Keeping Pace With Wanda

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Tuesday, April 15, 2014 - 11:54am

I read an article recently about Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and how six million children have been diagnosed with this condition and one million of those six million have also been classified as having Sluggish Cognitive Tempo or SCT (two million children).They report lethargy, day dreaming, and slow mental processing.


Keeping Pace With Wanda

Sunday, April 13, 2008 - 5:17pm

I do enjoy a good cup of joe first thing in the morning, but that's a bit pricey for me...and when you hear the details of this brand, I'm certain you wouldn't pay a nickle for it.....but folks in Britain are apparently willing to.


Thursday, April 10, 2008 - 2:21pm

Very few of us, when asked if we experience a significant amount of pressure, anxiety, and tension, would deny it. Many of us would in fact welcome therapeutic intervention. But it seems a stretch to consider that animals would need human assistance to relieve their stress.....well, apparently at some Zoos, a menagerie of God's creatures are being offered "paint therapy"..........what?!?


Monday, April 7, 2008 - 11:44am

It was a reasonable question from my husband based on the fact that I was 6 months pregnant with #2 son and every rollercoaster ride we came had an obnoxiously visible sign that warned pregnant women not to ride. My nurse friend and I decided, "hey, that baby is in the best shock-absorber ever made, sure it's OK if I ride." (Confession-I escaped the rollercoaster "police" by wearing a bulky coat to hide the obvious).


Thursday, April 3, 2008 - 7:42pm

The very word "collaboration" suggests cooperation and working jointly to accomplish something, it also eludes to working as a team. So.....theoretically, it should work, right? I believe this to be true with some provisios. The healthcare "team" (executives, staff, physicians) need to embrace the importance of quality and cost efficiency initiatives, support positive outcomes as a result of encouraging core measures compliance and evidenced-based practice, and listening to one another about suggestions to improve.


Monday, March 31, 2008 - 12:02pm

Well, if weather forecasters can kind of get it right (especially with all this new doppler radar stuff...), then maybe healthcare forecasters can kind of predict the future.(?) Some of the healthcare gurus are even willing to predict five years out...now that's bold! Here's insight from a survey of over 100 healthcare executives and industry advisers (source: HealthLeaders  March 2008 edition):