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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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Individuals with mild to moderate mental health problems don't need to see a specialty to receive quality treatment, according to new research.
For individuals living with type 2 diabetes and obesity, the decision whether to have weight-loss surgery can be stressful, but a new...
The next time patients express concern to you that their joints act up during troublesome weather, don't dismiss them.
Medscape’s annual survey of the yearly compensation of registered nurses reveals that their full-time earnings don't reflect what one would expect with the steadily growing job market.
The number of unvaccinated individuals has quadrupled since 2001. A report from WalletHub delves into this trend state by state.
These days, many nurses wear their hair long and unrestrained with a hair tie rather than pulled back and covered by a...

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