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Nursing Isn’t Just A Noble Job: It’s Also Potentially Lucrative

17 Apr, 2018

More than a third of all jobs that the American economy will likely add in the next 10 years fall under healthcare and social services. For many, nursing is the opportunity of a lifetime.

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Exercising Doesn’t Just Help You: It May Also Benefit Offspring

11 Apr, 2018

Exercising is obviously important for you to feel good and stay healthy, but a surprising new study shows that it may benefit your unborn offspring as well.

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Your Childhood Friends Are Still Protecting Your Health

02 Apr, 2018

All that time you spent with your friends as a child might still be impacting your life in a positive way today, as researchers find that youth friendships can be a health protectant.

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What Are “Smart Pills?”

14 Mar, 2018

Many pundits believe that so-called “smart pills” will be a major treatment option in the near future, even potentially replacing some traditional diagnostic methods. So, what are “smart pills,” anyway?

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There’s No Denying It: Our Healthcare System Is In Trouble

28 Feb, 2018

Our healthcare system is in trouble, and Urgent 9 founder Dr. Manuel Momjian believes that it’s up to doctors to shoulder the responsibility of discovering a better way forward for patients.

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Can Money Buy Happiness?

22 Feb, 2018

Does money buy happiness? Purdue University researchers can claim after an exhaustive study to be able to answer that question, and the results might surprise you.

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Smokers And Drinkers Who Like Hot Tea Have Increased Cancer Risk

07 Feb, 2018

A new study in the Annals of Internal Medicine has potentially devastating news for people who smoke cigarettes or drink alcohol every day… and also drink hot tea. Their risk for cancer appears increased.

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“Souping” Is The Hottest New Diet Trend Of 2018

30 Jan, 2018

Dieting fads come and go, but one of 2018’s most talked about new food trends might actually be good for you. It’s called “souping”, and we’re breaking down why it can work.

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Is Loneliness A Public Health Crisis?

23 Jan, 2018

Various studies have shown that feeling lonely — and living alone — can raise your risk of a premature death. Now, the UK is leading the world in an effort to reduce its citizens’ loneliness.

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Have You Had Your Hearing Checked Lately?

16 Jan, 2018

Hearing loss is an incredibly common age-related condition, but we don’t talk enough about what can be done to protect and preserve your hearing as you get older.

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