Restaurant customer expresses gratitude with a $2,000 tip
A regular customer at a Washington, D.C. restaurant ate an order of gumbo and fried chicken — then left a $2,000 tip.
Addicted to a Substance: What Determines How Quickly This Happens
Addicted to a Substance: Some people may choose to experiment with addictive substances, thinking they can quit before they become addicted.
Five-Year-Old with Missing Fingers to Receive 3D Printed Prosthetic Hand Tomorrow, On to New Life...
Although in varying and often quite creative forms, prosthetics have been around for thousands of years, with humans using available materials and even the most rudimentary engineering to increase functionality and mobility to hands and feet.
What A Career; What A Profession!!
Throughout the month of April, we recognize our occupational therapists and occupational therapy assistants as a part of Occupational Therapy Month. What
Top 25 Most Difficult Companies To Interview; Consulting Firms Lead The Way
Some companies are notorious for using interview processes that bring you back to the days of your college entrance exams. But which…
10 Incredible Benefits of Bananas for Your Health and Beauty
Did you know these sweet yellow fruits offer other amazing health benefits. Here’s why you should bake ’em, blend ’em, and add them to your regular meals.
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What to Expect From a Drug Rehabilitation Program
Entering a drug rehabilitation program may be a bit frightening simply because you don't know what to expect. Here is some information to help
How new-age medicine is helping MLB pitchers improve recovery time
BRADENTON, Fla. — By now, the time line for recovery from Tommy John surgery is familiar even to the casual baseball fan. It takes at least a year, usually more. It takes tedious, monotonous work on the part of the player. Alternatives exist, but until now their use among established major leaguers has been limited — if tried at all. This season could provide a referendum on two of them. One surgical procedure could cut the recovery time in half. Another treatment could help a player avoid surgery altogether. “I think it can definitely help the game,” right-hander Seth Maness, who had a modified elbow ligament surgery in August, said by phone from spring training in Arizona. “But the circumstances have to be right.” Maness had a surgery on his right elbow known…
How hospitals could be rebuilt, better than before