The Value of Effective Communication

Effective communication is vital for success in business and in personal interactions. Understanding how to convey the right message each time is critical, and becoming adept at communicating is a soft skill that many people have to work hard to perfect. The value of effective co ...

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Heart Health For Older Adults

Aging impacts our bodies, including changes in the way our hearts work. By the time we reach our 50s, the chances of heart disease begin to increase for men and women. There are ways to keep your heart healthy as you age. This can increase quality of life and longevity. · Improve ...

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The Importance of Flexibility With Remote Work

Flexibility at a workplace refers to the ability to adjust from the traditional office work schedule, that is, the days and hours of being in a corporate office to work remotely. Be it from home, from a favorite coffee shop, on that bench near the beach, public park, or even in a ...

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The Latest Breakthroughs in Cancer Research

There is no cure for cancer, but treatment is improving each day. Knowing more about a patient’s genetics, immune system and pathology is leading researchers to be able to save more lives. We have some of the latest breakthroughs in cancer research. · Immunotherapy · Immunotherap ...

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Why Exercise and COVID-19 Do Not Mix

COVID-19 does not play well with exercise. Though exercise is usually great for your physical and mental health, exercising with this particular disease could be detrimental to your health. Everything most people know about exercise is thrown out the window when it comes to the c ...

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5 Fast Facts About the Flu

The flu is a contagious disease, and some of its common symptoms include fatigue, body aches, coughing, and fever. The flu season occurs every year. Although it’s late November, you can still get a flu shot if you haven’t done it already. Usually, the season strikes from October ...

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How to Delegate Effectively

Good leaders delegate duties to employees to maximize the productivity of the organization. Delegation of responsibilities also relieves off large workloads from managers. The challenge comes in when you are delegating tasks to a large workforce. Managers should use several appro ...

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7 Winter Exercise Ideas

Even the energetic exercise enthusiast may have a difficult time in the winter. Long nights and cold days make it difficult to exit from bed; however, there are easy ways to motivate yourself when the weather is frightful. Here are seven winter exercise ideas that will assist you ...

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Networking Tips for Business Professionals Working Remotely

Remote networking is becoming a common phenomenon among professionals. For efficiency, remote professionals need to network virtually with other professionals. They should also keep on expanding their professional and social networks. · The following are ways in which professiona ...

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Why Exercise and COVID-19 Do Not Mix

COVID-19 does not play well with exercise. Though exercise is usually great for your physical and mental health, exercising with this particular disease could be detrimental to your health. Everything most people know about exercise is thrown out the window when it comes to the c ...

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How to Stop Belittling Your Leadership Abilities

People become leaders not because they are flawless, but because they are able to understand and correct their mistakes while maintaining others' faith in them. The key to staying in a leadership position is recognizing weaknesses and working to improve. Sometimes, those weakness ...

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Top Three MedTech Advancements

Advances in technology have allowed for dramatic developments in healthcare to occur, including the ability for patients and doctors to interact with each other remotely. With the abundance of technology available to most people today, telehealth is becoming an increasingly popul ...

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How Patients May Benefit From Telemedicine

Advances in technology have allowed for dramatic developments in healthcare to occur, including the ability for patients and doctors to interact with each other remotely. With the abundance of technology available to most people today, telehealth is becoming an increasingly popul ...

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Utilizing the Crowd as a Leader

If you’re a leader, you might feel like you’re all alone on the top of a mountain, unsure of how to interact with the masses down in the valley below. The best way to overcome this feeling is by mingling with the crowd. Not only will this take care of your own feelings of isolati ...

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How the MedTech Industry Has Remained Stable Throughout the Pandemic

The healthcare industry is one of the first industries that has profited from the COVID-19 pandemic. Every sector of the medical industry has benefited from the explosions in hospitalizations, medical procedures, medications, and purchases of medical equipment. Medtech is the sec ...

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Effective Leadership During the Pandemic

2020 has been a challenging year. Between the coronavirus pandemic and the subsequent political and economic fallout, there have been plenty of disruptions to our normal state of affairs. This has made leadership especially important in the last few months. When times get tough, ...

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Practical Digital Health Technology Against COVID-19

As COVID-19 continues to spread and infect millions of people worldwide rapidly, medical technology has needed to keep up to combat the disease and adjust to how the world operates in its new state of being. An infographic by The Medical Futurist shows caregivers and policymakers ...

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Leadership Tips for Introverts

People often associate those in leadership positions with an extroverted personality: they are outgoing, charismatic, and form relationships with other people much easier than someone who is introverted. This, however, doesn’t mean that introverts cannot become leaders themselves ...

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What Doctors Need to Know

Whether you’ve been a practicing doctor for years or are just entering the profession, it stands to reason that the relationship between a doctor and their patient is crucial in treating a patient properly. Forming this relationship is becoming harder as technology continues to a ...

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How Leadership Can Inspire

As a leader, it’s your job to make sure those working for (or with) you can put their faith in your abilities, and for that to happen, you need to work to inspire them. Inspiration doesn’t just come with the job title; you have to work to drive people toward being the very best t ...

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