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Angered By High Health Care Spending? Here’s What Maryland Is Doing

US healthcare spending is maddeningly high. As in: fifty percent higher than what other wealthy countries spend, with no evidence we’re getting any bang for all those additional healthcare bucks. In 2014, the state of Maryland took direct aim at this

Alembic Pharma gets USFDA nod for seizure treatment drug

Drug firm Alembic Pharmaceuticals on July 1 said it has received approval from the US health regulator for Clonazepam orally disintegrating tablets, used for treatment of seizures. The approved product is therapeutically equivalent to the reference listed drug Klonopin orally disintegrating

7 Rules To Ensure You’re Doing Relationship Boundaries Right

The link between healthy relationships and setting boundaries is profound. Setting emotional boundaries with your partner and others leads to healthy relationships that last. Have you set personal and emotional boundaries in order to protect yourself from being manipulated or violated

What our relationships with others teach us about the relationship we have with ourselves

The people we love the most, can sometimes be the people who annoy or hurt us the most. Simply because they are so close to us and we value them and their opinion so much. At least that is what we

Want to ward off the apocalypse? Invest in women’s health and rights

Women wait with their children in the Alhaz Johurul Islam City Maternity Centre at Mirpur, Dhaka, Bangladesh. Image: Asian Development Bank, CC BY-NC-ND 2.0 World population continues to grow. The latest UN projections, released this week, indicate that we will add another 2 billion

Of relationships, secrets, and untold emotions, an interview with debutant author Madhuri Vijay

BENGALURU: Debutant author Madhuri Vijay read constantly as a child. All the books she lived on, inspired her to become a writer. She penned down stories all through school and had her first poem published in a newspaper at the age of

In Romantic Relationships, People Have a ‘Type’, Finds New Study

A new study by social psychologists at the University of Toronto (U of T) is revealing that when it comes to dating people really do have a ‘type.’ The research has found that when people look for love they do so with the

Morning exercise can increase body’s metabolic response

There appear to be rather significant differences between the effect of exercise performed in the morning and evening, and these differences are probably controlled by the body’s circadian clock. (Photo: Representational/Pixabay) Washington: Benefits of exercise vary according to the time it is

Fathers Should Spend Time with Kids to Develop Good Parent-Child Relationship

Researchers have found that fathers who spend lots of time helping out with childcare-related tasks on holidays develop stronger relationships with their kids. The study published in the Journal of Family Psychology, reveals that both types of involvement — caregiving versus

Why You Should Curate Strong Relationships With Editors — And How To Do It

PR is all about people. The name itself — public relations  — is enough to give you that impression. The gig is all about connecting people (your clients) with other people (the media) so their story can reach even more people (the audience).