Monthly Archives: November 2016

Report: Health needs of medically complex youths should be addressed

Pediatricians, payers and policymakers should acknowledge children with medical complexity or multiple chronic conditions as a distinct group in research, payment and policy reforms to improve care management and reduce costs, according to a clinical report in Pediatrics. “The support … Continue reading

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Reading Can Make You Live Longer

The Upside of Reading Reading can extend your life says the Social Science & Medicine journal. Just 31/2 hours a week can make the difference. Reading boosts brain-cell activity. I should live a long time!

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Out take of my newest Book

In the kitchen she set the bag on the counter and took the other from him. He shrugged off his computer satchel and set it down near the door. “I thought Chinese would probably be the easiest. I hope that’s … Continue reading

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What I’m Reading

A Baby to Save Their Marriage by Scarlet Wilson.

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A Note from Brenda Novak

Thank you for your support of Brenda Novak’s Online Auction for Diabetes Research in the past. Because of you, and every other person who contributed in one way or another, we were able to raise $2.5 million for research. Although … Continue reading

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Harlequin $10,000 Sweepstakes

All of this romance in one place! Find your #RomanceWhenYouNeedIt with Harlequin’s $10,000 sweepstakes at http://romancewhenyouneedit.com/contest

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