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Tuesday, January 21, 2020

Maura Hohman

Maura Hohman is the Editor of Florence Health. She's previously written for a number of health publications, including WhatToExpect.com, EverydayHealth.com, U.S. News & World Report's Best Hospitals, HealthDay and more.

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After thousands of people have fallen ill seemingly due to vaping and millions of teens have taken up the harmful habit, researchers are returning to the question driving the e-cig industry's existence.
No, suicides don't happen more often during the holidays, contrary to popular belief. But this time of year is still a challenging one for both patients and providers.
When clinicians think about trying intermittent fasting, they often worry about lapses in energy. But one expert says it actually has the opposite effect.
Mentoring the next generation of nurses? Helping patients? Which of the "most satisfying aspects of being a nurse" from this survey also make your own list?
The federal government's investigation into vaping-related illness, formally known as "e-cigarette or vaping product use associated lung injury," or EVALI, has been...
Research finds obese people and possibly other groups are less protected by the flu shot than the general pop. Keep them safe with these tips.

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