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Medical Career Balance

Tips on Finding the Right Work-Life Balance in Your Medical Career

Having a career in the medical industry may be rewarding, but it's anything but a walk in the park. According to studies, medical industry careers are some of the most vulnerable to problems such as depression, stress and anxiety, and even physical problems related to job burnout. If you're already working in the medical field, there's a good chance that you're already experiencing some of these effects.

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Medical Marijuana Allergy

Can You Be Allergic To Medical Marijuana?

It is possible to be allergic to almost any kind of food, as well as some prescription drugs.  Other things that can trigger allergic reactions are pollen, animal dander, and certain perfume ingredients (like lavender).  Part of staying healthy is knowing your allergies and keeping an eye out for allergens in foods, medications, and household products.  Medical cannabis is no exception.  Some people are, in fact, allergic to cannabis.

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Emotional Support Animals

Three Benefits of Emotional Support Animals

The bond between humans and their animals has been around for centuries, and today, with almost 60% of households in the USA owning a pet, it’s stronger than ever. For instance, many studies have found that having a pet at home has several great health benefits for humans, including lowering cholesterol and blood pressure, decreasing the risk of heart disease, strengthening the immune system, and warding off allergies. However, it’s not just your physical health that can benefit from getting a pet.

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How Lifestyle Affects Your Health

How Lifestyle Affects Your Health

People often say, “You are what you eat.” A more appropriate phrase would be, “You are how you live.” Many people like to attribute just one or two factors that determine their health, such as genetics, diet and exercise.

However, our health is much more complex than that. A plethora of variables and social determinants affect our quality life. These variables need to be taken into account when deciding if the way we’re living is aiding or hurting our health.

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