Posts Tagged ‘good advice’

Maybe It’s Okay to Eat Before Surgery

July 13, 2017

Not eating before surgery was long considered one of those “absolute” rules that was not debatable.  Now comes an article that tells us that in Europe carbohydrate-rich drinks before surgery are not only allowed, they lead to improved outcomes!  Who knew?  Less risk of infection and faster recovery are two positives, along with resultant cost savings.  Click below for full article.

Don_t Hold Fast to This Surgical Rule – WSJ

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Economics Should be Required in High School

March 3, 2017

Economics is so basic and essential for good citizenship and good personal decisions, that it is a shame high school students can graduate without even being exposed to the subject.  An article by high schooler Benjamin Auslin from Montgomery Blair High School in Silver Spring, Maryland, makes a strong argument that understanding supply and demand, the time value of money, return on investment and the basics of personal finance are skills that would well serve the graduates and society.

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Could I Just… a quote

October 2, 2013

I would like to give credit, but I don’t know where I saw this quote.

“If your question begins with, ‘Could I just…’, my answer begins with, ‘No…’ ”