Posts Tagged ‘Columns’

EDUCATIONAL MALPRACTICE?

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Each fall, many New Yorkers head to family physicians for an annual physical. Doctors record some standard measures—body temperature and blood pressure, for example—and perhaps draw some blood to send to the lab. Doctors will also ask about changes in health over the last year. Only after considering all of this information will they make [&hellip
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THE GOVERNMENT DUTY TO PROTECT PUBLIC SAFETY

Written by admin on . Posted in Dewing Things Better, On Topic OTDT, Opinion and Column

While human-made, unnatural disasters are worse than the nature-caused kind blasting the Gulf Coast, both bring people together in a social climate when post-Boomer-agers, especially, are “normally” only involved in their own little spheres. Thanks to Judith Cutler, around 50 neighborhood people gathered quietly around the 9/11 memorial tree outside 530 E. 84th St. for [&hellip
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