Cresa Continues to Expand with BGL Joining Denver Practice
Denver-based facilities consulting firm BGL has merged with the Denver operations of Cresa Global Inc., a commercial real estate firm specializing in tenant representation.
15 Smart Solutions for That Awkward Space Above Your Cabinets
Good news: There are some stylish ways to tackle this forgotten spot.
What to do about an inguinal hernia
An inguinal hernia refers to a weakness in the muscle or tissue wall within the groin area (lower abdomen and upper thigh). Since the hernia is an actual hole, soft tissue from inside the abdominal cavity will protrude to the outside, resulting in a bulge. Symptoms of an inguinal hernia are often mild, and include a sharp pain or dull pressure and a sensation that something is sliding or popping in and out of the body. The soft tissue that protrudes through the hernia is usually the small or large intestine. If the intestine protruding through becomes trapped (incarcerated), it may result in increased pain. If blood is not able to get to the trapped portion of intestine, gangrene may develop, requiring emergency surgery. Patients with an incarcerated inguinal hernia will find the…
What Trump's Wall Along the Mexican Border Means for the U.S. Housing Market
President Trump's wall along the U.S.-Mexican border will also have a profound impact on real estate in these border communities in some unexpected ways.
What does a female surgeon look like?
I was perusing Facebook recently and noticed a friend had tagged me in a post about the now infamous cover of The New Yorker magazine in which four female surgeons are pictured looking down over a patient. By then, the hashtag #ILookLikeASurgeon had gone viral, and I could see why it was so revolutionary. In medical school, when I conducted my general surgery training, female surgeons were few and far between. And in cardiothoracic surgery, the number of female surgeons was zero. Like most surgeons, I am proud to be a surgeon. This is an elite club of men and women who went through the “boot camp” of residency, who sacrificed so many aspects of their lives to help people. During medical school, I was actually excited to get to the hospital at…