What happened to the EMPIRE?!

by, Suzanne Coleman Hey guys, just a note to say that no, “Empire” was not on last night!  You can breathe easy now, you did not miss one thing!  They are playing the world series baseball tournament on FOX so it bumped it.  If the series goes past 7 games it might bump it next […]

The New Bachelorette is Announced!

by, Suzanne Coleman On tonight’s finale of “The Bachelor” where Ben Higgins finally made his choice in life-partner of Lauren, Chris Harrison also announced who will be the next Bachelorette. Rumors had been swirling online that it would be Caila, but I knew that couldn’t be true, as nice as she is, I just couldn’t […]

Hawaii’s Testing Error May Help Save Lives

by, Suzanne Coleman, MD Based on the information provided in a report by the “Washington Post” last week, the emergency services employee in Hawaii who sent out a false alert about incoming missiles might have actually done the state and its people a big service in the long run. Clearly the mistake was terrifying, not […]

OMG what is happening with The Bachelor people?!

by, Suzanne Coleman So much to talk about!  Did you hear, NICK is the new bachelor?  OMG I KNEW IT!  🙂  Good for you Nick, and good luck.  It’s funny looking back to when I was one of only two or three people who stood up for him on facebook… and now look at how things […]

Amazon Abuses Consumers?

by, Suzanne Coleman, MD So recently I’ve noticed that when trying to purchase items on Amazon that an item which might cost $5 elsewhere is now $20 dollars on Amazon (AMZN).  I’ve seen this type of manipulation of consumers by sellers before on their website  These sellers think someone will pay 400% of the value […]

Your Health

New Blood Test for Concussions Approved

by, Suzanne Coleman, MD A new blood test for head injuries has been approved by the FDA, according to Medscape.  This test is called the Brain Trauma Indicator and was developed by Banyan … [Read More...]

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Hawaii’s Testing Error May Help Save Lives

by, Suzanne Coleman, MD Based on the information provided in a report by the "Washington Post" last week, the emergency services employee in Hawaii who sent out a false alert about incoming missiles might have actually done the state and its people a big service in the long run. Clearly the mistake was terrifying, not only to the people of Hawaii, but to everyone in the country, but its occurrence revealed serious flaws in the preparedness of the agency and the state for an actual … [Read More...]

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