Monthly Archives: July 2014

It’s a bird, it’s a plane, no, it’s Service Technician Appreciation Day!

Ah technology. What would we do without it? It’s a question we end up answering ourselves when, for whatever mysterious reason, our computer system crashes. At work this means a loss of productivity, a loss of income for the company, … Continue reading

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Summertime… and the living (can be) easy

A diagnosis of cancer is devastating. It’s also most of the time a complete surprise. Cancer runs in most families, in some form or another, so the possibility is there for most of us at some point in our lives, … Continue reading

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Where are you going? Where have you been?

Everyone these days has a ‘bucket list’, don’t they? Those ever growing lists of things that people hope to do before they kick the proverbial bucket. Everything from climbing Mount Everest to learning to play the harp, we all have … Continue reading

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How to “Take Control” of Cancer

If you watch Good Morning America regularly, then you are most likely aware of ABC News correspondent Amy Robach and her recent breast cancer diagnosis. Robach received the sad news in October after having a mammogram done on air for … Continue reading

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