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Healthcare Entrepreneurship: Expand the Area under your Network Curve

Building and managing your social network, both face to face and online, is a core entrepreneurial competence. It should also be a personal care competence.

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Diet and Health, Right and Wrong, and the Dire Ills of the Middle

The most acute problem with modern journalism is – undoubtedly - the assault upon it from on high, and the impersonation of it by propaganda mills. 

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Health Benefits of Amino Acids Backed by Science

Branch chain amino acids, or BCAAs, are something you usually see sold in stores with protein powders and other fitness supplements. However, adding these organic compounds to your diet is good for more than beefing up your fitness routine. 

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New Year, Best Diet? Variants, Theme, and One Timely Truth... for All to Swallow

Inevitably this time of year, we are awash in a perennial bounty of advice about how to eat. As one of the annual judges for US News & World Report’s “best diets” release, I am personally tangled up in my own fair share of it. 

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Declining Level of Trust in Healthcare

The foundation of any relationship is trust, including the doctor patient relationship and any business relationship. 

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The Corporate Frailty Syndrome

In medicine, frailty is theoretically defined as a clinically recognisable state of increased vulnerability resulting from aging-associated decline in reserve and function across multiple physiologic systems such that the ability to cope with everyday or acute stressors is comprised. 

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Healthcare Personal Advisory Board Tips

If you are at a cross roads, starting a new business or beginning your career, creating and convening a personal advisory board (PAB) is a good idea.