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Mayor Michael Nutter: Thumbs Up? Thumbs Down? All Thumbs? by Liz S. Patient Expert Posted Wed 07 Jan 2009 4:30pm I’m working on a story right now about Philadelphia’s mayor and the fact that everyone thinks he’s Satan incarnate. I’m wondering if any of my local readers would be interested in commenting on how they think Nutter is doing — NOT INCLUDING THE SUBJECT OF THE LIBRARIES. (I know it’s hard, folks, but let’s broaden [...] Read on »
"TEXTING THUMBS" Soon to be Known as TWITTERING THUMBS! by Dr. David Trybus Doctor of ChiropractyHealth MavenComplimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Sat 26 Jul 2008 10:18am This is a SERIOUS PROBLEM, well, okay maybe not serious but if are suffering from it you know itspainful. There is HOPE to save the digits that allow you do things that other species on the earth cannot. Texting thumbs is a problem that is beginning to show up in adults more prevalently.  Since the onslaught of video games, kids have complaine ... Read on »
Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down by SarahMK Posted Mon 11 Oct 2010 8:46pm Today is day two. So far, the only thing I have not been pleased with about all of this is is this: Thumbs down. Cherry Pie Lara bars are just not my thing. Everything else, I like. It seems like being conscious of not eating meat and why I'm not eating meat has made me more conscious in other areas, as well. During the last two ... Read on »
Bisphenol-a Safe: FDA Gives BPA Thumbs Up or No Thumbs Down by Dr. Polly Doctor of Philosophy Posted Tue 23 Dec 2008 9:15pm Got to say I'm somewhat surprised the FDA didn't red-lightBPA on Tuesday. I expected a more cautious approach given the National Toxicology gave it the thumbs down. And the study out of Britain showing a link between adult levels of BPA (in blood and urine) and heart disease and diabetes. Not that I think it's the worse thing since DDT. Do I think ... Read on »
Thumbs Up/Thumbs Down by Angie All The Way Patient Expert Posted Wed 29 Jul 2009 11:27pm Thumbs Up: Farmer’s Market fresh whole wheat roll, fresh FM greens, Fox Hill jalapeno gouda cheese, schmear of Hellman’s EVOO mayo, leftover roasted chicken breast.  Seriously awesome: Best Bowl o’ Oats in a long time on the patio taking advantage of what little sunshine and/or non-rainy weather we can get: 1/3c rolled oats ... Read on »
100 Words Saturday- Thumbs up, Thumbs Down by missbax Posted Sat 28 Aug 2010 12:00am Another Friday night in.  Big thumbs up!  I was tired and had a cake to finish! First, off to Whole Foods for eats.  Usually, we seek out Whole Foods in other areas.  Why?  Because the WF by our apartments is lame. The expression says it all.  Poor selection. Poor service.  Wilted lettuce.  Veggies looked like they sat out all day ... Read on »
New Brunswick Autism Services: Pre-School 2 Thumbs Up, School 1 Up & 1 Down, Adult Care 2 Thumbs Down by Harold L D. Patient Expert Posted Mon 17 Jan 2011 7:39am We had a good turnout Saturday at the Wu Centre for a meeting to re-organize the Autism Society New Brunswick which has been dormant for 2 years after making huge gains in advocating for provision of pre-school and school autism services. The recent New Brunswick provincial election focused almost exclusively on financial and deficit issues ... Read on »
Thumbs Up and Thumbs Down by Wendi Patient Expert Posted Fri 20 Sep 2013 4:27pm I’ve noticed a distressing new trend in banner ads lately.  The first place to display this was the Accuweather app on my tablet.  At the very top, a text banner ad was displayed … and a very, VERY realistic-looking spider was moving across the text at a healthy pace.  I get it – I know the movement is supposed to catch my eye and make me pay a ... Read on »
River Dams: Thumbs Up or Thumbs Down? by Lindsey G. Posted Fri 31 May 2013 9:14am THUMBS UP There are 84,000 dams in the U.S. that provide flood control, drinking water, agricultural irrigation, hydropower, and recreation. Dams are engineered structures—like roads, bridges, and railroads—that make our high quality of life possible. Most dams that exist in the U.S. were constructed between 1950 and 1990. As with much U.S. ... Read on »
Thumbs up running and weather. Thumbs down strength training and bears. by Christy G. Facebook Posted Sun 22 Jun 2014 6:48pm Sunday  8.5 mile run               2 hour hike with Cola and the kids Monday 10 mile run                yoga 30 minutes Tuesday Yoga 40 minutes before work Wednesday 21 minutes rowing after work Thursday 6 mile run, another stunning sunrise during my run Friday day Saturday  6 mile tempo run early               ... Read on »