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It’s Time for Turkey and Tryptophan

Every year after the traditional Norwegian-Lutheran Thanksgiving feast with all the fixings available in the Midwest (and some imported), my father, uncle and grandfathers retired to the nearest available semi-horizontal

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Genetic Genealogy

At home genetic test kits have become quite popular in recent years. Companies like 23 and Me and Ancestry.com allow people to learn about their ethnic heritage and genetic make-up.

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Remote Nurse Leadership

World events and an ever-evolving technology have forever changed modern healthcare in delivery, education, location and management. The coronavirus pandemic redirected the attention of nurse leaders worldwide. Fear, uncertainty, confusing

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Hope over Fear

Breast Cancer Awareness Month October 2020 October is always Breast Cancer Awareness Month, but for a survivor, patient or family member, awareness is every day. With awareness, there is hope,

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Zoom-Zoom-Zoom

Wave Good-Bye to all Attendance Excuses/No More Snow Days! Zoom is many things to many people but one thing it is not is what veterinarians call “Zoomies”, that explosion of

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SURVIVING SCARY SITUATIONS

In the last 100 years, Americans have survived, overcome and ultimately prevailed over any number of societal, natural or health relate disasters, literally in every decade: • Spanish Flu of

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“We’ve Only Just Begun”

Long Term Health Effects of COVID-19 The world is most definitely not in the middle of The Carpenter’s famous love ballad, but the title touches on a valid concern. Is

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Post Pandemic Reality in Telemedicine

Hurricane Katrina was responsible for the most recent increase in interest in Telehealth, but it took the COVID-19 global pandemic to demonstrate the potential for long term change by reimagining

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The Trail to Today’s Telemedicine

The novel coronavirus pushed the world off a figurative cliff earlier this year.  Providentially one of the unintended benefits has been the rise of telemedicine (AKA Telehealth). Healthcare direct from

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Pandemic & Personal Care

Time to Embrace Your Natural? COVID-19, Quarantine, Safer At Home, Stay At Home, Social Distancing in addition to being new words in our daily vocabulary, have also had the unintended

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It’s Time for Turkey and Tryptophan

Every year after the traditional Norwegian-Lutheran Thanksgiving feast with all the fixings available in the Midwest (and some imported), my father, uncle and grandfathers retired to the nearest available semi-horizontal

Read More

Genetic Genealogy

At home genetic test kits have become quite popular in recent years. Companies like 23 and Me and Ancestry.com allow people to learn about their ethnic heritage and genetic make-up.

Read More

Remote Nurse Leadership

World events and an ever-evolving technology have forever changed modern healthcare in delivery, education, location and management. The coronavirus pandemic redirected the attention of nurse leaders worldwide. Fear, uncertainty, confusing

Read More

Hope over Fear

Breast Cancer Awareness Month October 2020 October is always Breast Cancer Awareness Month, but for a survivor, patient or family member, awareness is every day. With awareness, there is hope,

Read More

Zoom-Zoom-Zoom

Wave Good-Bye to all Attendance Excuses/No More Snow Days! Zoom is many things to many people but one thing it is not is what veterinarians call “Zoomies”, that explosion of

Read More

SURVIVING SCARY SITUATIONS

In the last 100 years, Americans have survived, overcome and ultimately prevailed over any number of societal, natural or health relate disasters, literally in every decade: • Spanish Flu of

Read More

“We’ve Only Just Begun”

Long Term Health Effects of COVID-19 The world is most definitely not in the middle of The Carpenter’s famous love ballad, but the title touches on a valid concern. Is

Read More

Post Pandemic Reality in Telemedicine

Hurricane Katrina was responsible for the most recent increase in interest in Telehealth, but it took the COVID-19 global pandemic to demonstrate the potential for long term change by reimagining

Read More

The Trail to Today’s Telemedicine

The novel coronavirus pushed the world off a figurative cliff earlier this year.  Providentially one of the unintended benefits has been the rise of telemedicine (AKA Telehealth). Healthcare direct from

Read More

Pandemic & Personal Care

Time to Embrace Your Natural? COVID-19, Quarantine, Safer At Home, Stay At Home, Social Distancing in addition to being new words in our daily vocabulary, have also had the unintended

Read More