of Carpal Tunnel is the best. by Carol Grant Posted Wed 25 Nov 2009 10:03pm Many people suffer from CTS (Carpal Tunnel Syndrome) and unfortunately, avoid prompt treatment and often ignore the initial symptoms of numbness or tingling in the hand(s). These early symptoms are typically not too alarming and hence, they often do not raise the level of concern until more intense symptoms occur; such as waking up from sleep ... Read on »
Aphasias Speech And Language Problems Targeted For Speech Therapy by Dorothy E Ross PhD CCC-SLP Aphasia NYC Posted Sat 26 Dec 2009 12:00am Posted Saturday, December 26th, 2009 Aphasia can bring about a lot of speech and language problems that are to be treated for speech therapy. The kind of speech and language problems brought by Aphasia would highly depend on the kind of Aphasia that you may have. Brocas Aphasia Broca’s Aphasia is also known as motor aphasia. You can obtain ... Read on »