Summary- The Chicago Tribune tells the story of an expectant mother was raped by her longtime gynecologist in his office. The mother is scared that she will lost her unborn baby. The former physician, Bruce SWester Smith, was charged in 2002 for a rape of another patient as well. The Tribune review found at least sixteen other physicians were registerd sex offenders and none of their licenses have been revoked. Reaction- The licensing of these physicians and professionals should be taken seriously.
This physician had been charged in 2002 for a previous rape, and never had his license revoked.Instead, the physician was still practicing in an area such as gynecology. I think this is a terrible outlook on healthcare.
How can people trust their physicians and put their healthcare in their hands with such criminals. The Justice system regarding sexual offenders needs to step up and start really cracking down on these kind of crimes. Editorial Board, Chicago Tribune.
Former doctor sentenced for raping patient. 2013. web. 10 December 2013. Organic whole milk provides best heart-health benefits samples of milk, and have found that organic whole milk offered more of the fatty acids good for the eart, rather than conventional milk.The study found that the organic milk had 25% less omega-6 fatty acids and 62% more omega-3 fatty acids than conventional milk. The organic milk also had high concentrations of the individual types of omega-3 fatty acids. Reaction- There also have been numerous studies on dairy products to very significant increases in certain types of cancers.
Cows milk is notorious for not changing your cholesterol numbers while it lines your arteries with saturated fat clogging deposits. Humans are not supposed to be drinking cows milk. That is a right reserved for calves.We dont need the protein as we make our own and recycle our own. The Los Angeles Times Editorial Board.
Organic whole milk provides best heart- health. 2013. web. 10 December 2013. New prosthetic hand technology lets amputees feel again Summary- The Washington Times writes an article about Ohio researchers creating a prosthetic hand that allows amputees to actually feel what their fake fingers touch. They have found a new way of connecting nerves with electrodes that allow the amputees to feel and pick up physical sensations via sensors.
So far, researchers have discovered the sensation of touch Reaction- I think the way technology is going for healthcare, that there is not too much things that will not be discovered. I think something so tragic of someone loosing their hands, this gives amputees the opportunity to feel what they are touching. What a great sense of independence. I think in the future there will be more technology for amputees, than what they have already discovered. The Washington Times Editorial Board.
New prosthetic hand technology lets amputees feel again. Web. 2013. 6 December 2010.