Friday, November 6, 2009

Friday Fill-Ins#149 we go!

1. Plans and schedules for next week includes setting up my new blog, going to SSS and enroll for self-employed status, pay Philhealth premiums .

2. I'm happy when things are happening as I planned it, well sometimes if it didn't happened as I want it I'm still ok.

3. The last thing I drank was herbal tea .

4. One of the most valuable things in my life is my faith.

5. I like plenty of toppings on my pizza.

6. Dear November please make my friend JennyL's birthday happy on the 16th.

7. And as for the weekend, tonight I'm looking forward to finishing my tasks early, tomorrow my plans include going to market and grocery with my kids and Sunday, I want to leave everything behind and concentrate on our Sunday service!


Medical Legal Illustration

I’ve been using the PC for almost 20 hours a day and most of the times I feel pain in my wrist due to constant typing and manipulation of mouse. It’s not new to me as I’ve been a constant user of computer ever since I graduated from college. I’ve graduated with a course in computer engineering so it follows that every job I take me always have a PC as my working tool. I even had a job which requires me to work sometimes on a straight 72 hours with just meals and one hour sleep as break from using PC. It was hard on your back and on your wrist plus a lot of deprivation in sleep. I was just lucky that I didn’t develop a wrist problem which is so much like arthritis.

I was even warned by my sister years ago that research has found a certain ailment which is made worse by severe misuse of our wrist like using it in a wrong position of keyboards in computer. Her officemate has been diagnosed having a Carpal Tunnel Syndrome and she was advised to rest her wrist as her sickness might worsen if she’ll not heed the advice. Their office alarmingly changed the position in each computer they have because their doctor confirmed that wrong positioning of wrist while typing will worsen the newly found ailment. It’s best to rule out all possibilities of having it.

Nowadays medical professionals find it easy to discuss to their patients the theories and facts about sickness and diseases by way of using medical visual aids Medical Legal Illustration. MediVisuals made it possible for medical experts to inform and guide their patients through medical legal illustrations for various medical reasons. It greatly helps in determining the extent of injuries for workers’ cases, injury lawsuits and other cases where medical illustrations are needed. It facilitates a better understanding of a more detailed inside view of the human’s body and an accurate medical conditions that can be use to settle arguments.


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Work-At-Home Mom who quit years of corporate life to take care three kids full time. Fond of cooking, reading books and determined to master housekeeping. Created this blog to share about career, job, human resource, hobbies, sports and travel

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