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Airbnb Offers Free Housing to Some Cancer Patients

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Airbnb Offers Free Housing to Some Cancer Patients April 8, 2019 — For some cancer patients who must travel long distances to get treatment, the journey has become a little easier. Help is available from Airbnb’s Open Homes for Medical Stays program, which was launched during the Biden Cancer …

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4 Good Interview Questions to Ask

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4 Good Interview Questions to Ask In today’s highly competitive labor market, most hiring managers understand that identifying, vetting, and hiring top talent is a key priority––one a CEO must be invested in. Gone are the days when you can hang the “Help Wanted” sign on the front page of …

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The Dangers Of Dieting Like A Wellness Influencer

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The Dangers Of Dieting Like A Wellness Influencer Loni Jane Anthony, one of the best-known vegan wellness influencers on Instagram, with more than 400,000 followers, often refers to what seems like a serious health situation from her past: After spending her early 20s indulging in junk food and alcohol, she …

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Does Bad ‘Mono’ Predict Chronic Fatigue Syndrome?

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Does Bad ‘Mono’ Predict Chronic Fatigue Syndrome? By Serena Gordon HealthDay Reporter TUESDAY, April 2, 2019 (HealthDay News) — As if having the exhausting “kissing disease” — also known as mononucleosis, or “mono” — isn’t bad enough, about 1 in 10 people with this infection will develop chronic fatigue syndrome …

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Americans Borrowed $88 Billion for Health Care

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Americans Borrowed $88 Billion for Health Care April 3, 2019 — About 1 in 8 Americans borrowed a total of $88 billion in the past year to pay for health care, a new survey shows. It also found that 65 million adults said they didn’t seek treatment for a health …

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New Pancreatic Cancer Therapies Extending Lives

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New Pancreatic Cancer Therapies Extending Lives The new study followed 194 Mayo Clinic patients over seven years who received chemo followed by radiation and surgery. About half of those patients came to Truty after being told elsewhere their cancer was inoperable. The research team found people were more likely …

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Mick Jagger Recovering After Heart Surgery

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Mick Jagger Recovering After Heart Surgery FRIDAY, April 5, 2019 (HealthDay News) –Mick Jagger is recovering and in good health after his heart valve procedure. The Rolling Stones frontman is being monitored for any complications that could occur, such as excess bleeding, sources told Billboard. Jagger underwent a minimally invasive …

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FDA Issues List of ‘Safe’ Blood Pressure Meds

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FDA Issues List of ‘Safe’ Blood Pressure Meds April 5, 2019 — The FDA on Thursday issued a list of 40 blood pressure medicines it found free of contamination with the chemical nitrosamine, an ongoing issue that has triggered several medication recalls since last summer. The list is meant …

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