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Monday, February 17, 2020

Rosemary Black

Rosemary Black, the longtime Good Living editor of the New York Daily News, is the author of six cookbooks. She frequently writes on wellness, health, and medicine.

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Healthy diet and regular exercise are an important part of cardiovascular disease prevention, but patients often forget about this when they start...
Cell phone addiction can have deadly consequences when you care for patients for a living.
A surprising factor might be to blame for worse health outcomes in older individuals: ageism in healthcare settings.
Racial disparities in healthcare have long persisted, and new research shows that in certain settings, these differences may be getting worse.
If it wasn't enough that burnout can ruin your career and personal life, new research shows it condition can also harm your physical health.
According to new research, common beliefs about the resounding health effects of certain foods may be just that — beliefs.

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