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The Tourney and Life.

We can take a great lesson from the opening day of the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament. Many of us saw our brackets busted as a few fairly powerful teams were upset. Many analysts will tell you that it was probably a difference in execution. Although some teams have what seem to be superior athletes, they […]

Brain Games and Business $

There is an interesting show on the National Geographic Channel called Brain Games. It takes viewers through a series of different explanations as to why we think the way we do, behave as we do, and things that we can do to improve cognitive abilities. But, I wanted to write a little something about last […]

It’s “Optimism Thursday”! $

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Seriously, today just seems like there is a ton of great, positive, O.K, and better than normal news (if there are such levels).So, we are going to take a little bit of a different approach and call it “optimism Thursday”.Today’s brief may be a bit shorter, more to the point, a bit on the happy […]

Ferguson: Only 6 Arrested Last Night

Although a lot of our stories have been a little bit pithy today, we won’t joke about the situation in Ferguson, Missouri. We will just acknowledge that conditions in the city were much better last night. The number of protestors were down, the number of arrests were only 6 (down from 40-100 the previous nights). […]

State Department Issues Travel Warning Because of Ebola $

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  The Ebola situation is the worst that we have seen in modern history. Most of you will not be traveling to Liberia, Guinea, or Sierra Leone, but if you do the State Department has a travel warning for you. We are a bit less concerned with the travel warning (warning level 3), it is […]

Reservoir Level Update for California $

We aren’t exactly sure why there isn’t more news about the California reservoir levels – maybe there’s something about the data we don’t understand.

Get to Know PD-1 As a Cancer Fighting Term $

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It may be the most exciting development of medical research in decades and there is a $35 billion market opening up for it. For those of us who have been personally touched by cancer (which is most of us in one form or another), the dream of a cure seems so far off. Several weeks […]

Giving Thanks on a Reflective Weekend

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If you have been with us for a while, you know that our tone and approach is more personal than traditional journalism. We don’t feed you the news, we are all about insights and perspective – and we do it from a personal perspective. And as such, we let our emotions get into our writing […]

Promising Cancer Treatment

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The New York Times ran an article today on a “new” cancer therapy – we just wanted to be sure that all of you were able to see it in case you missed it in another publication.

The Blood Moon

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Most of you know about the total lunar eclipse that occurred last night. It’s called the Blood Moon, the eclipse on the moon gives it a red hue. It’s interesting and there are a bunch of classic religious and superstitious beliefs surrounding the Blood Moon and end times prophesy. That’s not what we are writing […]

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