Habits of Mind...common sense is like any other skill and familair patterning in thinking, being and doing make not have encouraged critcial thinking or common sense. This chart presents different "mind habits" to heighten awareness about conditioned thinking.
Long-Term Bisphosphonate Use Linked to Atypical Fracture Risk - In October 2010, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) told doctors about a link between bisphosphonates and the risk of breaking a leg bone in an unusual spot. Doctors call this "atypical femur fracture." The femur is the large leg bone that runs from your hip to your knee.
Expectant management = caregivers take a “wait and see” approach. Labor is closely monitored and medical intervention is used when the circumstances require it, but are not routinely offered to everyone. Time limits are not routinely applied to labor. Caregivers adopting this philosophy generally expect that their clients will take on a much greater involvement in the decision-making process.
As the blastocyst sinks deeper into the endometrium, the outer layer of cells, progressively outward from the implantation pole, is transformed into a single, gigantic multi-nucleated syncytiotrophoblast* by fusion of the individual cells. The inner layer of cells, not in contact with the endometrium, remain unfused as cytotrophoblasts**.
Wotcha. I’m 34 years and 11 months old (forever), a potty-mouth, and I live in rural Warwickshire. I’m married to a farmer (who could win a hairy chest competition with his back), a profession that seems to have increasing cult status here in the UK; my urban friends tend to say things like ‘You mean you have, like, animals and stuff? And you drive tractors?’ Umm, yes. And yes, but only if I’m really made to, and then I absolutely insist on being allocated one with aircon, a synchro mesh…
Utrecht goitre (Utrechtse Krop) is the title of a collection of photographs by Paul Kooiker. The book includes images of the file Utrecht University Hospital, some of them around 1890. “Utrechtse Krop” (Utrecht goitre) was the name given to a thyroid condition once common in the Dutch town of Utrecht, due to a deficiency of iodine in drinking water.