Rheumatology Smoking Cessation Referral Program Finds

Rheumatology Smoking Cessation Referral Program Finds

A new protocol designed to help rheumatology clinic patients quit smoking has been shown to be both effective and efficient in referring consenting participants to toll-free quit lines. Dr Christie Bartels “Rheumatology visits provide a unique opportunity to address smoking as a chronic modifiable risk factor in populations at high …

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Declining Sperm Count Tied to Chemicals in the Environment

The chemicals that invade our modern world – plastics, pesticides, stain repellants, components of personal hygiene products – contribute to decades of fertility decline, and could pose risks, according to explosive new book by Shanna Swan. for health even for future generations, according to an explosive new book by Shanna …

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12 Ways to Beat Loneliness

Whether you are a social butterfly or a shy wallflower, you are human and therefore wired to connect with others. After going through a year of social distancing recently, many people have felt more lonely than ever. And that’s not good – a lack of personal connection can lead to …

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New Star Trek Movie Is Coming in 2023

It has been five years since the last Star Trek movie hit theaters. However, it looks like the wait may be almost over. Paramount made a release date reshuffle earlier this week, which includes a Star Trek film for 2023. Much has been said about what the next big screen …

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Doctor Killed in South Carolina Shooting

Doctor Killed in South Carolina Shooting

COLUMBIA, SC (AP) – Robert Lesslie – the South Carolina doctor and author who authorities say was killed, along with three family members and a repairman, by former NFL player Phillip Adams – a frequently written about the fragility of life and a Christian faith which guided him personally and …

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Time to Move Away From Using Decontaminated Respirators

Editor’s Note: Find the latest COVID-19 news and advice in Medscape’s Coronavirus Resource Center. The United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) today recommended that healthcare facilities reduce the use of capacity conservation strategies that were in place during the COVID-19 crisis, such as ventilator decontamination disposable for reuse. The …

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What You Can Do When Someone You Love Has PTSD

When a loved one suffers from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), it is important to know how you can help them and take care of yourself too. The National Center for PTSD estimates that at least 7-8 in 100 people will suffer from PTSD at some point in their lives. …

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