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Doctors’ online reviews show more polarization, have more impact than those of other industries

Patients are much more likely to both publicly praise and protest their experiences with doctors in online reviews than they are with restaurants and hotels, according to a Vanguard Communications analysis of 1.5 million online Yelp reviews. While doctors, hotels and restaurants each average a 3.5 star rating out of five stars possible on the… Read More »

35 minutes of exercise may protect those at risk for depression

Increased levels of physical activity can significantly reduce the odds of depression, even among people who are genetically predisposed to the condition, according to a new study from Harvard researchers at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH). In a paper published in the journal Depression and Anxiety, the team reported that individuals who engaged in at least several… Read More »

Cystic Acne Treatment: What’s Up With Those Large, Painful Pimples That Won’t Go Away? – Self

You’ve probably experienced a few different types of acne since your teenage years, from annoying blackheads to juicy papules. But if you’ve ever developed one of those large, deep, painful red pimples that doesn’t go away, and sometimes never comes to a head, you know it’s a different beast altogether.  If you’ve been slathering your… Read More »

Study: Arkansas Medicaid Work Requirement Hits Those Already Employed

Use Our Content This story can be republished for free (details). The Medicaid work requirement plan devised by Arkansas and approved by the Trump administration backfired because it caused thousands of poor adults to lose coverage without any evidence the target population gained jobs, a new study finds. In fact, the requirement had only a… Read More »

If Howard Schultz can 'steal voters' from your party, maybe try to appeal to those voters

Howard Schultz, the CEO who spent over three decades transforming Starbucks from a lesser-known Seattle coffeehouse to a global juggernaut, might run for president. In any other election cycle, a self-made billionaire entertaining a third-party bid wouldn’t garner much more than a side-eye from the masses. Schultz’s public flirtations have been met with apoplectic fury.… Read More »

Happiness exercises boost moods of those recovering from addiction says MGH study

Short writing exercises reliving happy moments boosted the moods of adults recovering from addiction in a study conducted by researchers at Massachusetts General Hospital’s (MGH) Recovery Research Institute. “Recovery is hard,” said lead author Bettina B. Hoeppner, senior research scientist at the institute and an associate professor of psychology at Harvard Medical School. “For the… Read More »