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Eat Healthy in College | Health Care

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A typical student's go-to's usually consist of ramen noodles or macaroni and cheese, but as Niomi Williams, financial literacy educator with CU Money Sense, points out, these food options  “aren’t doing any favors for your future self.”

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The Things Happy People Do Differently | Health Care

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The Things Happy People Do Differently - Health Care
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When you appreciate what you have, what you have appreciates in value. Kinda cool right? So basically, being grateful for the goodness that is already evident in your life will bring you a deeper sense of happiness. And that's without having to go out and buy anything. It makes sense. We're gonna have a hard time ever being happy if we aren't thankful for what we already have.

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Dublin Mom Claims She Was 'Bullied Into Adoption'

Dublin Mom Claims She Was 'Bullied Into Adoption' | Health Care | Scoop.it
A mother in Dublin is fighting to get her newborn baby back after giving him up for adoption.

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Life on street 'claiming lives'

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Belfast homeless: At least five dead since January, says charity


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This is What Happens Every Single Minute Online

This is What Happens Every Single Minute Online | Health Care | Scoop.it

Here is another visual with some mind-blowing stats about what happens every minute online. It is just unbelievable the speed with which this digital avalanche is moving and nobody can predict its destination. But what we are sure of is that the human life is witnessing a radical and unprecedented transformation paralleled only to the capture of fire in terms of what it did to the look and feel of life.


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Christina Guenther's curator insight, May 5, 2014 12:40 AM

That's a lot of data!

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Child mental health services 'failing three-quarters of kids'

Child mental health services 'failing three-quarters of kids' | Health Care | Scoop.it
'Cinderella service' hit by budget cuts and increasing demand

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Healthy Habits as Student | Health Care

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Without careful attention to your diet, you could end up putting on the freshman 15 and more. Follow these tips to help keep your diet healthy and beneficial.

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Health care outlets pay $4.8 million after 6,800 patient records leak ...

Health care outlets pay $4.8 million after 6,800 patient records leak ... | Health Care | Scoop.it
Want to know why health care institutions can be antsy about making their patient data available online? Here's why: Columbia University and the New York and Presbyterian Hospital have paid a total of $4.8 million to settle ...
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5 food additives even grosser than 'pink slime' - New York Post

5 food additives even grosser than 'pink slime' - New York Post | Health Care | Scoop.it
New York Post 5 food additives even grosser than 'pink slime' New York Post The food additive castoreum — which is used to flavor some cookies, cakes, ice creams and other vanilla-flavored foods — is made from the anal secretions of a beaver and is...
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A New Approach to Wireless Charging Reaches Implants Deep in the Body and Brain

A New Approach to Wireless Charging Reaches Implants Deep in the Body and Brain | Health Care | Scoop.it
The technology holds promise for novel sensors, stimulators and drug-delivery systems.

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Fred Thiel's curator insight, May 20, 2014 9:36 AM

Now there is a hassle free way to recharge your embedded brain amplifier wirelessly ;-). Technology holds great promise for pace makers and other implanted devices.

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7 Tips For Keeping Food Safe to Protect Yourself | Health Care

7 Tips For Keeping Food Safe to Protect Yourself | Health Care | Health Care | Scoop.it
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the joys of dining and cooking are diminished by the constraints of food allergies, sensitivities, and intolerances — not to mention news stories about serious food-borne illnesses. Whether or not you have allergies or intolerances, adopting a few good habits when you shop for food, prepare meals and snacks, and dine out can go a long way in ensuring that the foods you eat will be pleasurable and nourishing rather than a source of worry — and potential medical trouble.

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Mental health services for children and young people from BME communities

A report said more research was needed into the nature and prevalence of mental health problems among children and young people from black and minority-ethnic communities, in order to support the planning, commissioning, and provision of...

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Improve Your Mental Wellbeing | Health Care

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Get yourself into the habit of forgetting the little things that annoyed you during the day, such as missing the bus or not getting that reply text message from the person you fancy. By focusing on what went wrong you forget the things that made you happy, and when times are tough this can lead to low moods. Try getting into the habit of remembering the positives of your day and this will aid in improving your daily attitude.

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8 Tips to Creating Engaging Content in an Era of Content Overload • InboundWriter

8 Tips to Creating Engaging Content in an Era of Content Overload • InboundWriter | Health Care | Scoop.it
Content overload is causing content marketers to become the victims of their own successes. Here are 8 ways to develop new and engaging content.

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Christina Guenther's curator insight, April 10, 2014 12:31 PM

Number 8 is definitely a must. Tracking your results & learning from them. That's what it's all about! 

Ally Greer's curator insight, April 10, 2014 12:56 PM

Great tips. My favorite, "think editorial, not filler." (nudge @Guillaume Decugis

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Startup Unveils a Heart-Tracking Shirt | MIT Technology Review

Startup Unveils a Heart-Tracking Shirt | MIT Technology Review | Health Care | Scoop.it
OMsignal’s version of wearable tech is a T-shirt with knitted electrodes to sense your heart and breathing rates.

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Fred Thiel's curator insight, May 12, 2014 10:11 AM

If the shirt is that sensitive, I wonder what happens when my shoes and shirt disagree.....?

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Maintaining Your Healthy Lifestyle as Student | Health Care

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~ Between homework, tests and maintaining a social life, it can be difficult for students to find time to maintain a healthy lifestyle. However, poor health can quickly lead to stress, self-esteem issues, poor mood, illness and fatigue. You can help your student stay healthy throughout all of his high school years in a variety of ways. ...

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