Monday, March 05, 2007

My Boobs Look Funny

I jumped out of the shower at the gym this morning to find that I had either forgotten my regular bra or managed to lose it somewhere on the street/elevator. Thus, I'm stuck wearing the not-exactly-freshly-washed sports bra all day. I hereby declare today the Day of the Uniboob, and establish a 5-foot olfactory security perimeter around my person.


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This Thursday will be the official launch of the CoverTN program which will provide health care coverage to uninsured Tennesseans. The program launched by Governor Phil Bredesen which also extends to uninsured workers is detailed in the following media advisory released by the Governor's Communications Office on Wednesday:

WHO: Governor Phil Bredesen, Legislative Leaders, Small Business Owners and Employees

WHAT: Formal Launch of CoverTN

WHEN: Thursday, March 8, 2007

2 p.m. CST

WHERE: Maggie's Arcade Grill - 225 4th Avenue N. - Nashville

CoverTN will provide $150 in average premiums with a 10 percent cap on premium increases. The $150 premium under the insurance program will share that cost burden equally between the individual, employer, and the state.

The program marks the leadership of Governor Bredesen as it received bipartisan support in the state legislature in the 2006 General Assembly.

CONGRESSMAN BART GORDON ADVANCES TO IMPROVE WOMEN'S HEALTH CARE, SCIENCE AGENDA Congressman Bart Gordon has made immediate plans as chairman of the influential Science and Technology Committee in the 110th Congress to introduce legislation to improve women's health care and American competitiveness in scientific research.

What will be introduced as HR 1237, the Cytology Proficiency Improvement Act, promotes patient safety and encouraging medical proficiency. The bill will replace several conditions stated in original 1998 legislation- conditions which were not implemented until 2005 and conditions which were clearly "outdated" by then.

The provisions of the Cytology Proficiency Improvement Act would require continuing medical education for the welfare of women patients in gynecological settings. Individuals working in labs examining Pap test results would be allowed to test their skills in a non-punitive environment and lab directors would be given guidelines to assess personnel skills.

In a statement released March 1st, Congressman Gordon said, "We owe it to these women to ensure that lab personnel are trained to read these tests properly."

Other bills passed by the Science and Technology Committee under Congressman Gordon's leadership were HR 362, HR 363, and HR 364 promote science, math, engineering, and energy research.[1]

6:06 PM  

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