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    6 Ways to Deal with Different Emotional Conditions

    Outrage is an intense feeling. On the off chance that it isn’t taken care of fittingly, it might have disastrous outcomes for you and those nearest to you. Uncontrolled outrage can prompt to contentions, physical battles, altercations, strike and self-hurt. Then again, very much oversaw outrage can be a valuable feeling that persuades you to […]

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    5 Super Foods To Help You Become Healthier

    When we think about healthy living, we tend to focus primarily on avoiding unhealthy foods and incorporating lifestyle choices that are aimed at overcoming our health concerns. But why should we take such a reactive approach when maintaining a healthy body and mind can be as simple as incorporating delectable and enjoyable super foods in […]

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    A Hot Cup of Attention Tempered with Chocolate, Please

    Deep down, we always knew it, but science is proving that cocoa and caffeine are indeed the best marriage ever. Clarkson University researcher Ali Boolani recently completed a study that explores the powers of these two dark delights. The assistant professor of physical therapy and physician assistant studies teamed up with colleagues at the University […]

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    Caring for the Caregiver

    During cancer treatment, the main focus is on the patient. However, a cancer diagnosis affects the entire family, including caregivers. A caregiver is any person who supports a patient during treatment; this can be a spouse, partner, sibling, son, daughter, or friend. Taking on the role of a caregiver can change the dynamic in a […]

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    Americans Divided on Obamacare Repeal, Poll Finds

    ST. LOUIS — As House Republicans labor to define a new plan to replace the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare), public support for the 2010 legislation is at an all-time high, according to a national survey taken in January by researchers at Washington University in St. Louis. “Among Americans in our sample, those opposing repeal now […]

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    Social Work and Rare Disease Day

    by: Emily Walsh and Deona Hooper In honor of Rare Disease Day, the Mesothelioma Cancer Alliance is working with Social Work Helper to spread awareness about the effect that rare diseases can have on a person and their support system and also what resources are out there to help ease some of the added strain. […]

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    Signs That Show Your Workout Is Not Enough

    If you’re not getting any result after spending a lot of time in the gym, you need to check your fitness routine thoroughly and try to find out the reason that is mainly responsible for the delay. Let us discuss some important signs that show why your workout is not enough: Despite The Hard Work […]

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    New Ways of Detoxing in Alcohol Rehab Centers

    Alcohol has always been an accepted substance that has been constantly abused over time. When consumed inappropriately it leads to a chronic disease called alcoholism. Much like any other chronic illness, when left untreated, it can lead to dangerous and life-threatening conditions. Alcoholism, though, can be effectively treated with the help of alcohol rehab centers, […]

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    Oncology Social Workers: Patient and Family Advocates

    When the profession began in the 1960s, oncology social work focused on providing palliative care. Defined as “interdisciplinary, person- and family-centered health care for individuals and families affected by serious or life-limiting illness,” palliative care seeks to “relieve pain, other symptoms and stress of the illness, thereby optimizing quality of life,” according to an article […]

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