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  1. In Praise of the Solo ProgrammerRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Slashdot

    HughPickens.com writes: Jean-Louis Gassee writes that once upon a time, we were awestruck by the solo programmer who could single-handedly write a magnum opus on a barebones machine like the Apple ][ with its 64 kilobytes of memory and an 8-bit processor running at 1MHz. Once such giant was Paul Lutus, known as the Oregon Hermit , who won a place next to Jobs and Wozniak in the Bandley Drive Hall of Fame for his Apple Writer word processor.

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  2. 'Epidemic' of Inactivity Tied to Poor Health, Rising CostsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | PsychCentral

    A new commentary, "Regular Physical Activity: Forgotten Benefits," published online ahead of print in the American Journal of Medicine , laments the lack of physical activity by Americans. In the paper, Florida Atlantic University's Steven Lewis, Ph.D., and Charles H. Hennekens, M.D., Dr. P.H., stress how lack of physical activity in Americans poses important clinical, public health, and fiscal challenges for the nation.

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  3. The Injury Zone: Great Toe MobilityRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Rochester Democrat and Chronicle

    Runners are always looking for different ways to improve flexibility, strength, and mobility in the foot and ankle region. The foot/ankle complex is important for a runner as it initiates contact with the ground and is important for the push off phase of running/walking to help propel yourself forward.

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  4. Announcing Crutcheze Newest Dealer The Shop at Reno Orthopaedic Clinic in NevadaRead the original story

    Thursday | PR Log

    Reno Orthopaedic Clinic serving the greater Reno-Sparks metropolitan area and surrounding Storey and Washoe Counties now offers Crutcheze crutch accessories to patients. DENVER - Aug. 27, 2015 - PRLog -- ROC has grown to be the largest and most experienced orthopaedic specialty group in the Northern Nevada region because of compassion, dedication and expert care from a renowned team of physicians, physical therapists and occupational therapists.

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  5. Pilates Linked To Better Balance In Older Women With Back PainRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Medical Daily

    Older women with lower back pain who add pilates to their physical therapy routine may see improvements in balance and reductions in fear of falling that don't result from other types of exercise, a Spanish study suggests. Researchers followed about 100 women aged 65 and older, offering all of them physiotherapy twice a week with 40 minutes of nerve stimulation and 20 minutes of massage and stretching exercises.

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  6. In Praise of the Solo ProgrammerRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Slashdot

    HughPickens.com writes: Jean-Louis Gassee writes that once upon a time, we were awestruck by the solo programmer who could single-handedly write a magnum opus on a barebones machine like the Apple ][ with its 64 kilobytes of memory and an 8-bit processor running at 1MHz. Once such giant was Paul Lutus, known as the Oregon Hermit , who won a place next to Jobs and Wozniak in the Bandley Drive Hall of Fame for his Apple Writer word processor.

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  7. Hall to receive award from KMARead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Floyd County Times

    The Kentucky Medical Association will recognize legendary Appalachian community health activist Eula Hall along with physicians from across the state during the KMA Leadership Dinner Saturday night. Theodore Miller, M.D., Ph.D., of Edgewood will be installed as KMA President and Patty Pellegrini of Lexington will be installed as KMA Alliance President during the leadership dinner.

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  8. Brain's Response Inhibition Can Weaken MemoryRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | PsychCentral

    New research discovers that when occasions call for the brain to make sudden changes, we often fail to remember why we halted the original action. For example, you're driving on a busy road and you intend to switch lanes when you suddenly realize that there's a car in your blind spot.

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  9. Bankers Healthcare publishes new blog from veterinary journalistRead the original story

    Thursday | M2.com

    Bankers Healthcare Group , the leading provider of financial solutions for healthcare professionals, said it is publishing a new BHG360 blog series from veterinary journalist Dr. Mitsie Vargas, owner of Orchid Springs Animal Hospital in Winter Haven, Fla. The five-article series examines how entrepreneurial mothers can build successful businesses and careers while also maintaining a healthy work-life balance.

