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Wait, Expectations, Satisfaction and Intention to Treat by Dr. Ian Furst Doctor of Dentistry Posted Fri 03 Oct 2008 12:51pm Is it possible to keep someone waiting in health care so long that they will change their treatment because of bad service? This question goes to the heart of customer satisfaction in health care and it is not an easy answer. The caveat is that every specialty will be slightly different so the validations I provide may not extend to differen ... Read on »
Treat Treats Like Treats by Carrots 'N' Cake Patient Expert Posted Mon 12 Dec 2011 9:15am Good morning! Happy Monday! I bought a bag of cranberries at the grocery store yesterday. In years past, I added them to my oatmeal, so I wanted to switch things up with my breakfast and planned to throw some in my oats this morning. While I was waiting for my oatmeal to cook, I checked out the nutrition facts on the back o ... Read on »
San Bruno Fire–Kaiser Medical Center Treats 15 People Others Treated at St. Francis memorial–4 Deaths– Hospita by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Fri 10 Sep 2010 8:45am Last evening I was watching the news coverage of the dire situation and what made it more difficult for fire fighters was the fact that the blast took out the water main too, so fire companies were trucking in water.  The second video below is an amateur home video from up on a hill that shows how huge the fire was at the onset. In listen ... Read on »
You treat yourself as you were treated by Dating Goddess Patient Expert Posted Sun 28 Sep 2008 11:28am After my latest breakup, I decided to get to the bottom of why I would stay in a relationship that wasn’t meeting my needs and put up with behaviors I wouldn’t accept from a friend, let alone a beau. I’ve engaged the help of a psychologist friend, Ben, to help me root out the cause and heal whatever allowed me to stay in a relationship that a par ... Read on »
Don't expect the same medical facility that treats your loved one to also treat you by jodigirl Patient ExpertFacebook Posted Thu 19 Feb 2009 6:27pm I have learned while caring for an ill parent that it is very important to savor the good days. Sometimes, the good days are tucked inside what other people might consider a bad day. Today did not start out as a very good day. Dad still has the pins in his foot and no medical professional has evaluated dad's infection or even examined his fo ... Read on »
Treated, not Treated by Kandace Patient Expert Posted Wed 01 Apr 2009 2:52pm You guys I've caught the gardening bug. I think it may be the fact that I have been doped up on Benadryl for days and the hangover is causing me to be delusional about weeding and all the actual work involved in gardening. But, whatever. I'm totally doing it. Where doing it is defined as enrolling my husband to do most ... Read on »
Have a Coco-Zen Halloween: Get Your Reverse Trick-Or-Treat Kit! Parents rave about how Reverse Trick-or-Treating transforms Hall by Jennifer Lance Patient Expert Posted Wed 18 Nov 2009 10:05pm Halloween is almost here! Have you been thinking of ways to make it more green? One of the biggest drawbacks to this spooky holiday is all the candy that gets passed out. Approximately, 10 pounds of it! That’s a lot of candy for one child. If you’re lucky your children might come home with an all natural version of sweets without the high f ... Read on »
Church Christmas Musical, Bring Treats…and Backup Treats by Amy Leger Posted Mon 14 Dec 2009 4:00am It is time. Time for our children's Christmas/Holiday musicals and the socials (which involve treats) afterwards. Whether you're Christian or Jewish or another religion that will be gathering at this time of year, you'll find by planning ahead, these food moments can be managed and you may be able to spread awareness at the same time! Read on »
Treats come in threes! A vet's view of the reasons we 'treat' our pets by Dr. Patty Khuly Doctor of Veterinary Medicine Posted Tue 22 Mar 2011 7:00am As far as I'm concerned, treats for pets come in threes — three categories, that is. Systemized by function, any extra-curricular snacking falls into one of three camps: (1) to fulfill chewing needs (for dental health and as a basic biological behavior in the case of dogs); (2) to facilitate training and/or exercise; and (3) to make the humans in ... Read on »
Despots should be treated like they treat their people by EyeDrD Posted Thu 08 Sep 2011 9:55am These have been heady but dangerous days and months for some of the world’s captive peoples. But also and rightly so it is a time of mortal, perhaps terminal, peril for the tyrants who have abused, impoverished and in some cases murdered them. It has been estim ... Read on »