Everyone should cook with MSG, says food scientist
"I like to encourage my kids to eat a little healthier, so I'll sprinkle a little 'supersalt' in there. That stuff is really powerful."
How to Find Free Rides for Seniors Who Live at Home
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How to Disrupt the Health Care Industry
(Take a Lesson from Home Care)
How to Prep Your Lawn for Winter
The end of summer signals the best time to lay the groundwork for a lush field of grass come spring
5 Tips for Traveling Nursing
Greetings my Fellow NURSEpiration Nurses and New Grads. Everybody asks what to expect as a traveling nurse on a new unit or floor, so here are my personal 5 ...
How to Use The AffloVest
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Emergency Preparedness Tips for Home Care Providers
Having a formalized emergency preparedness plan is as crucial as a disaster recovery plan. Having worked in the healthcare space for the last 20 years and providing virtual operations integration coaching for my clients, I know all too well the struggles that home care providers face during severe weather conditions with staffing client cases and
How the iPhone 6 Might Look With a Larger Screen
Apple might be rolling out a larger iPhone later this year, and here's what it could look like with a 6-inch screen.
How Health Care Failed Jack Beattie
St. Luke’s Health System’s Journey to Transform Health Care By Kathryn Beattie, MD, News and Community April 11, 2017 It fails a lot of people like Jack. And the consequences are unthinkable St. Luke’s Dr. Kathryn Beattie experienced this firsthand, and she feels passionately that it should not happen to anyone else. Her story, really the story of Jack, is captivating, heart-wrenching and profoundly sad Dr. Beattie also has hope, however – hope that medical science will make advances in identifying people like Jack earlier, perhaps before their disease becomes manifest, and breakthroughs in treatment. She’ll follow this week’s writing with additional reporting next week around the significant hurdles families face when it comes to mental…