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The Virginian-PilotI came in dead last. That's why a survey caught my eye recently that compared 200 jobs by income, stress and hiring outlook. Lumberjacks elbowed out newspaper reporters for spot No. 199. I'm not going to argue with them. A pen may be mightier than...
One in 110 children is now diagnosed as having an autism spectrum disorder. The numbers have grown to the point where "everyone knows someone affected" by the neurodevelopmental disorder, characterized by communication problems and repetitive behaviors,...
The Virginian-PilotDr. Mark Chassin, president of The Joint Commission, will give the keynote address at Eastern Virginia Medical School's graduation ceremony Saturday. The Joint Commission is responsible for accrediting 20,000 health facilities and programs across the...
The Virginian-PilotThe steam from a plump roasted yam greets Peggy Miller for dinner most days. It doesn't take much to satisfy the 72-year-old's appetite, but she's picky about what's on her plate. Fresh vegetables are her first choice, but they're not easy to come by in...
The Spokesman-ReviewThe pens have been carefully made: A small block of tulipwood is placed in a lathe, where it is coaxed into shape. The wood is then sanded, sealed, polished and waxed. From there, the craftsmen assemble pieces to turn the wood into pens. "And then...
Karen Remley, MD, stepped down from her position as Virginia Health Commissioner to protest the politicization of the Board of Health in regard to the vote on architectural standards for abortion clinics. A pediatrician, who also holds an MBA, she has...
Ninety-four percent of Virginians support the need for 30 minutes of daily physical education in elementary and middle schools, according to a survey of more than 15,000 adults and young people by Y Street, a teen volunteer group. The Virginia...
OUR HEALTH: Physician Assistants and Nurse Practitioners are helping to meet the growing demand for primary care.Ten thousand Americans turn 65 every day, according to the Association of American Medical Colleges. Not only is our population getting older, but it’s also growing at such a rate that by 2025 we will need an additional 52,000 family doctors. This...
After a 14-year revision process, the American Psychiatric Association announced the final changes in its Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, known as DSM-5, on Dec. 1. The manual is sometimes referred to as "the Bible" for mental...
East Beach is all about a laid-back, Jimmy Buffet-type lifestyle along the Chesapeake Bay. Which is why Homearama keeps coming back there. People come by the thousands to see the coastal cottages that make up the Norfolk neighborhood, which was...
These events happen during the Oct. 13-28 East Beach Homearama, sponsored by the Tidewater Builders Association. The showcase of 10 new custom homes is located along Shore Drive in the Ocean View area of Norfolk. Homearama is open from noon to 9 p.m....
Gloucester Point resident Dr. Barry Gross has been appointed by Gov. Bob McDonnell to the Eastern Virginia Medical School Board of Visitors. The appointment of Gross, executive vice president and chief medical officer of Riverside Health System, was...
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