A health clinic in Thailand is handing out masks to encourage more women to attend their cervical smear tests.
The rise of the Internet has changed many things in the world of the customer. Now, in the age of the online consumer, a person can search for not only the exact item or service he or she wants, but read hundreds of reviews on that particular item or service. Thanks to Yelp and a host of other online rating sites, a person can find a reputable painter or contractor or babysitter with the click of a button. While the ability to rank and review online professionals has empowered consumers and been mostly positive, this is not the case for all professions. Specifically, it is detrimental to physicians. ...
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While watching the total eclipse, folks might want to follow along with some toe-tapping music about the sun, stars and moon. We've got the playlist for the wondrous sky event.
A total eclipse sweeps the U.S. on Monday. But most will see a partial eclipse. The question is: Is an 80 or even a 90 percent eclipse worth it? Or should people make the extra effort to see totality?
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Counselors are starting earlier than usual to encourage enrollment in Obamacare, even as the Trump administration works against them.
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