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  10. Massive Medicaid Cuts for Therapy Services On Hold - For NowRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Houston Press

    On Wednesday morning, dozens of Medicaid therapy providers, parents of kids with disabilities, and healthcare lobbyists expected to spend their day packed into a Travis County court room.

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  11. The Pennsylvania Athletic Trainers' Society (PATS) Provides...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | PRWeb

    The Pennsylvania Athletic Trainers' Society collaborated with the Penn State Hershey Bone and Joint Institute, and CPRS Physical Therapy at their 3rd Annual Central PA Sports Medicine Symposium on August 4th in Hershey, Pennsylvania. Over 250 attendees including medical doctors , athletic trainers , physician assistants , and physical therapists received continuing education units.

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  12. Sled hockey team is ready for new seasonRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Naples Daily News

    Inside the Ice & Golf Center at Northwoods, away from the blistering summer Texas heat, the San Antonio Rampage Sled Hockey Team scrimmaged with a welcome chill in the air. Gliding on a framed sled atop twin blades, the players jabbed sticks in the ice to propel themselves across the rink, trying to slap a puck into oblivion.

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  13. Sherry Young: A mother's glimpse into life with a special needs childRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Deseret News

    Emma Thompson is six days old in this photo, which was taken four days after shunt placement surgery at Primary Children's Hospital. Emma, who was born with hydrocephalus, later had a new procedure that did not require a shunt.

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  14. Devin Smith: Understanding His InjuryRead the original story

    Wednesday Aug 26 | Gang Green Nation

    Early in training camp, Smith partially punctured a lung and broke three ribs during practice. This primer looks at Devin's recovery process.

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  15. Holyoke Medical Center opening physical therapy site in West SpringfieldRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 26 | MassLive.com

    HOLYOKE -- Holyoke Medical Center will open a satellite location for physical therapy at Healthtrax Fitness & Wellness in West Springfield Aug. 31 with plans for similar sites in Chicopee and South Hadley, a spokeswoman said Wednesday . The satellites are part of the hospital's commitment to physical therapy and rehabilitation services.

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  16. After a near-death experience, a Twin Cities actor returns homeRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 26 | Star Tribune

    A comedic Twin Cities director, actor and writer best known for both staging "Tony 'n Tina's Wedding" and playing the male lead, Young collapsed at home on Aug. 6. He was in a coma for a day and a half. After that, he underwent open-heart surgery and had a defibrillator put in.

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  17. HackensackUMC Foundation Hosts Annual Golf OutingRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 26 | The Paramus Post

    Nearly 300 golfers hit the green recently for the HackensackUMC Foundation 18th Annual Invitational Golf Outing at the Ridgewood Country Club in Paramus. This year's outing, which raised more than $750,000, a record for the Foundation, honored Michael A. Kelly, M.D., chairman, Orthopaedic Surgery and Sports Medicine, and chairman of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at HackensackUMC.

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  18. Hunterdon Health and Wellness Center to offer seminar on hip and knee pain and preventionRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 26 | NJ.com

    Andrew Overman, DPT, MS, COMT, CSCS, Senior Physical Therapist at Hunterdon Sports and Physical Therapy will lead the program on Sept. 8 and Dr. Philip Glassner, Orthopedic Surgeon, Mid-Jersey Orthopaedics will present to attendees on Sept. 9.

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  19. Mike Strickland succeeds with Sampson Community College transfer programRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 26 | The Sampson Independent

    "As a first generation college graduate, I hope to inspire young folks who need direction or motivation to utilize the resources of Sampson Community College to gain an education to obtain their goals" comments Mike Strickland as he reflects on his educational journey. Now as a resident of Garland, Strickland shares his story, starting from 1992 as a veteran of the US Air Force.

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  20. How one Chicago kid is escaping a life of dead-end jobsRead the original story

    Wednesday Aug 26 | GantDaily.com

    Growing up in Chicago, Jesus "Jessie" Larios figured he'd end up working a dead-end job just like everyone else he knew. His parents immigrated from Mexico - his dad works at an auto parts store and his mom doesn't have a job.

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