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Coconut Milk: This Is Your Comprehensive Guide

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When tax forms don’t tell the whole story of community benefits

Her inhaler was always nearby in case she had an asthma attack, resting by her pillow every night. Asthma was holding the fifth-grader back in school, putting her aspirations to be a writer and an artist further out of reach. Multiple visits to the emergency room took her away from …

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How to Simplify Christmas (& Enjoy It) This Year

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Let’s face it, while the movies portray images of happy families laughing around the kitchen table or in front of the fireplace during the Christmas season, often moms end up more stressed out and busier than ever. I know I fall into the trap, and each year I have to try …

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Keck Medicine’s Jackiewicz talks expansion, bundled payments

Aiming to get ahead of the curve rather than be left behind, Thomas Jackiewicz is pushing Keck Medicine of USC to fully embrace bundled payments and the move to value. He’s also positioning the system to expand, both in Southern California and beyond. Jackiewicz has served as senior vice president …

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It’s time for a new Hill-Burton plan to re-invent healthcare

When World War II ended in 1945, and the U.S. turned its attention to the homefront, healthcare was high on the nation’s agenda. Gripping stories appeared in newspapers of returning service members suffering from a lack of access to care. At the time, many hospitals across the country were “too …

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Psychology Around the Net: December 15, 2018

Would you be more successful if you had a pet? Why does visiting a place from your past bring back more vivid memories? Does a significant salary difference matter when it comes to the success of a relationship? Let’s find out all and more in this week’s Psychology Around the …

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Insurers want to lead if CMS pilots payments for housing

Health plans argue they are the best group to manage and receive funding from the CMS if it decides to pay for housing, transportation and other social determinants of health. HHS Secretary Alex Azar shook up the industry when he remarked last month that the agency is putting together a …

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Restaurants Banning Cellphones During Meals

As presented in the featured video, restaurants in the U.S., as well as a major chain in the U.K., are restricting cellphone use as a means of promoting real-life social connections over the use of social media while dining out. Sadly, it’s becoming increasingly rare to see couples, families and …

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Post-traumatic stress disorder, obsessive-compulsive disorder, and anxiety disorders are all positively associated with high levels of inflammation markers in the blood, according to new research. : Health

The title of the post is a copy and paste from the first paragraph of the linked academic press release here: Post-traumatic stress disorder, obsessive-compulsive disorder, and anxiety disorders are all positively associated with high levels of inflammation markers in the blood, according to new research published in the journal …

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Using remote surveillance to treat sepsis patients early – Modern Healthcare Transformation Hub

Hospitals have a hard time meeting the CMS’ sepsis treatment requirements. The national average compliance rate for the Severe Sepsis and Septic Shock Early Management Bundle is barely 50%, according to the most recent data on Hospital Compare. The measure was adopted in July 2015 to improve hospitals’ identification and …

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