Features

I have a gaggle of grandkids scattered across the country. When my own kids were little a few decades ago, the little Golden Books were among their favorites, and over the years, we accumulated quite a collection. Now, three of my granddaughters, each age 5 or under, have their own Android tablets with Wi-Fi access. All three can tap, pinch and swipe the screen with a degree of expertise that could put many adults to shame. Good or bad? That could be debated, but these kids are quite at home using technology.

shadow

Several things have brought to my mind the realization that we are all victims of tunnel vision, even though we strive to pretend we are not. It is normal for the most part that we think first and foremost of our own lives, our needs, our joys, our families, and the things we seek to integrate into our lives.

shadow

From May 1999 to May 2009, SETMA built tools and designed a model of care that laid the foundation of a patient-centered medical home. In June 2015, as SETMA adds the crown of Behavioral Health to our medical home model, we have met the standards of excellence of all organizations which recognize and/or accredit PC-MH.

shadow

Completely redesigned inside and out just two years ago, Nissan Altima’s attractive design continues in 2015 with front-end styling that features a large, black grille with chrome surround.

shadow

Most of us are familiar with Google as the ubiquitous search engine, even to the point that the term “Google” has become synonymous with the term “search.” Google is much more than a search engine, making frequent announcements about new hardware (such as Google glasses), new software (the recently announced “Android M”), and new Web based services (Google translate, Google Maps, and many more). In San Francisco late last month, Google held its annual developers conference, which it calls Google I/O.

shadow