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As a CEO and mom of a child with special needs, juggling is the norm. But the stress of the last year - home schooling (poorly, I might add), running a company virtually, and the unending isolation - has been overwhelming, to say the least.
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Even after decades of effort in preventing and stopping tobacco use, smoking is still “our country’s longest running and deadliest epidemic”...
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Earlier in the month, we faced the threat of a government shutdown. This week we learned of the resignation of the head of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). It is always unfortunate to learn that the government systems we rely on are broken, or that a person who is in a position of public trust has …
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Like many Americans and patient advocacy organizations, yesterday afternoon I was disappointed to see House Republicans narrowly vote on the passage of the American Health Care Act, the first step in an effort to repeal portions of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA). While attention was necessary to…
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February is American Heart Month – a time to take stock of our cardiovascular health and remind ourselves of the importance of staying “heart healthy.” Oh, and to wear red, too! At Solera Health, we are acutely aware of the relevance of American Heart Month, because of the strong correlation…
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