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By Michael W. Quartuccio, MD Over 10% of the United States population has diabetes [1] . Long-term consequences of poorly managed diabetes include visual impairment, kidney failure, amputations, and a higher risk of heart disease or stroke. However...
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Why did you decide to write Artifacts: How We Think and Write about Found Objects ? Until I went to college in 1997, I lived in a log cabin that my parents had built on a spot of land owned by my great grandparents, tucked by the side of a desolate...
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By Edward Bell, PharmD, BCPS Professor of Pharmacy Practice, Drake University College of Pharmacy, Des Moines Iowa Author, Children’s Medicines: What Every Parent, Grandparent, and Teacher Needs to Know (Johns Hopkins Press Health) What Symptoms...
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By Susan J. Noonan MD, MPH

The COVID-19 worldwide health crisis has had a major impact on us medically, socially, and economically, with significant disruption to our lives and daily routines. It is a cause of monumental stress...

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The Summer 2018 issue of the journal Library Trends includes The Reach of a Long-Arm Stapler: Calling in Microaggressions in the LIS Field through Zine Work . The paper, by Elvia Arroyo-Ramirez, Rose L. Chou, Jenna Freedman, Simone Fujita, and...

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By Rachael Wonderlin, MS

Special thanks to Michelle Tristani from Benchmark Senior Living...

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