Posts Tagged ‘ Nurses ’

Let’s see who measures up, shall we?

October 28, 2014
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I noticed a weird bruise on my arm last week on Thursday. By Friday it had morphed into something that looked like a bear climbing a tree. It didn’t hurt. I had no recollection of…

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Return of the Dead – Non Zombie Style

August 27, 2014
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Another death-defying story that creeps me out: a man in Brazil, who was declared dead of a heart attack and multiple organ failure, has jumped back to life. The doctors are not sure what happened,…

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When A Doctor’s Appointment Goes Bad.

June 9, 2014
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When A Doctor’s Appointment Goes Bad.

I hate doctor’s appointments. It doesn’t matter which doctor’s appointment it is – OBGYN, GP, Bone and Joint.  Any doctor that has a lobby, a snarky Nurse’s Assistant and a scale is nerve-racking.  The other…

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A Lesson in Humor: If You Can Laugh, When You Lose Your Nads…

January 18, 2014
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Emergency Laughter

My dad had a great sense of humor. He showed me many times the value of being able to laugh at yourself and the world around you. When he was diagnosed with late-stage metastatic cancer…

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Football Sunday Catheterization

January 15, 2014
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Emergency Laughter

Every beer drinking football fan knows that you don’t buy beer, you just rent it. What goes in, must come out. Are you tired of missing game winning plays on TV because you’re standing over a…

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A Life Changing Crisis: Cottage Cheese

January 10, 2014
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Emergency Laughter

Every once in a while, something happens to you that changes the way you think, feel and eat for the rest of your life. My life-changing event took place when I worked for a private…

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YOU’RE PUTTING WHAT . . . WHERE?

September 12, 2013
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     I have had low back issues for years and thankfully through Chiropractic care I have maintained this annoyance until just recently.  However, all good things seem to come to an end sometime.  My sometime…

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Horror Meets Humor Week on HO: The Heart of an Angel

October 28, 2012
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Helen arrived at work happy: she liked to be among bedpans, stethoscopes, and a full ward of patients—the groaning of the sick and injured buoyed her steps.  She updated herself by reading patient charts, but…

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