As the posts on snow sport themed social media turn from
face shots and pow days to pond skimming, Reggae Fest, and Tuckerman’s ripping,
We at theBoston Institute of Snow
like to take stock of the season that was,
and look forward to plans for next season.
A great place to start is to replay the highlights. For us,
it was a trip out to ‘Breck
. They had gotten 30”+ in the ten days prior to our
arrival, and our stay was bookended by nice 4-10” sized refreshers and included
really comfortable mid-season temps and uncrowded conditions.
Today is the 29 of
February, the rarest day on the calendar. It is also Rare Disease Day (#rarediseaseday),
an opportunity to recognize those diseases that are one in million and those perplexing
conditions that often slip under the radar of the healthcare system.
Coincidentally, two of HordoN HEALTH’sMusculosystematic Engineers
recently become involved with one such syndrome.
Over the course of our collective
, Coach Thomas Morris and I have embraced the professional
challenge of encountering a high volume of people with extraordinarily complex
clinical presentations or sets of symptoms.
Rajon Rondo needs to be suspended for ten or more (a lot
The NBA has to put a stop to this pattern. They juxtaposed
themselves to the heartless, lost, socially unaware NFL in the past. What a
great opportunity for them to do so again.
Rondo’s lame excuse for a statement, clearly written by his agent’s
PR firm, is nowhere near good enough.
The fact that the highly respected NBA referee, Bill Kennedy’s
sexual orientation was common knowledge around the NBA has nothing to do with
it. The fact that Mr.
For all of those who have actually read the World Health
Organization report, which is few, including myself as the entire document has
yet to be released, and for those who have read the official press release put
up on The Lancet, a English medical journal that is ripe with conflict, this
needn’t concern you because the conclusion is so incredibly obvious.
For all of the others who are completely bought into this
abuse of statistical evaluation as “credible science,” please continue reading.
It is no secret that the United States has a lot to learn
from how other countries manage their health. Our obesity and preventable
disease rates are consistently among the highest in the world, as are our
numbers of people on prescription drugs. One area in which we are failing most egregiously
is the way our society treats our pregnant and new mothers. I’ll use Sweden as
an example directly opposed to the U.S. in this regard; since 1974, in Sweden, both mother and father
of a new born are given, by law, 12 months of paid parental leave to share.