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08/19/2014 – 4:01 PM |

By Alan Lyndon
Concussions have become synonymous with sports.  Most of the research has focused on adults, particularly college football players.  But it appears that a …

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Middle School Female Soccer Players At Greatest Risk For Concussions

08/19/2014 – 4:01 PM |
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By Alan Lyndon
Concussions have become synonymous with sports.  Most of the research has focused on adults, particularly college football players.  But it appears that a …

Why Do People Become Suicidal?

08/12/2014 – 4:37 PM |
Robin Williams

By Alan Lyndon
Comedian Robin Williams died from asphyxia due to hanging, according to Lt. Keith Boyd of the Marin County, California Sheriff’s Office. The actor was found …

Big Tobacco Successfully Increasing E-Cigarette Use In Youths

08/12/2014 – 4:01 PM | 8 Comments
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By Brad Broker
Don’t fool yourself: smoking electronic cigarettes is still smoking.  The tobacco industry has positioned e-cigs as a less dangerous form of smoking than …

High School Football Concussions: Does It Matter Where They Get Hit?

08/11/2014 – 12:02 AM | One Comment
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By Brad Broker
Football season is here.  Professional and youth teams are preparing for the start of the season, which means lots of discussion about fantasy …

Here’s The Key To Positive, Happy, Satisfying Relationships

08/07/2014 – 1:05 PM |
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By Lynne D’Amico, PhD
You can improve communication without improving a relationship, but you can’t create connection without improving a relationship.
Communication has been hailed as a …

How Much Money Do Medical Residents Make? (Infographic)

08/07/2014 – 11:27 AM | One Comment
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By Alan Lyndon
This Physicians News story can be republished for free. (See details)
The average salary for doctors-in-training is $55,000, according to Medscape’s annual Residents Salary & …