Clary Estes, Contributor

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Name: Clary Estes, Contributor
Date registered: November 1, 2019
URL: http://www.forbes.com/healthcare/

Latest posts

  1. In Pain? Mindfulness Can Help — February 21, 2020
  2. Trouble Breathing? The Culprit Could Be From Out Of State — February 20, 2020
  3. Too Many Antibiotics Prescribed With No Doctor’s Visit, Study Finds — February 19, 2020
  4. The Happy Gun Owner? Research Suggests Otherwise — February 17, 2020
  5. Insys Founder, John Kapoor, Sentenced To 66 Months In Fentanyl Bribery Case — January 23, 2020

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In Pain? Mindfulness Can Help

Researchers have found the mindfulness can reduce both physical and emotional pain.

Trouble Breathing? The Culprit Could Be From Out Of State

Air pollution in the US has long been known to be a major factor in premature mortality. It turns out that cross-state air pollution is still a problem for American’s health.

Too Many Antibiotics Prescribed With No Doctor’s Visit, Study Finds

A recent study has found that nearly 45% of antibiotics prescribed over a 10-year period were given out for no clear reason and were not associated with a visit to a physician.

The Happy Gun Owner? Research Suggests Otherwise

We’ve often heard that having a gun in the house can make someone feel safer, happier, and brings contentment with the knowledge that one can protect themselves in their own home.

Insys Founder, John Kapoor, Sentenced To 66 Months In Fentanyl Bribery Case

Kapoor is the first ever CEO of a drug company to be convicted by the federal government in their fight to combat the opioid crisis.

Burnout Can Hurt Your Heart, Literally

We all know that burnout can suck the energy out of you, make you irritable, is tough on your mental well being and can even get in the way of your career, but it turns out that extreme burnout can hurt your heart as well, literally.

“Is It Hot In Here?” Human Body Temperature Decreased Over Last 200 Years

It has long been believed that 98.6 degrees fahrenheit is the normal human body temperature, but recent evidence coming out of the Stanford University School of Medicine (SUSM) challenges that assumption.

Evidence Of Heart Disease Found In Mummies

Heart disease has largely been thought of as unique to modern Homo sapiens as a result of our diet, lifestyle, and environment, but new findings challenge that assumption.

Reducing The Annual Rate Of Suicide In The US By 20% By 2025

The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP) has a bold new plan for reducing the annual rate of suicide in the U. S. by 20% by 2025.

We May Be One Step Closer To A Vaccine Against Alzheimer’s Disease

Alzheimers is a devastating diagnosis for people suffering from the disease, as well as their families, but a group of researchers feels that they are one step closer to finding a cure.

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