Monthly Archives: June 2013

Facebook really does have a purpose!

Facebook may have a purpose after all.  I don’t have a Facebook page and I know I’m in the minority.  I’ve always been convinced that Facebook must be useful for something more than posting pictures of your latest bad hair … Continue reading

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Deanna’s heart

My good friend and colleague Deanna Hendrich contributed the “from the heart” blog below.  A 10-year-old girl named Sarah riveted the nation’s attention a few days ago when she received a desperately needed lung transplant.  Her story followed on the … Continue reading

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If you love someone (anyone), don’t make them guess

A friend shared with me a link to the article below.  I don’t completely agree with everything the author says but I do like his point – advance directives are important.  This article is from Seth’s Blog by Seth Godin who is … Continue reading

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$2,000,000.00

Two million dollars is A LOT of money and two million dollars is what GVMH is paying back to staff to reward their efforts and dedication over the past year. GVMH had an excellent year financially in FY 13, which … Continue reading

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Tomorrow will be better

Most of us feel good about tomorrow.  A recent study shows that mankind has a strong tendency to feel good about the future. According to the study, no matter where you live, how much you earn or how long you’re … Continue reading

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Medicare is healing, at least temporarily

A recent report shows that Medicare may be on the mend. The financial outlook for Medicare has improved because of a stronger economy and slower growth in health spending, according to a report by the Medicare Trustees. The Medicare trustees … Continue reading

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Please don’t kiss me

Ladies please read carefully. The University of California at Berkley’s School of Public Health recently tested 32 common brands of lipstick and lip gloss and found some ugly results. Many of the products contained lead, cadmium, chromium, aluminum and five … Continue reading

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