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Monday October 23, 2017
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October 2005 - Volume 2 - Issue 4

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As I write this, New Orleans, Mississippi, and Alabama are still reeling from Hurricane Katrina and Texas is bracing itself for an unwelcome visit by Hurricane Rita.
It is indeed ironic – on that month which I planned to focus on biotechnology, I turn instead to reflect on the devastation of Hurricane Katrina. Technology is a remarkable tribute to human accomplishment – the application of human knowledge to direct...
Picture a quilt in the gifted hands of the women who created it, each one stitching her heart and her hopes, etching her losses as well as her dreams into her piece, silently sharing her story, opening her heart to give and to receive. Picture these women...
The spot where the pain is. Arthritis. Back or neck. Hands or chronic pain that just won’t go away. The staff at RehabXperience, located in Sunrise, FL addresses that pain – comprehensively, caringly, and compassionately. They are committed to providing...
Everyone needs a helping hand at one point or another. Thanks to The Village, many South Floridians are receiving the extra help they need to battle substance abuse. In 1973, Matthew Gissen, a respected behavioral health professional, noticed the need...
September is National Alcohol and Drug Addiction Recovery Month, designated by the U.S. Department of Health’s Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA).
Care management as an integrated component of services to older adults is booming and becoming a more typical component of the team of professionals who help families through the health care maze. Care management has evolved from a social model of care...
There is more to hospice than clinical care. In fact, 30 percent of Ann Adams-Hove’s work begins after the patient has died. Adams-Hove, who has been a social worker with VITAS Innovative Hospice Care® of Broward for seven years, finds she’s not always...
Is the cardiac technology you are considering ready for prime time? New imaging technology in the cardiovascular arena has attracted the interest of healthcare leaders. While market demand and economics continue to drive advances in diagnostic imaging in...
The horror and chaos that was and is hurricane Katrina has shaken our nation to its core. The response of our people has uplifted our hearts and warmed our souls. The desire of other nations and peoples to help has renewed our faith in a troubled world.
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