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What Makes Laurel a Happy Healthy Hip Parent by Sondra .. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Tue 18 Nov 2008 9:24am I first connected withLaurel SnyderthroughTwitter, a social networking site that is both addicting and inspiring. It provides marketers and bloggers with great resources and countless contacts. I'm friends with her onFacebookand followkidlit bloggersclosely, which is how I first discovered her. Getting to know someone is easy to do whe ... Read on »
My Favorite Evergreen Shrub: Otto Luyken Laurel by VW Patient Expert Posted Sat 06 Jun 2009 12:04am Above is a picture of my favorite shrub: Prunus laurocerasus 'Otto Luyken.' The photo is from a neighbor's yard - the 6 I have planted are still tiny. In my zone 5 landscape with slightly alkaline soil, there are relatively few choices for broad-leaved evergreen shrubs. Rhododendrons, azaelas, pieris and other acid-loving shrubs look sickl ... Read on »
In Coders We Trust: Laurel Ruma Describes Gov 2.0 As A Platform–Become an “Algo Man” by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Thu 21 Oct 2010 11:54am This is a nice presentation on government and technology and what is being done, they need coders to build as the last administration didn’t take this seriously or did not understand the meaning.  The government needs a militia of coders to work to make the government better.  Software and applications = a group of algorithms The Su ... Read on »
Transplantation Darts and Laurels by Paul L. Healthy Living Professional Posted Tue 21 Oct 2008 12:51am The Columbia Journalism Review has a section called " Darts and Laurels", in which the editors offer short commentary on recent events in journalism, either negative or positive. With full credit and due respect to the CJR, I want to borrow their nomenclature and apply it to two recent items in the field of liver transplantation here in New Engla ... Read on »
2008 Laurel Highlands 70.5 Mile Race by Brian M. Patient Expert Posted Tue 27 Jan 2009 8:24pm Yesterday I took a half day off work and drove over to my friend and fellow ultra runner Joe's house in Austintown. Joe (aka "Moose" throughout this report) was planning on being my crew member throughout the entire Laurel Highlands 70.5 mile race and also my pacer for the last 8 miles or so. Once we had all of our stuff organized for the trip ... Read on »
Triathlete Laurel Wassner featured in Nike LIVESTRONG Campaign by Tom H. Patient Expert Posted Tue 24 Nov 2009 10:00pm This week marks the start of the NIKE Livestrong collection's holiday campaign. The national print and digital campaign will feature professional triathlete and cancer survivor, Laurel Wassner, alongside seven-time Tour de France winner Lance Armstrong, World Champion runner Sanya Richards, major leaguer Jon Lester and other elite athletes who h ... Read on »
Laurel On Health Food | Health Food, Healthy Eating, and Nutrition by onhealthfood Posted Wed 12 Jan 2011 3:00am   Laurel on Health Food is a blog about nutrition, healthy eating, and health food. It summarizes articles in the news, lists healthy recipes, offers tips and personal feedback on healthy eating, and reports on nutritional research. Laurel is a writer, blogger, and certified holistic health counselor/health coach living in New ... Read on »
Fresh Idea on Eating Right / Laurel on Health Food by onhealthfood Posted Fri 14 Jan 2011 2:55am Laurel on Health Food    is a blog about nutrition, healthy eating, and health food. It summarizes articles in the news, lists healthy recipes, offers tips and personal feedback on healthy eating, and reports on nutritional research. Happy Friday everyone! The weather is gorgeous in New York today with clear sunn ... Read on »
Laurel’s Story by Dominique Posted Sat 12 Feb 2011 1:00am Well, Invisible Awareness is now an official organization!  Woo Hoo.  It has taken almost a year to bring it to fruition, but now I have! I’m excited to share our first story – Laurel’s story – on the site.  Laurel, for those who don’t know her, is bed bound and has been so for the past 10 years.  She is unable to stand, shower ... Read on »
Laurel Highlands March 25-26 by NE Ohio Trail Club Patient Expert Posted Sun 27 Mar 2011 2:10pm Spring is coming slowly in the Laurel Highlands. NEO TC members were out training on the Laurel Highlands Hiking Trail, encountering snow once they climbed to mile marker seven on the trail. Temperatures hovered in the high thirties to the low forties, but it was two days without much wind at the elevation. Training runs are posted on the NEO ... Read on »