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Loneliness Haunts Us in 3 Life Eras, Study Finds

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Dec. 20, 2018 — Contrary to stereotype, loneliness doesn’t just affect older adults, and it is more common than believed, according to a new study. As many as 76% of the 340 people in the study seemed to have moderate to severe loneliness, says senior author Dilip Jeste, MD, …

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How to Avoid Burnout at Work and Stay Motivated on the Job

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How to Avoid Burnout at Work and Stay Motivated on the Job | Chris Kresser Like what you’re reading? Get FREE updates sent to your inbox. I hate spam too. Your email is safe with me. By signing up, you agree to our privacy policy. By signing up, you agree …

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Breaking Financial Stress With Krisstina Wise

Breaking Financial Stress to Create Wealth and Wellth for Life With Krisstina Wise

215: Breaking Financial Stress to Create Wealth and Wellth for Life With Krisstina Wise &nbsp Today we deviate a bit from our normal topics but it’s one that I think is equally important — our financial health. Krisstina Wise is a real estate mogul, a millionaire coach, and the creator …

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VA has yet to detail criteria for community care

Six months after Congress passed a sweeping bill aimed at streamlining and expanding the private sector’s role in veterans’ healthcare, the Veterans Affairs Department has yet to disclose the criteria it will use to send a veteran out to a community physician or hospital. These criteria, or “designated access standards” …

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What Is Empty Nose Syndrome?

Imagine feeling like you’re suffocating every minute of the day. No matter how big a breath you take, you still feel like you can’t get enough air. This is the reality for people suffering from empty nose syndrome (ENS), a complication of nose or sinus surgery. Despite the condition …

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Rush expands in Chicago’s western suburbs

Rush is expanding its footprint in Chicago’s western suburbs with the opening of its latest outpatient center on Jan. 2. Located at 2011 York Road in Oak Brook, Ill., the facility is a joint venture between the academic health system and Midwest Orthopaedics at Rush, one of the largest orthopedic …

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Prenatal Vitamin D Deficiency Linked to Schizophrenia Risk

Despite being simple and inexpensive to address, vitamin D deficiency is epidemic around the world, and evidence suggests vitamin D deficiency during pregnancy plays an important role in the development of several chronic health problems, and raises the risk of complications for the mother as well. For example, research1 …

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HealthCare.gov sign-ups come up nearly 400,000 short

Almost 8.5 million people enrolled in health insurance through the federal HealthCare.gov exchange during this year’s open enrollment, despite the absence of the individual mandate and easier access to skimpier but cheaper coverage outside of the exchanges. The near-final tally fell short of last year’s sign-ups by about 4.2%, or …

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Butterbur for Migraines, Allergies and Other Benefits

Butterbur (Petasites hybridus), which is also known as “European butterbur” in North America, is a perennial herbal shrub that belongs to the Asteraceae family. It can be found growing along rivers, ditches and marshy areas in Asia, Europe and parts of North America.1 Its name was derived from its large …

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Today’s Stronger Pot Is More Addictive

MONDAY, Dec. 17, 2018 (HealthDay News) — Pot’s increasing potency could make it more likely that toking will interfere with users’ lives, a new study argues. Compared to pot of the 1990s, today’s marijuana contains significantly higher levels of THC, the chemical compound that causes intoxication, the research team …

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