Posts Tagged ‘socialization’

13
Sep
“Ever Onward!”

I hope that my good friend, Community 360° board member and University of Nebraska at Omaha colleague, Dr. Lyn Holley won't mind that I used her call to action for the title of this article.  Our conversations most often end with her smiling and saying, Ever Onward!   I usually chuckle and respond with a hearty Ok!  But as I was thinking about my writing today, those were the first words that came to my mind, Ever

07
Jun
“Volunteers are as effective as antidepressants.”

Today my wife sent me an article entitled "For the Very Old, a Dose of ‘Slow Medicine" by Abigal Zuger, M.D.  (found at: http://www.nytimes.com/2008/02/26/health/views/26books.html) The article reviews "My Mother, Your Mother: embracing slow medicine, the compassionate approach to caring for your aging loved ones," by Dennis McCullough, M.D.  Dennis McCullough is a geriatrician at Dartmouth Medical School. I have not read the book so I will reserve my comments about the book for a later time.  I have "one-click" at Amazon.com