William Saito has commented on his opinion on the Fukushima disaster and its impact on the security industry. He was one of the key executives tasked by the government to investigate the disaster and find answers to why it happened. He relates this experience as life changing. He notes how there were several things that several sectors could have done differently but didn’t. His idea was that a sense of normalcy occurred.
He described this normalcy as the enemy to well-being. William Saito compares it to the Titanic. In the titanic, engineers brought up the fact that the boat had several weakness. A false sense of perfection took over the minds of those in charge of giving orders, however. If precaution was important and every detail was taken into account, Titanic and Fukushima would not have happened. William Saito had to devise a security infrastructure for the investigation and relates his opinions with being cautious to his role in his job.
He says that every risk must be taken into account. Yet, he knows that he can only take risks in which he is able to afford losing. He advocates being cautious and through a good security system, maintaining an infrastructure that is user friendly and strong. He does not advocate taking care to make sure that there is not one part of the system that is impervious to any single mistake. William Saito admits a company is run by humans after all. Yet, he encourages a system to be built in which if one sector fails, another backup is in place.
For example, he advocates being forthright with employers in security breaches. He wants a policy in place to where employees can be honest about their mistakes and not feel that they will lose their jobs if they admit they made a mistake that can put their company in danger. William Saito sees the company as run by imperfect people, and policies should not punish employees for inevitable mistakes.
William Saito was born on March 23rd, 1971. Born in LA, he grew up through the time computers were making advancements. He developed software while still in high school and started his own company in the dorm room of his university. He later sold it to Microsoft. His work is important in the field of translation and fingerprint recognition technology.
Based out of Eatontown, New Jersey, Dr. Saad Saad is a retired pediatric surgeon with over 40 years of experience in his career. The talented doctor has changed the lives of near countless children by performing thousands of complicated procedures that are sometimes even life-saving. Additionally, Dr. Saad Saad has taken 8 mission trips to Jerusalem to perform procedures on children in the area who would not have the financial ability for medical assistance. His dedication to children is not limited just to his patients in the United States and he treats them all with the compassion and respect they deserve. Incidentally, he works with children of all ages from infants to teenagers.
At the K Hovnanian Children’s Hospital in New Jersey, Dr. Saad Saad was the Co-Medical Director and Surgeon-in-Chief before his retirement in his 70’s. His numerous achievements include having 2 patents under his belt for inventions, the creation of new surgical procedures, and both the Patients’ Choice Award and Compassionate Doctor Recognition granted by Vitals. These acknowledgments were given to Dr. Saad Saad based on what his own patients and their families had to say about his fantastic work and caring attitude towards the children in his care.
Dr. Saad Saad has always been passionate about his work and love for children. Furthermore, his deep sense of caring and compassion was deeply instilled in him by his mentor, Dr. H Biemann Othersen, during his residency at the Medical University of South Carolina. Through him, he learned the importance of hard work, kindness, and honesty. Of equal importance, he was taught that all children are equal no matter who their parents are, what they’re capable of, and what their religion and color are. Dr. Saad Saad also stresses the importance of his values to his medical team and they treat every child that comes into their practice with the respect, compassion, and empathy they would expect their own family to be treated with. Learn more: https://www.meridianhealth.com/location/meridian-faculty-pediatric-surgery-eatontown/index.aspx
Dr. Saad Saad is a Palestinian refugee who was raised in Kuwait with his parents and his 7 brothers and sisters. Oddly enough, he made the decision to go into medicine after watching his engineer brothers work in the sweltering heat in Kuwait as engineers. Even though he originally wanted to be an engineer during his high school years, a big factor in his decision to become a surgeon was his desire to work in an air-conditioned room. Despite being raised an impoverished refugee, he managed to finish medical school at Cairo University in 1971 and has 2 fellowships through the American Academy of Pediatrics and the American College of Surgeons. He is board certified in pediatric surgery in the United States as well as being accredited by the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada in Pediatric and General Surgery.
