Newcomers to Polish genealogy often start with a few misconceptions. Many Americans have only a dim understanding of the border changes that occurred in Europe over the centuries, and in fairness,…
WASHINGTON — He will be a president like no other. Whether that’s good or bad seems, at this point, a matter of remarkably disparate opinion. But when President-elect Donald Trump takes the oath of office Friday, the nation will see a sweeping change in policy, style and rhetoric, likely unlike any they’ve seen in their lifetimes.
I am quite nervous if this is a safe procedure. “Needles in the spine” through anesthesia or nerve blocks, in my personal experience and what I am learning has happened with others as well, has caused or worsened the pain of Tarlov Cysts.
“Declan Koehler was a little cranky Friday as he lay on the operating table at Nationwide Children’s Hospital. Declan was ready to undergo a urology procedure that would have the surgeon cutting into him. But instead of general anesthesia, which would put Declan to sleep, the infant’s parents opted to allow him to stay awake during the surgery with a spinal anesthesia numbing and immobilizing him from the mid-chest down.”
Jacksonville, Ore. — There’s a spot just outside of Jacksonville, that holds a special place in one Rogue Valley man’s heart. Tonight, he’s working tirelessly to leave it better than he found it, for the sake of his father and those around him too. ‘He was my soul… #allen #cemetery #dennis
The year is drawing to a close. 2017 lies before us, all shiny and new, like a gift waiting to be unwrapped. Like many of us in the genealogical community, I find New Year’s Eve to be a grea…
“Your Health Care in 2017: What You Must Know” an in-depth article that appears in “Parade Magazine”dated December 28, 2016, written by Frank Lalli, provides a detailed account of important points regarding the health insurance industry — before and currently under the Affordable Care Act — including Medicare and Medicaid, and the important changes that could lie ahead in 2017.
This well-researched article offers a great start for a reader to become informed on this subject which affects all Americans in one regard or another.
Green Lawn Cemetery is counting on someone having a conscience — or at least, needing an easy $1,000. The cash reward is being offered for anyone who turns over information leading to the arrest of vandals who’ve crept into the historic cemetery after dark and caused more than $1.25 million in damage within the past two years. Why? For laughs? Out of boredom? If these losers are seeking attention, they’ve got it. But that notoriety is going to help them be caught and go to prison.