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Bringing Drug Costs Down in 2016 with Generics and Biosimilars

by Carissa Andrews    •    January 20, 2016

Carissa Andrews is an passionate author and freelancer from Minnesotan with a focus in creative writing.

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by adamico
Last year, we saw the makings of what will likely be another year of skyrocketing drug prices and public backlash here in America. While high drug prices have been an issue for a long while, the topic of obscene prices were brought into the spotlight thanks to then CEO of Turing Pharmaceuticals, Martin Shkreli.

Is Dad Responsible for Your Weight?

by Carissa Andrews    •    January 18, 2016

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Studies have been around for a long time following the myriad ways that a mother’s health and habits can affect her unborn child. For example, drinking alcoholic beverages, smoking or doing drugs, vs. working out, eating right, etc.

The New Year Can be a Clean Slate for the Mentally Ill, Too

by Natasha Tracy    •    January 11, 2016

The New Year Can be a Clean Slate for the Mentally Ill, Too preview
When you wake up in the New Year, you may look at everything like it’s fresh and new. It’s why people make New Year’s resolutions – because the New Year can be an opportunity for us to turn the page and start anew.

However, if you wake up on New Year’s Day and you have the same mental illness as last year, thinking of January 1st as a clean slate can be much more difficult.

How Mark Zuckerberg Sets the Paternal Leave Tone for the Next Generation

by Carissa Andrews    •    January 9, 2016

Photo Credit: @PoisonEcology | Twitter
Photo Credit: @PoisonEcology | Twitter
With the birth of their daughter Max, new parents Mark Zuckerberg and Pricilla Chan are doing what most parents in the United States only dream of; they’re taking a substantial amount of time off to be home with their newborn.


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