September has been a good month for Dr. David Samadi as he announced plans to launch a live broadcast named “Sunday Housecall with Dr. David Samadi.” The program will air live on Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, or Dr.SamadiTV.com; as a result, the live broadcast will reach a broad audience. Viewers of the program will enjoy the informative program every Sunday starting at 12:30 pm ET.
Dr. David Samadi will host the program which will be home to specialists from the medical, health, and wellness areas. In fact, Dr. David Samadi is currently in search of distinguished professionals from the mentioned fields to be part of his soon-to-be-launched live broadcast. The best panelists for the program are those who have developed a peer-reviewed health or medical product, authored a book promoting health, or knowledgeable in matters health and wellness. To be part of “Sunday Housecall with Dr. David Samadi,” interested people can contact his office through the telephone number 212-365-5000.
Viewers of the program will benefit from the show which will be the go-to broadcast regarding all matters health. Dr. David Samadi and the show’s panelists will discuss health issues touching on both genders, exercise, healthy eating habits, food, common medical conditions, sexual health, prostate health, and any recent developments in the field of medicine. The viewers are free to call in or email asking whatever health questions they have. Dr. David Samadi and his guests will strive to answer all questions directed to them during the show. People whose questions fail to get a response during the show assured of a reaction from an experienced physician after the live broadcast.
Who is Dr. David Samadi and why does he qualify to host such a live show? Dr. Samadi is a qualified medical practitioner with many years of practice. He a board-certified urologist interested in the diagnosis and treatment of urologic diseases such as prostate cancer kidney cancer, and bladder cancer among other urologic conditions. While there various ways of managing urologic diseases, Dr. Samadi specializes in laparoscopic radical prostatectomy and laparoscopic robotic radical prostatectomy which offer minimally invasive alternatives for treating prostate cancer. Presently, Dr. Samadi is the Chairman of Urology and Chief of Robotic Surgery at Lenox Hill Hospital based in New York.
Dr. Samadi is a graduate of Biochemistry from Stony Brook University. He later earned his M.D from S.U.N.Y, Stony Brook School of Medicine. Dr. Samadi is also an alumnus of Montefiore Medical Center and Albert Einstein College of Medicine.
Every day, we are more aware of the importance of smiling in our lives. Not only because it is synonymous with good health or correct oral hygiene, but also because of its repercussion in practically every aspect of our day-to-day life, from the workplace to romance, to any situation in which the way we present ourselves is key, and our teeth are our best introductory card.
The dentists at MB2 Dental know the concerns that have been created around the aesthetics of our oral cavity and, therefore, they propose a series of ideas to take care of a smile. The simple fact of smiling, even if it is timid, brings many benefits on a personal and relational level. And it is not the same to show health as to teach the world the precarious oral hygiene that you carry out. We at MB2 Dental know that oral health is a fundamental pillar always accompanied by regular visits to the dental clinic.
Taking Care Of Everything
It is undeniable that the physical aspect affects in many important situations of our life. The importance of the image grows as time passes. The fashion industry and cosmetic surgery are in their golden age, and the options we have are either to settle and live with a bad face or try to get the best of ourselves. However, there is the possibility of taking care of ourselves in a way that our physical appearance is improved not only without damaging our health but improving it considerably. For this, there are three infallible tips, exercise, healthy eating, and care and caring for our teeth. The last two are clearly beneficial to our dental health, but today we will focus on the second and its effect on our image, and in MB2 Dental, we are dentists that care for every single customer as a special case.
MB2 Dental have created a clinic of dental practice, which puts your smile as the center of attention, attending every patient’s needs in a safe, professional and reliable environment. Customers love the results that you can get with the combination of our advanced technology and experience. They are a group of professionals of the oral health, graduated in prestigious schools worldwide dedicated to passionate way for years to the dentistry. They are committed to carrying out their work, with excellent quality, with the best dental materials, at a fair price, adapted to every client’s possibilities.
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