Extreme sport pushes the limits and ability of the human mind and body to cope with conditions that are out of the ordinary. Conditions that require a high degree of physical exertion, with the adrenalin-pumping danger of the possibility of death. At times, extreme sport would appear to defy the laws of science. Extreme sports are only as varied as the imagination of clever advertising marketers and designers.
There is a cult-type following, that forms into a sub-culture, which has evolved around the mystique of extreme sport. It is the wealthy, disillusioned and experience-seeking younger generation that has been the focus of the advertising marketers. The gurus have quickly cottoned on to this as being Blue Moon Opportunity (once in a lifetime opportunity) and happy to satisfy the wants of the thrill seekers.
Extreme sports demand the discipline and fitness of the body, as well as the mind, for it frequently involves performing a death defying stunt. This can be clearly seen in operation in those who participate in the sport of diving without oxygen. This is based on a technique first witnessed in dolphins and whales, called the ‘Mammalian Diving reflex’. While at the extreme depths of free diving, the ‘baracardia shift’, the heart beat of a world champion oxygen free diver was recorded to beat as slowly as 9 beats per minute. The deepest free dive ever recorded, was performed by the German Herbet Nitsche, diving with the aid of a weighted sled, to 214 metres (702 feet), in 2007.
Of course there are the expensive ‘toys’ that have to go with freediving, such as freedive fins, low profile masks, skin tight hydrophobic freedive suits etc. Free diving has developed into the team sports of underwater hockey and rugby.
There is an annual event of extreme
Seth Shumaker, Kirksville Missouri has more than 20 years of legal experience with concentration in areas of criminal law, personal injury, mass torts and class action. From 1990 to 2011, he was a solo practitioner. He has helped many clients receive justice which they justly deserve. He left no stone unturned in bringing a favorable outcome for his clients. His experience and legal knowledge were responsible for providing clients with excellent legal assistance. In 1982, he graduated from Kirksville Senior High School, Kirksville, Missouri. He was a bright student and graduated 3rd out of class of 182. He went on to study at Northeast Missouri State University (now Truman State University), Kirksville, Missouri. Seth Shumaker attorney received a Bachelor of Science Degree in Public Administration and graduated Magna Cum Laude. In 1989, he graduated from the University of Missouri-Columbia School of Law with Juris Doctor.
In his legal career, Seth Shumaker, Kirksville Missouri has worked with various organizations in different positions. From 1982-1986, he was a tutor at the American Government Classes at Northeast Missouri State University. He then worked as clerk with Gary Spaeth, Attorney at Law, Red Lodge, Montana for three years. He has also worked with Powell, Seitz, and Francke, Columbia, Missouri as a clerk. He worked with Carrie Francke in updating Missouri Law Enforcement Handbook. Mr. Seth Shumaker was Special Prosecuting Attorney at Adair County, Missouri in 2000.
For his excellent achievements, Seth Shumaker attorney has received various honors and praises. He won the Outstanding Young Man of America Award in 1986. He was listed in the National Dean’s List and was a Legislative Aide to Representative Estil Fretwell, Missouri General Assembly. He was admitted to the Missouri Bar and Wyoming Bar. From 2000-2006, Mr. Shumaker was among the Board of Directors, at the
It has been nine years since the first news of the Institute of Medicine reporting that 100,000 people were being killed unnecessarily in hospitals each year. Moreover, it has been almost three years since Healthgrades, a private hospital rating service, reported that the annual death toll was 195,000. There was a flurry of rhetoric coming from hospital public relations people about patient safety programs, yet the statistics kept getting worse. What’s more, during the last three years,
Florida and several other states passed laws cutting lawyers’ contingency fees by more than half on all medical malpractice cases. The same states passed laws requiring full disclosure of medical mistakes. No one thought to require full disclosure of dangerous conditions that increases the risk of falling victim to negligence, like a shortage of nursing staff, or equipment in disrepair. Thus, in the final analysis, hospitalization keeps getting more and more risky and victims have more difficulty in finding a lawyer.The most astounding aspect of hospital mistakes is the commonality of them. We continue to see the same mishaps in different hospitals all over the world. Thus we must conclude that there is a major flaw in hospital design whereby that there are conditions that lend themselves to acts of negligence. The key word is “avoidable”. The hospital executives like to use the term “unfortunate but unavoidable” because it absolves the institution of liability. Therefore, in this series we shall examine the most common hospital errors and their root causes.
The Universal Hospital/Medical Errors Errors of Commission: Overt acts that deviate from accepted standards such as:
1. Invasive blunders 2. Traumatic transfers 3. Misapplication of forceps 4. Administering harmful medication or treatment 5. Withholding medication or treatment 6. Physical abuse
Errors of Omission: Failure to provide services resulting in an adverse event:
1. Failure to take
Meditation is an activity that can helps people to achieve a sense of relaxation of the body after doing it. It can heighten the state of awareness. Frequent meditation can help to lesser restless thoughts and emotions and bring a sense of well-being to people. People will then be able to temporary get away from the outside world and enjoy themselves during meditating.
It is no doubts that the mind of people can easily affect body functions and chemical balance that could ensure us good health. The energy levels of a person will become disrupted when the mind are being disturbed by saddened feelings and thoughts, like resentment, anxiety and worry. This can leads to some symptoms of illness.
Practicing meditation can bring some advantages to people. This includes regulating of blood pressure, stimulating of blood circulation, alleviating pain, lowering and reducing of muscular tension and of course, slowing down hormonal activity.
Meditation is usually associated with an ascetic and spiritual lifestyle. There is no need to renounce any own beliefs. When ones is feeling down or has any problems with themselves, it is recommended for them to practice meditating as it will bring benefits to them mentally and physically in a way or another and to relief the stress in them and at the same time, improve ones health and sustained a sense of well-being.
However, before ones start meditating, it is important to establish the good habits first. This includes learning the appropriate and right posture and control of breath. Both of these factors are equally important in aiding concentration when the thoughts of ones start to wander during meditation. This is commonly seen in the earlier stage of meditating.
When ones start to meditate, the most difficult aspect is often keeping the mind quiet (quietening of mind).
A person who does medical transcription is also known as a medical transcriptionist or an MT. The equipment the MT uses is called a medical transcriber. The individual who works medical transcription ought to always be known as a “medical transcriptionist.” A medical transcriptionist is the person responsible for transforming the patient’s medical information in to textual content through recorded dictation. The term transcriber talks of the electronic devices employed in carrying out medical transcription, e.g., a cassette player with foot controls operated by the MT for report playback and transcribing. There has been industry discussions focused around whether or not medical transcriptionists could be known as something diffrent; no other industry-wide term has been implemented.
Education as well as training can be acquired via, certificates and also diploma programs, online learning, and / or on-the-job coaching provided in a few hospitals, although there are places currently employing transcriptionists that want 18 months to 2 years of professional MT education. Working in medical transcription creates a mastery in medical vocabulary and editing, MTs capability to listen and type in unison, using playback controls in the transcriber (device), and employ of feet pedal to play and adjust dictations – all while keeping a stable tempo of delivery.
Though medical transcription doesn’t mandate registration or certification, individual MTs may seek out registration/certification for private or professional reasons. Acquiring a certification through a medical transcription instruction program does not entitle an MT to make use of the name of Certified Medical Transcriptionist (CMT). The CMT credential is acquired by passing a accreditation assessment carried out solely by way of the Association for Healthcare Documentation Integrity (AHDI), earlier known as the American Association for Medical Transcription (AAMT), because the credentialing designation they created. AHDI also offers the abilities of Registered Medical Transcriptionist