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I thought medical records were supposed to be electronically available to all your

medical people now.
Is it not implemented in your state or area?
If not, why not?
(Perhaps there is an amount of time _ years?- permitted for this to be done - I don't know.)
Posted by No Vested Interest | Fri Jul 31, 2015, 05:58 PM (0 replies)

Also FYI: Tensing, through his union, has filed a grievance to get his job back.

Because the University if Cincinnati fired him without his due process rights under the union contract, and " because there was no just cause."
"While Officer Tensing was indicted for murder, an indictment is not a conviction."
A hearing must be held within seven calendar days.
The University spokeswoman said that the University stands by its decision to terminate Officer Ray Tensing.
Posted by No Vested Interest | Fri Jul 31, 2015, 03:51 PM (1 replies)

Matthews was playing up the "Sanders is a Socialist" meme tonight.

"Do you really want to have a Socialist president?"

I don't the reasons, but at least we know he is being very obvious in downplaying Sanders.
Posted by No Vested Interest | Thu Jul 30, 2015, 11:02 PM (0 replies)

Officer Ray Tensing Indicted On Murder Charge

Source: Wlwt.com

Cincinnati: Prosecutor Joe Deters said a grand jury has indicted University of Cincinnati Police Officer Ray Tensing for murder in the death of Samual DuBose.
News conference in progress.
Officer's video- cam released.
University of Cincinnati main campus closed for the Day.

Read more: Link to source

More to come.

Posted by No Vested Interest | Wed Jul 29, 2015, 01:28 PM (29 replies)

I'm sticking. DU is one of my major news sources.

There are certain forums and groups I check regularly, a little off the beaten path maybe, as well as all the newly posted OPs, as time permits.

I can think of three whose postings I particularly looked for that haven't been around for a number of weeks.
I checked the last postings of one of them and saw it had become quite a brouhaha over one of the candidates.
I hope he returns, because he was a major contributor to one of the more minor groups I frequent.
Two others have just disappeared. - I'm concerned about the health of one, and the other may be on a temporary banishment, I hope.
Time will tell.

I'm non-confrontational myself and have no desire to get in the mud re any of the Dem. candidates.
I'll be voting for the Dem nominee, and, until that is decided, I'll be on the sidelines, cheering them all along.
Posted by No Vested Interest | Wed Jul 29, 2015, 03:01 AM (0 replies)

Random drop-ins at 3 a.m. are not too cool.

OTOH, California is probably as well set up with social services as any place in the US. They likely even have some who go out to the "client" to assess, advocate and hopefully recommend viable choices for someone in this situation.
Posted by No Vested Interest | Wed Jul 29, 2015, 02:37 AM (0 replies)

Apparently there was a book authored by Harry Hunt III.

I haven't looked it up yet, but it mentioned that Trump had unsuccessful scalp reduction surgery.

What the heck is scalp reduction surgery?
Is that why he wears the awful coiffeur?
Posted by No Vested Interest | Tue Jul 28, 2015, 02:23 AM (2 replies)

Keep in touch with the person she is still in contact with.

If that person is willing, provide funds for that person to meet as frequently as possible with the young person, for meals at a unfancy restaurant. The contact person, if willing, can take her to non-threatening laces and activities - zoos, parks, movies, etc. - anything to keep the doors of communication open. If the young woman is still unkempt, they could go together to a hair stylist or shopping for presentable, clean clothes.

You and/or the mother and grandparents can provide the funds for these meals and activities to the contact person.

I agree with the suggestion to contact NAMI, especially the branch in her area.
Posted by No Vested Interest | Tue Jul 28, 2015, 02:09 AM (0 replies)

Agree that studying Latin gives one a leg up in vocabulary.

I also studied Latin 4 yrs in high school, as well as French for 3 and more French in college, though I sure cannot speak French.

When it came time for daughter to choose high school, I ruled out my alma mater because at that time (late70's) Latin was in decline in high schools. Latin has since come back in favor in college prep courses, along with rise in other languages - Spanish, Chinese, etc.
Posted by No Vested Interest | Mon Jul 27, 2015, 03:58 PM (1 replies)

I was told I would be able to drive to the opthalmologist's office for an appt. the day

after surgery, and I did, without any trouble.
This was after the second eye, and by then I felt very comfortable, having had the experience in the meantime of driving very comfortably after the first eye surgery.
Dr. was checking the eye pressure, which he said was fine. His assistant checked my vision, which she said was fairly close to 20/20.
I will go back again in 4 weeks to get a final (I presume) check-up and a prescription for any future glasses needed. I am fine with using glasses for reading. It was my distance vision I was concerned about, and a concern for driving safety.
Posted by No Vested Interest | Sun Jul 26, 2015, 01:32 AM (1 replies)
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