Tag Archive: injury

Jul 15 2014

Summertime = safe time

Summertime. Kids love it and parents dread it. While you want your child to go outdoors and get some fresh air and sun, you also want them to be safe. Summer should be a time for fun, not injury. From 10 a.m to 4 p.m is when the sun’s rays are the strongest, so it’s …

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Mar 30 2014

Instant communication hinders real connections

Lauren and Ashley got together for lunch at their favorite haunt. They started in on conversation that had been on hold for too long while checking the menu and placing their orders.  Fifteen minutes into catching up on the latest, Lauren’s phone rang and she answered. They began sharing again, but twenty minutes later another call …

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Sep 14 2013

The USDA’s reckless plan

The government intends to spread a failed pilot program that decreased food safety to every hog plant in the nation. My friend Jim, a farmer, jokes about bringing a bowl of manure and a spoon to the farmers’ markets where he sells his beef. “My beef has no manure in it, but you can add …

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May 15 2012

Our ruinous game

Football fans have a high tolerance for pain — in others — and show little sympathy for the plight of the players who now are seeking redress for their injuries. By Donald Kaul The apparent suicide of Junior Seau, the former NFL superstar linebacker, has again raised the age-old question: “Is playing football dangerous, as …

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