Hensley is a senior oral board examiner for the American Board of Anesthesiology that grants board certification. Dr. Hensley earned a bachelor degree in biology from The University of Scranton and his medical degree from Pennsylvania State University.
The potential for heavy snow this week has prompted a WINTER STORM WATCH Monday night through Wednesday morning for practically all of our region. Snow will begin to move in south of I 90 Monday night and spread across the region by Tuesday morning. A region of heavy snow appears likely to form somewhere between Hamilton and Polson Tuesday.
Foles asked for his release from the Rams after they moved to Los Angeles and drafted Jared Goff No. 1, one pick ahead of Wentz. Foles seriously considered hanging up the cleats before Andy Reid who drafted him in third round in Philadelphia in 2012 persuaded him to join the Kansas City Chiefs as a backup to Alex Smith..
Like muscles, bones need repeated stress to stay strong. Impact sports like soccer and dodgeball deliver enough stress to strengthen bones. A recent study showed that soccer player have much higher muscle strength and bone density than inactive people and even better strength than people who just run.
There’s really not a comparable for 6 1, 240 coming off the edge in the NFL. The Lions listed 37 year old Dwight Freeney at 6 1, 268 this season. When Freeney came out of Syracuse in 2002, he weighed 266. It took just 10 minutes from start to finish.The drill, which was partially staged in an amusement park, was one of dozens held across Japan in recent months, with the majority taking place in smaller communities, due to the logistical challenges of staging a missile attack simulation in a large city.Around 35 million people live in the greater Tokyo area, which has PAC 3 Patriot missile defense systems in place. But those systems have a mixed track record, even under test conditions.Toshiko Matsumoto, a Tokyo resident who participated in the drill, told CNN that given last year string of North Korean missile launches, he wanted to “be ready if a missile comes.”Japan first missile drill was held last March in Oga, a small fishing and agricultural community on the Japanese island of Hokkaido.But there was something of an unplanned drill earlier this month, too, when public broadcaster NHK sent out an erroneous alert saying North Korea had launched a ballistic missile.The message, received by phone users with the NHK app installed on their devices, read: “NHK news alert. North Korea likely to have launched missile.