Hepatitis C can be cured. So why aren’t there more people getting treatment?

Hepatitis C can be cured.  So why aren't there more people getting treatment?
Hepatitis C can cause severe liver damage and leads to approximately 15,000 deaths in the United States each year. James ...
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How Scottsdale’s Cornerstone Healing Center Helps People Stay Sober

Cornerstone Healing Center founder Estil Wallace (left) and Chief Operations Officer Marcus Clark (right) created the Scottsdale drug rehabilitation center program based on what worked to get them sober.  Here, they pose with Sead Hasic (center), director of clinical operations at Cornerstone.
Getting sober during treatment is one thing. Living sober in the world is another. This is the reality Cornerstone Healing ...
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12 easy habits to adopt from people who never get anxious

12 easy habits to adopt from people who never get anxious
Anxiety is a universal human experience. However, some people navigate life’s complexities and uncertainties with an admirable sense of calm ...
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Can better resources for mental health crisis care help people avoid 911 services? | MinnPost

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Too often, when a person is in the midst of a mental health crisis, they or their loved ones end ...
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Stroke risk: Exercise can put people with narrowed arteries at risk

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Share on PinterestA new study looks at how exercise can affect stroke risk. Drazen Zigic/Getty Images New research has found ...
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The 6 golden rules of eating for longevity, according to the longest-lived people on earth

8RD Magnesium Powders Can't Stop Recommending for Boosting Hydration and Brain Health
With Well+Good SHOP, our editors put their years of know-how to work to pick the products (from skincare to self-care ...
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Fraudsters are tricking homeless people into signing up for ACA plans they can’t afford

Mary Zhelyazkova, 40, of Miami, said she accepted $5 from a stranger to enroll in a zero-premium health plan through the Affordable Care Act market in fall 2021. Zhelyazkova, who is homeless, doesn't qualify for coverage because you are not earning sufficient income.
Mary Zhelyazkova was surprised when pharmacists at Florida’s largest safety-net hospital said they couldn’t fill her prescription. Zhelyazkova, 40, lived ...
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Self-labelling with psychiatric terminology can be harmful to young people

A new study published in Journal of Health and Social Behavioraddresses the long debate on the consequences of self-labeling the ...
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Productivity paradox: Smart drugs like Ritalin can lead to erratic thinking in people who don’t have ADHD

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Smart drugs like methylphenidate, modafinil and dextroamphetamine could reduce performance and productivity in neurotypical individuals, according to new research from ...
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