The COVID-19 pandemic has the majority of the world at a standstill. Factories have stopped operating, air travel has significantly reduced, and fewer cars are on the road. The result, a noticeable reduction in air pollution across the globe. Will
We live in a world that demands excellence, that sings the praises of the 10,000-Hour Rule to master anything. And, sure, being excellent is fun. It’s fun to do things you’re great at. But it’s also fun to do things that you aren’t great at, and last year I decided that I was done feeling like I had to earn the right to participate in something I wanted to participate in. I was missing out.
When Dr. Baruch Fertel took a job at the Cleveland Clinic in 2013 he knew he had a crisis on his hands. The nation was in the grip of an opioid epidemic and Ohio was ground zero. And Fertel quickly realized that hospitals were, in some respects, doing more harm than good, often prescribing someone who came in with an ankle sprain or other small injury 30 Percocets because it was the default in the electronic health record (EHR). “That’s a huge amount for something that maybe is a day or two,” said Fertel, the Director of Quality and Operations at the storied medical center.
It has been three months since Hurricane Dorian, a Category 5 storm, destroyed parts of The Bahamas’ northernmost islands, Abaco (and its cays) and eastern Grand Bahama.
Harrison residents have been unable to open their windows as Hydrogen Sulfide so strong that Red Bull Arena, released a statement, has filled the neighborhood. >> Harrison residents have kept their windows shut to keep out the acidic scent of Hydrogen Sulfide from seeping into their homes. The smell is so strong that the Red Bull Arena has released a statement to warn stadium-goers.