Adult ADHD and Sleep Problems – Web MD

Everyone needs 7-9 hours of sleepeach night to feel productive and well during the day. But people with ADHD often have a hard time falling or staying asleep.

Because you feel tired, your ADHD symptoms get worse, and that makes it harder to sleep the next night. This cycle repeats. And it happens to a lot of people. One study found that roughly two thirds of people with ADHD — 67% — found it hard to get ...

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How to Defend Yourself Against Scams and Cyberattacks – PT in Motion Magazine

From classics such as embezzlement to the new frontiers of phishing and ransomware, here’s what you need to know to protect yourself from people who are trying to steal money, information, and data from you and from your patients and clients.

Bank robber Willie Sutton, when asked why he robbed banks, is reported to have said “Because that’s where the money is.” While the statement’s authenticity is uncertain, its lesson is proven: Scammers and thieves follow the money. And there’s ...

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What Are the Treatments for All Stages of Bladder Cancer? – HealthCentral

n 2017, more than 80,000 people were diagnosed with bladder cancer. Early symptomscan include blood in the urine that makes it appear pink or orange, pain with urination, and feeling urgency to urinate even when the bladder is not full. Treatment options vary by stage, as is common in most cancers. Here are the specifics per stage. But first, here’s some insight into how you find out you have bladder cancer.

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A Survivor’s Guide to Heart Health – HealthCentral

Today there are approximately 15.5 million adult cancer survivors in the United States, and more than 40 percent of those who are over 50 will develop cardiovascular disease. And this is good news. Why? Because cancer treatments have become more effective and patients are surviving long enough to develop these side effects.

“We used to not think of cardiac effects of cancer treatment,” says Dr. Moslehi, the director of cardio-oncology at Vanderbilt University Medical Center. “Now, because ...
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‘Speak Up for Your Body’ – HealthCentral

Noel Rademacher noticed the first sign of her ovarian cancer in August 2012 when she struggled to zip up her wedding dress. The dress had fit perfectly only a few weeks before, but now it was extremely tight around her abdomen even though she hadn’t gained any weight.

A week later, on her honeymoon in Bora Bora with her husband, Thomas, Noel started feeling intense pressure to urinate even when her bladder was empty.

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Straight to the Heart – CURE Magazine

IT’S NOTHING NEW FOR cardiologists and oncologists to work together to care for patients, but a recent evolution in medicine has cemented the relationship.

The knowledge that certain cancers and particularly their treatments can cause heart problems, along with the trend toward medical subspecialization, has led to the emergence of cardio-oncology teams. The cardiologists and oncologists on these teams are experienced in treating patients with cancer who have pre-existing heart conditions, modifying treatment regimens when they cause heart problems and managing ...

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Check Out our Awards from Clutch

Perhaps you’ll notice we’re standing a bit taller today. You might even notice a little spring in our step. Maybe some jazz hands for a little extra flair? It’s not out of the question. Why? Well, here at Gramercy Tech, we’re feeling good, not just because we’re one of the top boutique agencies in the country. That’s old news. Today we were especially happy to hear that we’ve earned four new awards from Clutch.

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Take Your Corporate Meeting Over the Top with EDGAR

Have you met EDGAR? Nope, not the author, or the athlete. EDGAR is an acronym that stands for Event Dialogue Guidance and Reporting, and it’s crucial to running a successful corporate meeting or conference in the modern age. That’s because EDGAR allows for transcriptions, translations, word cloud closed captions and the ability to immediately share post event materials.

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