5 Skin Care Tips for Busy Moms

When it comes to looking beautiful, caring for your skin is one of the most important responsibilities you have. But as a busy mother who is constantly tending to the needs of your children, finding time to care for your skin can feel impossible. Luckily, it doesn’t have to be. Try These Simple Skin Care Tips It’s easy to ignore skin care, but it’s something that needs regular attention. Your skin is shedding cells every minute of every day. So even if it feels healthy today, your ...
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5 reasons why physicians are prized financial targets

Doctors are notoriously bad with money.  Part of this has to do with the fact that the schools that prepare our future doctors are ill equipped to teach them about money.  When I was a fourth-year medical student, my school had a financial group come and talk to us about money.  Not only was their advice […] Find jobs at Careers by Search thousands of physician, PA, NP, and CRNA jobs now. Learn more.
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3 Tips for Better Communication During Difficult Conversations

Don’t make things harder than they have to be. Communication is one of the core elements of healthy relationships, which is why learning how to improve your communication skills is critical. Effective communication can stop arguments before they start, help you overcome misunderstandings, and leave nothing in the way of confusion about what you and your partner want or need. One of the most upsetting feelings you could ever experience when you’re in a relationship or marriage is when you feel ...
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VISION BOARDS FOR PREGNANCY VISUALIZATION Pregnancy visualization can be a very effective technique. Have you thought about what can help you with visualizing your baby and attracting what you want into your life? Vision boards can help.Some years back, when Oprah did a show on "The Secret" and it was all the rage, she had on a panel of women who were discussing how to get what you want in life. The title of the show was "The Secret Behind the Secret" and it featured Louise Hay, Martha ...
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Can relationship anarchy create a world without heartbreak?

Can you imagine a world without heartbreak? Not without sadness, disappointment or regret – but a world without the sinking, searing, all-consuming ache of lost love. A world without heartbreak is also a world where simple acts cannot be transformed, as if by sorcery, into moments of sublime significance. Because a world without heartbreak is a world without love – isn't it?More precisely, it might be a world without love's most adulated form: romantic love. For many people, romantic love is the...
Tags: Psychology, Gender, Marriage, Sex, Relationships, Love, Friendship, Trust, Happiness, Communication, Feminism, Innovation, Gender Equality, Nordgren, Dorothy Tennov, Andie Nordgren

When consumerism and convenience goes wild for no good reason

I have received several phone calls in the last few weeks from young adults requesting information about their last vaccinations. They are traveling to areas of the world that suggest or require certain vaccines and do not remember if they had them or not. Others are applying for positions of employment which require travel and […] Find jobs at Careers by Search thousands of physician, PA, NP, and CRNA jobs now. Learn more.
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Immensely Disturbed by Violence in Media

Recently, a friend went on about how much she enjoyed horror films. I’ve always hated them, but found myself unusually disturbed by her enthusiastic interest. It wasn’t that I was scared or found such movies gross, I simply cannot cope with the fact she could gleefully watch people die in horrific ways. This spread beyond the horror genre, to the point I completely stopped watching movies or shows and playing games, or really indulging in anything, that featured violence or death in any way. I u...
Tags: Psychology, Media, Anxiety, Trauma, Violence, Horror Movies

Study shows paramedics can safely assess psychiatric patients’ medical condition in the field

Emergency medical personnel in Alameda County, California, use a screening process for determining whether to "medically clear" patients experiencing psychiatric emergencies before transporting them.
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Critically ill children experience muscle atrophy within one week of mechanical ventilation

Children with life-threatening respiratory failure who require mechanical ventilation in a pediatric intensive care unit commonly experience rapid muscle atrophy, according to a study published online Dec. 19, 2018, in PLOS ONE.
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Traditional and new imaging methods used for prostate cancer diagnosis

Prostate cancer is the second prevent type of cancer that exists. Prostate cancer is usually a slowly progressing disease but it can sometimes manifest as an aggressive cancer. Prostate imaging is the primary way to diagnose the disease and this necessity drives its demand in the clinic.
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A physician’s defense of active income

There are many blog posts, books, and podcasts out in the world celebrating “passive” income. I’ve even got a partner blog in the WCI Network completely dedicated to passive income. It’s time somebody stood up for the other side — active or earned income. Is it really all that bad to have earned income? Of course not. […] Find jobs at Careers by Search thousands of physician, PA, NP, and CRNA jobs now. Learn more.
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The Surprising Meaning of Loneliness and How to Beat it

Loneliness is a common condition affecting around one in three adults.   The prevalence of loneliness has also increased over the past few decades. Compared to the 1980s, the number of people living alone in the US has increased by about one-third. When Americans were asked about the number of people that they can confide in, the number dropped from three in 1985 to two in 2004.  In the UK, 21% to 31% of people report that they feel lonely some of the time, and surveys in other parts of th...
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The Diet Linked To 40% Higher Depression Risk

Cutting these out of your diet helps reduce depression risk. → Enjoying these psych studies? Support PsyBlog for just $4 per month (includes ad-free experience and more articles). → Explore PsyBlog's ebooks, all written by Dr Jeremy Dean: NEW: Accept Yourself: How to feel a profound sense of warmth and self-compassion The Anxiety Plan: 42 Strategies For Worry, Phobias, OCD and Panic Spark: 17 Steps That Will Boost Your Motivation For Anything Activate: How To Find Joy Again By Changing What You...
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Merry Christmas 2018

As in the past, reader and commenter Ralph Jesperson sent along a link to his music project Audible Waters. Here is Angels We Have Heard on High. Thanks Mr. J. Blessings to you and hope your new year is wonderful.
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Innovate Like Isaac Asimov – Lessons from An Innovator Years Ahead of His Time

It should be no surprise that innovation is a constantly evolving field.  As innovators, it is in our nature to constantly evaluate, optimize and reinvent our models and processes.  Indeed, how can we expect to help our clients to evolve and reinvent their products and services if we cannot continuously improve our own? However, sometimes ...
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Clear up your skin for the new year with Beautycounter Countercontrol!

