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Six Fun and Helpful Hobbies to Reduce Your Daily Stress

You’ve got a busy work schedule, tons of family responsibilities, and a lot of other personal matters to take care of—and sometimes, it just gets tough. The busier you get, the harder it is to find free time to do things you genuinely enjoy. However, having time to get into your hobbies is essential not …

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Rare Diseases are not as Rare as You Think, But Diagnosis Continue to Stall

Around the world, it is estimated that more than 300 million are living with rare diseases. Yet, patients wait for far too long, often years, to receive the right diagnosis and start life-saving treatment. The Prevalence of Rare Diseases Their definitions vary by region but, in the United States, rare diseases affect less than 200,000 …

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Gum and Dental Care for Your Baby: It Starts on Their First Week of Life

Babies are born with a complete set of upper and lower teeth, which stay hidden in their gums until it’s ready to come out. This is why gum care and tooth care in children should start as early as the first week of life. Cleaning the gums is just as important as brushing the teeth; …

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Trends in Senior Care to Watch out for This 2021

No industry was left unscathed by the havoc that the COVID-19 crisis wreaked. Countless stories both in the media and in real life show the heavy toll the pandemic placed on healthcare workers, healthcare facility workers, and everyone working in the medical industry. The senior-care industry is no exception, but thankfully, home-care services across the United States remain …

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Substance Epidemic Within the COVID-19 Pandemic: The State of Substance Action During the Health Crisis

While everyone has been so focused on the COVID-19 pandemic, the substance overdose epidemic has reached record highs, including deaths. Even before COVID-19, substance overdose deaths in the U.S. have risen to 70,980 in 2019, a 4.6% increase in 2018. Health officials already expected that these figures will increase as the overdose death rate climbed …

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The Anger Management Menu: What to Eat and What to Avoid

In a survey by the National Public Radio, 84 percent of the respondents believe that Americans are angrier now than generations ago. Meanwhile, 42 percent stated that they personally feel angrier than they were years back. People get angry for various reasons. But in the digital age where anyone can post whatever they want online, …

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