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Simple Strategies for Coping With Less Sleep at Work - Health
No matter how little sleep you get one night, chances are you still have to go to work the next day and do your job successfully enough to keep your boss, clients, and colleagues happy....
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No-Cost Strategies to Fight Depression - Health
With the economy stuck in neutral, people have more reasons to be depressed—and less money to treat their depression—than in the past. The cost of medication and talk therapy add up even if you have health insurance—and more than 46 million people in the U.S. (and counting) do not....
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WHO | World Health Day - 7 April 2018
Celebrate World Health Day with special stamps 6 April 2018 - Today is the first day of issue of stamps to commemorate World Health Day and the seventieth anniversary of WHO....
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WHO | World Health Day 2016: Beat diabetes
World Health Day 2016: Action needed to halt rise in diabetes 6 April 2016 -- The number of people living with diabetes has nearly quadrupled since 1980 to 422 million adults, with most living in developing countries....
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