Are you dreaming of a wet Christmas?
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HUDSON COUNTY – The previous prediction of rain and wet snow for this weekend has been changed, and you should expect mostly dry weather this weekend. For Christmas Eve, however, a storm is coming in. Rain and wind are expected for most of Wednesday, but not snow. To keep up with the forecast, check out the upper right of hudsonreporter.com.
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PsychoHouseFrau
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December 19, 2014
You tell em, assilem! All the cops are racists and just ready to explode any minute. If you were crazy, wouldn't someone disagree with you before you made 100 comments in a row? Just look! http://www.ustream.tv/recorded/14483342 I notice the same thing when I'm in the park talking for three hours. No one says anything! They know I'm right! Well I have some shocking news for you as a fellow Animal Lover. Hold on to your tinfoil! I overheard some dogs in the park talk about how because of Zimmer all the black and hispanic squirrels moved away. Then I heard some pigeons say the same thing. Coincidence? I've written three letters to city hall about the squirrel diversity issue and so far I haven't gotten a single reply. They're running scared!!!! Hey why don't you join me? It's worth another 100 comments. If no one interrupts you know we have them dead to rights. Squirrel racism has to be stopped! I will be calling all the television networks. We'll see who has the last laugh, eh, Ms 100!
NotYourSteppingStone
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December 19, 2014
O.K. let me get this straight. An additional 5000 people a day at what, twenty dollars a head. 10,000 times 20 = $200,000. The promoter over sold the event which netted an additional $200,000 profit at minimum and they paid the town a fine of $3,000? Sounds like a win for the promoter.
Health care teams demand nurses with doctorate degrees
by JONATHAN M. METSCH, DR.P.H., LLC
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Recently a Press of Atlantic City article http://www.pressofatlanticcity.com * noted: “ When open enrollment for the Health Insurance Marketplaces closed earlier this year, more than 7.1 million Americans had signed up for health insurance coverage. As millions of new patients continue to gain access to insurance under the Affordable Care Act, industry leaders are facing the challenge of providing quality care while meeting the needs of an aging population and patients with more chronic health issues. One emerging solution is the concept of “care teams” that more closely engage health care professionals from all disciplines.” “The Institute of Medicine (IOM) recommends health care delivery through such multidisciplinary teams, among other tools, to help health care systems lower costs while continuing to provide the best possible care for each patient. Care teams that include nurse practitioners and physician assistants are proven to alleviate demand for physicians without increasing their supply, according to 2013 research from RAND Corporation, a nonprofit research and analytics institution.” “Doctoral education in nursing practice prepares nurses with enhanced leadership skills to strengthen practice and health care delivery, according to the American Association of Colleges of Nursing (AACN). For this reason, nurses with doctoral education are being emphasized as an option for future leadership of care teams, as noted in the IOM’s report, The Future of Nursing: Leading Change, Advancing Health. Nursing educators are taking note, with more institutions offering advanced nursing degree programs that prepare nurses through specific curriculum focused on implementing efficiencies in health care delivery and enhancing nurses’ leadership skills.” *to read the full ACP article “Health care teams demand nurses with doctorate degrees” highlight and click on open hyperlink http://www.pressofatlanticcity.com/online_features/senior_living/health-care-teams-demand-nurses-with-doctorate-degrees/article_a5f49517-7a44-52b1-a730-c251ba7fd2d0.html?mode=story Doctor, Did You Wash Your Hands? ™ provides information to consumers on understanding, managing and navigating health care options. Jonathan M. Metsch, Dr.P.H., is Clinical Professor, Preventive Medicine, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai; and Adjunct Professor, Baruch College ( C.U.N.Y.), Rutgers School of Public Health, and Rutgers School of Public Affairs and Administration. This blog shares general information about understanding and navigating the health care system. For specific medical advice about your own problems, issues and options talk to your personal physician.
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