Category Archives: Medicine

COVID Near You

Modeled on Flu Near You, this is a crowd-sourcing site for COVID-19 infections.  Sponsored by Boston Children’s Hospital and Harvard Medical School, it seems like a good idea.  The more people who participate the more useful it will be.!/

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A Complete Silk Act

One of the perennial topics in these parts goes something like this: “I’ve signed up for a talent show. What should I do?” Let me make a suggestion, under the rubric “everything old is new again.” In Jean Hugard‘s Silken Sorcery (1937), … Continue reading

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The Hill Case — Part 5

What We Know And How We Know It, Part 5. What We Know:  Betty and Barney Misidentified the Jack O’Lantern Resort as a Flying Saucer How We Know It: The Jack O’Lantern Resort has been located on US 3 in … Continue reading

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Mental Health

Mental illness.  It happens, just like physical illness.  If you had the signs and symptoms of a heart attack, you’d get help.  If you had the signs and symptoms of diabetes, you’d get help.  We’ve gone to a lot of … Continue reading

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Health Insurance

The sad fact is that people who don’t have medical insurance don’t get medical care. Today is the first day of the Affordable Care Act open enrollment program.  Go sign up.  Today. See also: Doing My Part for ACA Open … Continue reading

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Summer 2017 Recovery Coach Academy Training

The North Country Health Consortium is pleased to announce the second and last of two 5-day intensive Recovery Coach Academy trainings to provide students with the skills to guide, mentor and support anyone who would like to enter into or … Continue reading

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It’s January, Which Means Arisia Is on the Horizon

Originally posted on Dr. Doyle's Blog:
Doyle’s Arisia Sked What Lies Beneath: Adding Subtext to Your Story Alcott Fri 8:30 PM ??? In real life and in storytelling, what -isn’t- being said is often more gripping than the actual…

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I got my flu shot, how ’bout you? I got my flu shot, how ’bout you? I got my flu shot, how ’bout you? Skip to my Lou, my darling.

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