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No Kidding, All Gizmos and No Play Makes Jack A Super-Dull Boy!

Chicago: This piece of news challenges parenting stereotypes; Today’s parents boast about the numerous classes kids attend and the number of computer games// they play, and the many talents they possess. Competitive parents in their quest for being ‘super-parents’ and overriding ambition to churn ...

NY Times Best-Selling Author Brenda Novak Gives Annual Mother's Day Gift of Hope to Diabetic Son and Others

... month-long online event featuring lunches, dinners and one-on-one meetings with celebrity authors, world-class getaway vacations and state-of-the-art gizmos and gadgets. This year, the Diabetes Research Institute is the sole beneficiary of the event. This Herculean effort has grown from a one-person ...

Meridian Makes CES Good For Your Health

... Solutions to tomorrow's (and even today's) health problems may be found among the latest gizmos and gadgets at the 2009 Consumer Electronics Show LAS VEGAS, Jan. 9 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- We have become accustomed to technology changi...

16th Annual Congress on Women's Health, March 28-30

...nd therapeutics, reproductive health, bone health, and common clinical conditions. This years Congress will highlight diabetes management and Diabetes gizmos and Gadgets, a hands-on workshop in new diabetes technology. ...

Leave Us Alone

...erred, had they known they had a choice. The alternative is palliative care. They were kept alive by modern technology, wired to the latest medical gizmos and pumped with powerful drugs; all this when many would have preferred to spend their last days on palliative care, with their families and at home. ...
Gizmos in Biological Technology

UW Medical Foundation CEO shares his vision on the state of health care and patient safety

...ng and delivering information technology for increased patient safety in health care is often overshadowed by the appeal of cutting-edge technologies, gizmos and gadgets. Jeffrey Grossman MD , president and chief operating officer of the University of Wisconsin Medical Foundation, spoke Wednesday at the ...

More electronic gadgets, more miscommunication

... Attention gadget guys and girls this is your time. The shops are loaded with electronic communications gizmos of all kinds this holiday season. But when it comes to the value of these devices opinion is increasingly split. Many people either love them or loath...

Stay in the driver's seat, but don't ditch technology

...le." All those programmers and call-center staff, the boxes with the blinking lights, all that brightly colored cable, and all those chirping, buzzing gizmos we have clipped to our belts; they're all packaged and bundled technology expertise. We can go out and buy 'em. What we can't go out and buy is our or...

Physician mindset slows adoption of electronic health records

...ore about the hassle that breaks up their preferred areas of practice and income. "Doctors are not necessarily computer phobic," he said. "We love gizmos because they lead to procedures and money in the pocket. Doctors who make money do procedures." A doctor-friendly interface No matter what the pro...

Media-savvy workers: New front in the War for Talent

...No more. Now, a large and growing number of people across the age, gender and socio-economic spectrum own or have access to all manner of gadgets, gizmos and Internet services that far exceeds, in variety and sophistication, much of the technology they use at work. Increasingly, it is these experiences ...
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