Monthly Archives: August 2010


So my new cardiologist ordered a test called a Tilt Table Test, also known as a head-up tilt test. The principle is that they strap you to a table in the flat (horizontal) position and monitor your heart rate and … Continue reading

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The happy accident – that’s what serendipity is, and I’ve had more than my fair share when it comes to researching my new novel project. I started off by asking a friend of mine for help picking a geographic region … Continue reading

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Construction Update

Muse Medicine now has it’s own spot again. You can access it either via the links at the top of this page or directly at . RSS feed subscription is available, so feel free to sign up that way. … Continue reading

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Summer Construction

Ohio is the land of orange barrels in the summer. If we have a stretch of highway longer than a mile, chances are it will be under construction between May and September at least once. A couple of readers have … Continue reading

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On Research

So yesterday I put down the “fun” project I’d been working on for the last couple of weeks (it hit 19.3k before I stopped). It’s still fun, and it’s actually not a bad story at all, but I felt I … Continue reading

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