PRWeb Published 3:00 pm CDT, Thursday, June 13, 2019 Photo: PRWeb Photo: PRWeb Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 Photo: PRWeb What Does Sciatica Mean and Why is it Often Misunderstood? 1 / 1 Back to Gallery Interventional Pain Management Specialist Dr. Kaliq Chang with Atlantic Spine Center explains symptoms and treatment of widely misunderstood cause of back pain. WEST ORANGE, N.J. (PRWEB) June 13, 2019 Many people with back pain that radiates down their legs know they’re experiencing sciatica. But what does sciatica actually mean? The term itself is widely misunderstood and so are its treatments, according to Kaliq Chang, MD, double board-certified in interventional … [Read more...] about What Does Sciatica Mean and Why is it Often Misunderstood?
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Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page Jaclyn Reiss Globe Staff April 11, 2019 If you’re one of the many people around the region who rely on Stop & Shop for groceries, the news that Stop & Shop union workers walked off the job on Thursday might have left you scratching your head. About 31,000 workers, unhappy with contract negotiations with the company, last month authorized their labor leaders to call for a work stoppage. And on Thursday, union workers made good on that threat by leaving at 1 p.m.But what does all of this mean for the average Stop & Shop customer? Here, we take a look at some immediate questions that shoppers may have. How is my store affected? Advertisement The Globe is still working to determine which locations are specifically affected. However, if your store is located in Massachusetts, Rhode Island, or Connecticut, there is a good chance your local Stop … [Read more...] about What the Stop & Shop walkout means for customers
Just 10 years ago, the term “sustainable seafood” was pretty esoteric, and even if a consumer cared about the health of our oceans and seafood populations, it was difficult to determine which fish were safe to eat. We’ve come a long way, baby. Particularly in the Twin Cities. Restaurants, retail outlets and consumers are increasingly savvy about which fish to eat, which to avoid, and even best practices in growing and harvesting seafood. Chefs, like Tim McKee of sustainability-focused Octo Fishbar in St. Paul, are leading the charge to change the culture in restaurants, and Twin Cities retail outlets like Coastal Seafoods, Almanac Fish and even grocery stores like Lunds and Byerlys and Kowalski’s are going out of their way to source their fish sustainably. So how do you know a fish is sustainably caught or raised? What does that even mean? The answer is incredibly complicated. A MOVEMENT The larger movement toward sustainable seafood and cleaner oceans started … [Read more...] about Twin Cities are more savvy about sustainable seafood, but what does that mean? It’s complicated
What can affected flyers do? Chris McGinnis Updated 4:50 pm PDT, Wednesday, March 13, 2019 Southwest Airlines is waiving change fees and fare differences for those booked on MAX 8 jets like this one Southwest Airlines is waiving change fees and fare differences for those booked on MAX 8 jets like this one Photo: David Koenig / Associated Press Photo: David Koenig / Associated Press Image 1 of / 39 Caption Close Image 1 of 39 Southwest Airlines is waiving change fees and fare differences for those booked on MAX 8 jets like this one Southwest Airlines is waiving change fees and fare differences for those booked on MAX 8 jets like this one Photo: David Koenig / Associated Press What does the Boeing 737 MAX … [Read more...] about What does the Boeing 737 MAX grounding in the US mean for your next trip?
Italians love the World Cup, even when they're not in it 'Mondiali' (World Cup) was the single most searched term in 2018, despite the fact that Italy failed to qualify for football's biggest contest. It also topped the list of events searched for in what was an exceptionally eventful year: Italians looked up the World Cup more than they searched for the general election or the disastrous collapse of Genoa's Morandi Bridge. The Italian internet is morbidly curious Four of the top five most searched names were famous figures who died this year: Italian-born businessman Sergio Marchionne, formerly of Fiat Chrysler; Fabrizio Frizzi, TV presenter and national treasure (as well as the voice of the Italian Woody in the dubbed versions of Toy Story); Swedish DJ Avicii, dead at 28; and Davide Astori, the Fiorentina footballer who died suddenly of a suspected heart attack. The only living member of the top five was Cristiano Ronaldo, who joined Turin's own Juventus in … [Read more...] about ‘What does sexist mean?’: What Italy Googled most in 2018