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Summit to take wide-ranging look at factors of race, stigma, policy, and the lived experience of patients

Harvard and the University of Michigan have joined forces to combat the opioid crisis and are convening this month a summit of scholars, scientists, and practitioners to take a close look at the epidemic of drug use and overdose deaths that has swept the nation. Mary Bassett, director of the Harvard T.H. Chan School of… Read More »

Take Steps to Prevent a Stroke

THURSDAY, May 9, 2019 — Strokes are common but not inevitable. There are ways you can reduce your risk, starting with your blood pressure. Stroke is the fifth leading cause of death in the United States and the leading cause of permanent disability, said Dr. Gary Bernardini, neurology chair at New York-Presbyterian Hospital Queens. Most… Read More »

Are You Aware Where To Take The ASVAB Assessment? Posted By : Jennifer James Cooper

The Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery or more typically known as ASVAB is a few sets of multiple-choice psychological tests arranged to rank a person’s Military Occupational Specialty or MOS. The work choices feasible in the military are mostly exclusively based on one’s ASVAB assessment points. In order to pass the assessment, one ought to… Read More »