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Month: January 2018

Learn More About Proton Therapy for Cancer

January 30, 2018

Most people dread getting a diagnosis of cancer but every year millions of people are. In 2014, it was estimated that there were about 14,738,719 people were struggling with cancer, according to the National Institutes of Health’s National Cancer Institute. According to them, data from between 2012 and 2014, showed that nearly 38.5% of all […]

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5 Tips for Managing Anger in the Workplace

January 29, 2018

Knowing how to handle anger in the workplace and successfully managing anger in the work place go hand in hand. Workplace stress and workplace burnout can definitely lead to anger in the workplace. Workplace stress is responsible for about one million people missing work each and every day, while two-thirds say work has impacted their […]

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Understanding the Struggle of Pain Pill Addiction

January 29, 2018

Most addictions start with a pain pill addiction. Many people do not understand, as they believe that we lose ourselves and one day decide to pick up a needle for the first time, but most addictions begin at that appointment with your physician with a simple pill addiction that would have never started if other […]

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How to Achieve Elderly Independence Despite Limited Mobility

January 23, 2018

Limited mobility does not mean that you have to be restrained to your household at all times. Many seniors believe that their mobility diagnosis means that they can no longer leave the house, operate a vehicle, or remain independent. This is not the case. There are many methods to improving elderly independence and mobility, despite […]

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Exploring 3 Common Reasons For Tooth Extractions

January 23, 2018

More than half of the adult U.S. population surveyed over age 50 agree that a smile is the one physical feature that stays the most attractive as we age, according to a survey by the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry. But keeping your smile intact takes hard work, dedication, and regular trips to the dentist. […]

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Clinical Trials From Initial Testing Phases to Determining Chance Results

January 22, 2018

Medical research studies are vital to the health care system. Clinical drug development relies on these studies in order to test the safety and efficacy of new medications and treatment protocols. When a clinical study is conducted, researchers are able to determine whether experimental drugs or treatments have side effects and to what extent. It […]

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Workplace Stress The Importance of Regular Sleep and Other Types of Self-Care

January 19, 2018

Being and staying healthy can make a significant difference in a person’s overall state-of-mind and quality of life. When people have stressful jobs combined with not sleeping well, they may experience even more stress and anxiety. As a result, many of these individuals will call in sick or take a “mental health day” in order […]

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Frequently Asked Questions About Endodontics

January 19, 2018

Going to the dental office can make some people nervous, especially if you?re headed there for endodontic services like a root canal or tooth removal. One way to make it easier for yourself is to know what you can expect from dentistry in general, but also what will happen during a specific procedure. If you?re […]

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Getting the Right Medical Care as Soon as Possible Is Essential

January 18, 2018

Lots of rest. Orange juice. Chicken noodles soup. When cold and flu season hits, many Americans rely on the the comforts of home cooked chicken noodle soup, plenty of Vitamin C, and getting as much sleep as possible. Unfortunately, home remedies are often no match for the health problems that some face. If, for instance, […]

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Five Possible Safety Risks to Look for in a New House

January 16, 2018

Moving into a new house can be exciting. You are getting to know not only your new residence, but also the nearby location. You are designing the house to meet your personality and living needs. You are slowly turning the new house into your personal place of relaxation. However, moving into a new house also […]

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