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Advice for young doctors looking for work on assessing the culture of practice

Advice for young doctors looking for work on assessing the culture of practice

Workplace culture can be a vital aspect of physician satisfaction. It stands to reason, then, that job seekers, particularly those who weigh opportunities early in their career, would want to know as much as possible about the practice environment to make an informed decision. that AMA STEPS FORWARD® Tools, “What to look for in your …

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How Queen Elizabeth II ate and trained to live to 96

How Queen Elizabeth II ate and trained to live to 96

Queen Elizabeth II has died at the age of 96, the oldest head of state in the world. I preferred “reasonable exercises” to rigorous exercises and loved spending time in nature. The Queen loved simple, healthy meals, but also enjoyed daily gin and dark chocolate. loading Something is loading. Queen Elizabeth II died peacefully in …

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4 Simple, Healthy Slow Cooker Recipes You Should Try This Fall for Weight Loss

4 Simple, Healthy Slow Cooker Recipes You Should Try This Fall for Weight Loss

With the formal fall in full swing, you might be craving some warm and hearty meals like stews and grills. When the weather gets colder, there’s nothing quite like preparing a simple but warm dinner that can warm you up — and it takes just a little effort to elicit euphoria. This is where slow …

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Home and Garden: Designing Your Garden for Better Mental Health |  social communication

Home and Garden: Designing Your Garden for Better Mental Health | social communication

(StatePoint) Gardening isn’t just a way to beautify outdoor spaces and grow delicious foods. According to those who spend a lot of time in the yard, getting out of the house can also support your health. Legendary soccer coach, Vince Dooley, said, “Gardening is good for the mind, and it is good for the soul …

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Ultra-processed foods and colorectal cancer in men

Ultra-processed foods and colorectal cancer in men

Post on PinterestExperts say ultra-processed foods like French fries contain ingredients that increase the risk of colorectal cancer in men. Westend61 / Getty Images Researchers say ultra-processed foods increase the risk of colorectal cancer in men, but they have not found any increased risk in women. Experts say ultra-processed foods contain sugars, oils and fats …

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Weight loss: Women lose 3 sizes of clothing by eating 2 types of "essential" foods

Weight loss: Women lose 3 sizes of clothing by eating 2 types of “essential” foods

super performance Help hundreds of people lose weight and feel more confident. Adele Bailey, 45, turned to fitness experts for her motivation after her weight stabilized. Before joining UP, Adele was a size 12 and weighed 11.1 stone (71 kg). “From an early age, I struggled with increasing my weight and body image,” she explained. …

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Lebnani, Reigate: ‘Small but totally judged’ – Restaurant Review | food

Lebanese, 11 Church Street, Reigate RH2 0AA (07495 528919). Messe £5.95 – £6.95, larger plates £9.50 – £17.50, desserts £5, wine from £24.95 With bad places, the moment never comes, no matter how you wish it were otherwise. Perhaps you make provisions for clumsy service, excessive decor, or the overly challenging menu full of simplistic …

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Federal funding has allowed schools to offer free meals to all students through the COVID-19 pandemic, but the funding has run out.  Some Lansing-area schools continue to feed their students for free.

Lansing-area schools continue free lunches after federal exemption ends

LANSING Federal funding that allowed schools to provide free meals to all students has run out, but some Lansing-area schools continue to provide free meals to all students. During the first two years of the COVID-19 pandemic, the USDA implemented waivers that allowed schools across the country to offer free lunch and breakfast to all …

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