Some are taking this veeerrrryyyyy seriously. And then there’s us. Below is the Abstract for a study that was published in Neuroradiology by Robin Lüddecke, Thomas Linder, Julia Forstenpointner, Ralf Baron, Olav Jansen, and Janne Gierthmühlen [it took 6 of them]. [It’s annotated, if that wasn’t clear] Purpose Negative cerebrovascular [adjective relating to the brain and its […]Read More Beware the Dress Code
The CDC reports that extreme heat is more deadly than all other weather-related illnesses combined. This is as true for workers as it is for Alaskans sunbathing (in the Caribbean, not so much in Alaska). Seriously though, let’s talk about what the dangers are, how to spot them, treat them and prevent them. Read on…Read More Respect the Heat
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Clinical psychologist, Linda Blair, reveals that Christmas music may be as bad for your mental health as you always thought it was.Read More Why I was always right about Christmas music
REOH got on board with a couple sit-stand desks and wanted to know more about the benefits. Here’s what we learned:Read More Stand and be Fit (?)
This type of medical imaging can help to diagnose injuries and guide appropriate treatments. The test is performed by a technician, and the results are interpreted by a radiologist. Treatment options are addressed by your treating physician and/or a specialist in your type of injury.Read More Don’t Wear A Nose Ring to Your MRI (And Other Useful Information)