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The American Occupational Therapy Foundation (AOTF), Bethesda, Md., issued a press release in late October announcing research priorities to work toward its vision of a vibrant science that builds knowledge to support effective, evidence-based occupational therapy.
According to the release, future AOTF research initiatives will address:
AARP released results of a survey this week as America marks the 80th anniversary of Social Security on August 14, 2015. Americans of all ages continue to have strong feelings of support for Social Security, and the survey found several key themes.
According to the national survey of adults, Social Security remains a core part of retirement ...
In a recent edition of Parade, Arianna Huffington said the secret to her success is getting eight hours of sleep every night.
“When I get enough sleep, I'm better at everything. I'm more creative, I'm less reactive, I'm better with my children,” the 65-year-old founder of the Huffington Post told Parade.
And she ...
With the start of school approaching, the American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA), Bethesda, Md., issued a press release on July 30 stating, in part:
''Heavy loads carried by more than 79 million students across the U.S. can cause low-back pain that often lasts through adulthood. According to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, ...
Many people who waited eagerly for the day they could stop working and enjoy a leisurely retirement find that the reality doesn’t match their dreams.
“Some people are not prepared financially or mentally to retire,” says Michael Bivona, a retired CPA and author of the book “Retiring? Beware!! Don’t Run Out of Money and Don’t Become Bored” ...
Could you unknowingly be aiding and abetting your patient's asthma triggers simply by labeling them as such? New research suggests that just might be the case when it comes to odor-triggered asthma. Researchers at the Monell Center have found ''that simply believing that an odor is potentially harmful can increase airway inflammation in asthmatics ...
In a recent post,
I covered some unique opportunities presented by crowdfunding for technological
advances in areas like molecular diagnostics. While the crowdsourcing mentality
can work well in gathering funds for equipment producers, crowdsourcing medical
information through sites like Wikipedia can carry more limitations and even
News of fraud and abuse in our healthcare system appears frequently these days. Between scams, double billing and code jamming many dollars are illegally claimed from the system. Whether it be from Medicare, Medicaid or an insurance company, one thing is certain, the honest consumers pay for it.
Just recently the Medicare Fraud ...
There’s that famous saying, “Some are born great, some
achieve greatness, and some have greatness thrust upon them.” I think it can be
applied to any quality, especially leadership. As a kid, I always thought it
was something people were just born with in the same way that some people are
just athletic and others are just funny. I think we all ...
In what has to have been one of the most fun research
studies in the history of academia, 21 surgical residents had to play video
games on the Nintendo Wii “for an hour a day, five days a week, for four weeks”
during their residency. In an article
on NPR, a group of Italian researchers fostered the project and then had the
residents perform ...