Beautycounter introduces Countercontrol - a powerful new regimen that regulates oil and clears skin up without dryness or irritation!The formula features SkinBalance Complex of wintergreen and rosebay willow to help reduce blemishes while promoting healthy-looking skin that looks clearer and less red.Available in the collection:Clear Pore Cleanser - 150ml - $34 - a daily exfoliating cleanser for oily and blemish-prone skin that effectively removes oil, makeup and other impurities without stripp...
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Senior Living: Successful aging requires determined action

By David W. Hart, Ph.D.  Contributing writer How to age successfully? It’s the million dollar question. Baby Boomers around the country are searching for age-defying remedies that prolong life and add to overall health and well-being. Successful aging is not exactly a new idea. The hope that later life could be a period of vitality was first expressed more than 2,000 years ago in Cicero’s treatise, De Senectute. The idea of successful aging reemerged in the 20th century and has been discussed an...
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What's Wrong If You Have a Red, Shiny Nose?

All this talk about whether or not Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer is problematic has obscured a very important question—i.e., what was actually wrong with Rudolph’s nose? Like, medically? Did no one ever think of taking him to a doctor, to see if everything was ok with his nose, before being mean to him about it?Read more...
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Podcast: Can You Actually Recover from Bipolar or Schizophrenia?

 “I’m in recovery from mental illness,” is a common phrase in our circles. Sure, mental illness is replaced with the specifics – schizophrenia, bipolar, or depression, to name a few – but the idea that people consider themselves to be living a life free from the symptoms of mental illness is a common one. However, is it true? Is recovery actually a thing? Or are all these people just deluding themselves? Gabe and Michelle discuss this – and more – on this episode of A Bipolar, a Sch...
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When a physician attends the funeral of a patient

I stood at the doorway of the funeral home, a 26-year-old woman lying in the open casket off to the side. Standing out among the crowd of mourners was a tall man holding his one-year-old daughter, her curly locks of hair bouncing as he moved. It was only two years ago that I first met […] Find jobs at Careers by Search thousands of physician, PA, NP, and CRNA jobs now. Learn more.
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5 Tips For Buying High Quality Cannabis On A Budget

Cannabis is becoming a household word as more and more people are realizing the health benefits that little plan contains. Those that used cannabis years ago were considered pot-heads that couldn’t hold a good job because they were stoned all the time. Using cannabis is becoming so popular now that it is widely accepted and readily available, that your average American is enjoying it’s benefits whether you realize it or not. If you are looking to add marijuana into your life, you may be...
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Athens Massage & Yoga Academy

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Surfer's ear reveals important clues to lives of ancient pearl divers in Panama

While examining a skull from an ancient burial ground in a pre-Columbian village in Panama, Nicole Smith-Guzmán, bioarchaeologist at the Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute (STRI), was surprised to discover an example of surfers' ear: a small, bony bump in the ear canal common among surfers, kayakers and free divers in cold climates.
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Scientists discover two therapies that slow progression of pediatric leukemia in mice

Northwestern Medicine scientists have discovered two successful therapies that slowed the progression of pediatric leukemia in mice, according to three studies published over the last two years in the journal Cell, and the final paper published Dec. 20 in Genes & Development.
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Study: Overlapping surgery is safe for patients undergoing outpatient orthopedic procedures

At least for brief periods, overlapping surgery is safe for patients undergoing outpatient or "same-day" orthopedic surgery procedures, reports a study in the December 19, 2018 issue of The Journal of Bone & Joint Surgery. The journal is published in the Lippincott portfolio in partnership with Wolters Kluwer.
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Simple tests in GP surgeries could increase diagnosis rate of liver disease

Research carried out by scientists at the University of Southampton has shown that simple tests in GP surgeries could potentially double the diagnosis rate of liver disease where patients are not displaying any symptoms.
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Why Doctors Need to Consult their Patients

B'SD 16 Tevet, 5779 One of the enduringly problematic aspects of medical and mental health care is that clinicians too often fail to heed the patient though WE are experts on what ails us! Medical and mental health professionals tend to dismiss that reality because THEY graduated from medical school, not us (not in every case, anyway). The problem with that attitude is the condescension shown to and felt by patients.  In the days before health care acts (affordable and unaffordable)...
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Kidney patients have the highest number of comorbidities, shows study

A study published in JAMA Network Open showed: nephrologists treat the most complex patients. As ERA-EDTA president Professor Carmine Zoccali explains, kidney patients are highly vulnerable and need special care, but nephrology is a neglected discipline in many European healthcare systems.
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Researchers report uncertainty around long-term effectiveness of medications to control knee osteoarthritis pain

Managing osteoarthritis requires long-term treatment for symptoms such as pain and changes in joint structure that can lead to disability.
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The impact of maternal diabetes on fetal heart development

Congenital heart disease is the most common birth defect. And even with remarkable advances in care, it remains the leading cause of non-infectious death in infants.
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