Pneumonia should be taken seriously and treated quickly
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Pneumonia should be taken seriously and treated quickly

We’re facing an uptick of COVID-19 cases while heading into the heart of flu season. As a result, pulmonologists will likely be treating a higher number of patients with pneumonia…

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Ten nutrition tips to improve your health today
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Ten nutrition tips to improve your health today

Being stuck inside and changing normal routines has many people focused on their health and weight management. If you put on a few pounds during the pandemic, don’t worry—you aren’t…

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Moving into a new era of Trauma-Informed Care
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Moving into a new era of Trauma-Informed Care

Children’s author Wendy Mass’s book The Candymakers is a playful mystery about four children invited to compete in a candy-making competition. The story becomes clearer as Mass reveals each child’s…

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Suicide Prevention: help save a life
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Suicide Prevention: help save a life

Before the pandemic, suicide was the tenth leading cause of death in the United States with an average of 132 Americans dying by suicide each day. The American Foundation for…

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Can circles of trust be trusted?
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Can circles of trust be trusted?

The reality of sharply limited contact with people outside our households is going to be with us for a while. Since we’re a social species, this creates enormous pressure on…

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How to recognize opioid misuse
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How to recognize opioid misuse

The National Institute on Drug Abuse reports that more than 2 million Americans abuse opioids, and on average more than 90 Americans die every day due to opioid overdose. According…

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What’s the difference between isolation & quarantine?
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What’s the difference between isolation & quarantine?

Now that we’re counting the pandemic in months instead of days or weeks, a lot of new terminology has worked its way into our vocabularies. Physical distancing, isolation, quarantine and…

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