Typically, a paper submitted to a journal is screened by its editors to determine if it meets formalistic technical requirements, and then it is forwarded to so-called “thought-leaders,” who have a few weeks to provide comments. Their feedback allows editors to make a preliminary decision about a paper's potential value. The authors may be given a chance to revise the paper, with the revisions again reviewed again by the external experts. Under optimal circumstances, the peer-review process takes several weeks. However, depending on the demands made by the reviewers, this could take much longer. … [Read more...] about Gargling Marijuana?
Daily horoscope cancer
“I was riding my bicycle home from the swimming pool where I swam almost daily, and a car coming from the other direction turned left in front of me and cut me off. I do not remember what happened next, but I fell to the ground hitting my head on the curb of the sidewalk. I was not wearing a helmet, so the impact of my head on the cement must have been considerable. I was able to get up, but the paramedics noticed that one of my eyes had started blinking erratically, so they decided to take me to a local hospital. The MRI showed that a hematoma had developed in my brain; I underwent surgery to remove it, but a second MRI showed that I had another hematoma developing deeper in my brain, so I underwent another brain surgery. After that second surgery, I was in a coma for six weeks.” … [Read more...] about Living Purposefully After Trauma