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Creative Circle: Copywriter (Pharma / Medical) - Full-Time

competitive: Creative Circle: Position: Copywriter (Pharma / Medical) - Full-TimeLocation: ManhattanStatus: Full TimeEstimated Duration: Full TimeStarts: as soon as the right perso New York, New York

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My depression during pregnancy taught me why so many women devalue their mental health

The thing I remember most clearly about my first pregnancy is the moment the fog lifted after it was all over. It was a Monday night at the end of January, in an Upper East Side hotel room, where I was having an entire glass of wine. I’d given...
Topics: Depression, Wine

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New environmental indicator for evaluating the positive climate impacts of products

VTT and LUT University alongside with Finnish companies have developed a method and guidelines for evaluating and communicating on the carbon handprint of products. The carbon handprint describes the positive climate impacts of a product.
Topics: Medical Research

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This Could Be the Biggest Marijuana News in 2018

The opening of Canada's recreational marijuana market in October is undeniably big, but the validation of marijuana as medicine could be even more important.In this clip from The Motley Fool's Industry Focus: Healthcare, analyst Shannon Jones and...

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Two-Drug Regimen Fails to Stem Psoriasis Relapse

(MedPage Today) -- Study looks at costimulatory blockade with abatacept after stopping ustekinumab
Topics: Psoriasis, Medical Research

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Is Chronic Opioid Use Waning in Musculoskeletal Pain Patients?

(MedPage Today) -- Patients with low back, multiple-site pain may still be at risk
Topics: Chronic Pain

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Widespread, occasional use of antibiotics in US linked with resistance

The increasing prevalence of antibiotic resistance in the U.S. appears more closely linked with their occasional use by many people than by their repeated use among smaller numbers of people, according to a large new study.
Topics: Antibiotics, Medical Research

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Looking Back With Ottessa Moshfegh at My Year of Rest and Relaxation and Her Year of Pain and...

Ottessa Moshfegh received more acclaim and attention than ever in 2018. It was also, she says, the most painful year of her life. The two factors would seem to be mutually exclusive: The former is a result of the July release of her brilliant second...

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California teens who volunteer and engage in civic life are healthier, aim higher in education,...

High school teens in California who volunteer, take part in community aid groups, and join school or other clubs are healthier and more likely to aspire to attending college, according to a study by the UCLA Center for Health Policy Research.
Topics: Medical Research

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Tiny implantable device short-circuits hunger pangs, aids weight loss

New battery-free, easily implantable weight-loss devices developed by engineers could offer a promising new weapon for battling the bulge.

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Unfair treatment by police linked to physiological impacts among black men

Advocates of proactive policing model argue that stopping and searching law abiding citizens is a minor inconvenience. However, researchers from Florida State University have found it might actually be getting under the skin of black men—literally.
Topics: Police, Medical Research

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I Took Psychedelic Drugs On A Self-Help Retreat And This Is What I Learned

Parts of the experience were more intense, overwhelming and confusing than I could possibly put into words.

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The Appointments Even Healthy People Should Make Once A Year

Book these with your physicians ASAP.

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Bethenny Frankel Thankful To Be Alive After Near-Fatal Allergic Reaction To Fish

Bethenny Frankel is grateful to be alive after nearly a major medical scare over the weekend. The Real Housewives of New York alum had revealed that she was hospitalized after suffering a near-fatal reaction after eating soup that contained fish....
Topics: Allergies

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Meghan Markle Says She's 'Very Pregnant' While Visiting U.K. Nursing Home

Meghan Markle says she's doing well, but also notes that she's "very pregnant" -- and she couldn't be more on the nose ... as her baby bump grows larger by the day. The Duchess of Sussex was visiting the Brinsworth House Tuesday in London --...
Topics: Nursing

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Restricted Whole-Foods Diet Has Promise in Crohn's (CME/CE)

(MedPage Today) -- Pilot study of CD-TREAT replicates exclusive enteral nutrition changes in gut microbiome
Topics: Diet, Medical Research, Microbiome

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Sleep like a baby with this luxe bamboo sheet set that just went on sale

If "seeing visions of sugarplums" is code for "getting restful sleep," you'd hope it's happening more than just on Christmas Eve. But according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, a third of us don't get enough slumber (at least seven
Topics: Christmas, Centers For Disease Control And Prevention

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Farm linked to romaine E. coli outbreak recalls red, green leaf lettuce, cauliflower

Adam Bros. Farms of Santa Maria, California, said it was recalling the other produce "out of an abundance of caution."        

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Children With Severe Autism Excluded From Research

Children with more severe levels of autism are increasingly being left out of research studies, a concerning finding that could give an incomplete and biased picture of the disorder, new research shows. Medscape Medical News
Topics: Autism, Medical Research

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Children of problem drinkers more likely to marry someone with a drinking problem

Children of parents who have alcohol use disorder are more likely to get married under the age of 25, less likely to get married later in life, and more likely to marry a person who has alcohol use disorder themselves, according to a new study.
Topics: Alcohol, Medical Research

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