Welcome to Grand Rounds – the health care blogosphere’s ultimate blog carnival.This week’s version is something special. I asked for posts only about health care reform, and I am overwhelmed by the response. Below are the leading voices of the health care blogosphere.It is the Mother of All Health Care Reform Blog Round-Ups.So, evacuate the dance floor- you’re about to be infected by the sound of health care reform blogging.
Howdy everyone! Welcome to Change of Shift, here for the very first time! And we’ve got a mini-party here today, just as promised.So, domo arigato! How would you feel with a New Robotic “Coworker“? He speaks to you, moves around you, and even prefers to ride the elevator alone! He’s sitting at the Man-Nurse Diaries and he’s waiting to help you lift a saline bag or fifty.
Small Business Tax Credits
Offers tax credits to small businesses beginning in 2010 to make employee coverage more affordable. Tax credits of up to 35 percent of premiums will be immediately available to firms that choose to offer coverage. ….No Pre-existing Coverage Exclusions for Children
Prohibits health insurers from excluding coverage of pre-existing conditions for children. Effective six months after enactment, applies to all employer plans and new plans in the individual market. (This provision will apply to all people in 2014)……….
In Georgia, a young man killed himself because he could no longer endure his bullies. And in Mass., bullies left a 13-year-old paralyzed.These cases and others like them have focused attention on bully behavior: Why do they do it, and do they change?
You likely heard that Massachusetts is finally considering an anti-bullying law. It’s about time!My kids have both been bullied over the years…have yours? It is one of the most challenging situations to handle in all of parenting and the dramatic increase in technology among today’s kids and teens and made bullying via technology a contributing factor. 25% of kids being bullied is too many already. 42% of kids being cyber-bullied is unthinkable…but is the estimated number being victimized via technology…….
Show 19: Bullies In Your Back Yard 3: An Ounce of Prevention by Becoming Great Digital Citizens (April 9, 2010; 11 AM)
an Arkansas native who was in the first class of architecture students at the university, taught at the architecture school for 35 years and served as its first dean. In 2000, the American Institute of Architects named Jones one of the 10 most influential architects of the 20th century and recognized his Thorncrown Chapel as the fourth most significant structure of the 20th century.
Nestled in a woodland setting, Thorncrown Chapel rises forty-eight feet into the Ozark sky. This magnificent wooden structure contains 425 windows and over 6,000 square feet of glass. It sits atop over 100 tons of native stone and colored flagstone. The chapel's simple design and majestic beauty combine to make it what critics have called "one of the finest religious spaces of modern times."
Unlike the ALQS3, Round 4 will allow all quilt types - traditional, modern, contemporary, art and any other designation you can think of.All quilts should be roughly between 16"x16" and 24"x24". They do not have to be square, but the total area should be approximately the same.
4/22: DG & Tiffany Hollums and their adoption journey