Intervention, “feeling better”? Evidence based for insurance to cover? Evidence based to make a sweeping public health recommendation? Evidence based to at least not totally fuck you up?Where are my patients supposedly finding this evidence? Do they have the statistical chops to interpret it or are they eating up the latest thing Buzzfeed gives them? Do they have access to the medical literature? If it’s personal anecdotal evidence, is the fact that this is helping a clue to tell me that maybe I missed a diagnosis (case in point severe hypothyroid getting more energy with massive amounts of Thrive supplementation which has boatloads of caffeine)Are they making an appointment with me to discuss these choices? Lolz probably not.More to the point, if it’s not your patient or a public health concern. The fact you are physician is irrelevant. 5 points submitted 2 months ago20 year old mtf.
On its website, Nike is promoting a black and white “Equality” t shirt, as well as shoes from its annual Black History Month collection. Schultz is the Chicago Bureau Chief at Ad Age and covers beverage, automotive and sports marketing. He is a former reporter for McClatchy newspapers, including the Fresno Bee, where he covered business and state government and politics, and the Island Packet in South Carolina.
Swoopes is the most prominent women’s basketball player of her generation: a five time all star, three time Olympic gold medalist and the WNBA’s only three time MVP. And in a tribute only corporate America could render, Swoopes is the only female player to have her own basketball shoe: Nike’s Air Swoopes. The 34 year old Houston Comet veteran just delivered what could be the most significant body blow to homophobia ever weathered by the athletic industrial complex.
You’re serious, right?: Reminded his team nearly delivered a perfect 15 in the section final, Quintana said: “That means there’s still room for improvement.” He said it: “My goals are the same as always: I just want the kids to be successful so it opens doors to college, they contribute positively to society and maybe come back to the community of Madera. Put focus on that and the rest will take care of itself, along with the championships that come with it. Show kids that and they’ll go through walls for you.” Quintana..
Cook kicked off the presentation with the announcement that Nintendo’s flagship character, Mario, will soon be coming to games on the App Store. Famed Nintendo designer Shigeru Miyamoto took the stage to announce his company’s first game, “Super Mario Run,” a side scrolling, automatic running game starring the company’s popular plumber. Miyamoto touted the game as being easy to play with one hand.