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8 Good Reasons to Walk

Staying in shape can be difficult, but it’s something that everyone should do to ensure their health. However, you don’t need to join a gym or run five kilometers every day. 418 more words

My Entry into the 2017 Edition of the Leading Physicians of the World

Check out my official selection by the International Association of HealthCare Professionals for publication into the Leading Physicians of the World:

Prominent Anesthesiologist and Neuroanesthesiologist, Richard J. 13 more words

Anesthesiologist

Cynthia Reyes

Title: General Pediatric Surgeon
Company: Nemours Children’s Hospital
Location: Orlando, Florida, United States

Cynthia Reyes, General Pediatric Surgeon, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Doctors for dedication, achievements, and leadership in pediatric surgery.

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Surgery

A guest

Y’all, I have been invited to write a couple of guest posts for Harvard Health Blog and the first one is up today. Please read and better yet, leave a comment! 8 more words

Death And Dying

what is happiness?

I don’t know how others do it. I mean . . .  We’re all different, I get that. But some people can churn out blog post after blog post no matter what else is going on in their life. 735 more words

Perspective

Woman found dead after disappearing while swimming

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NT News And Galleries

Crowdsourcing “in reverse”: asking crowds to ask questions

It’s important to understand that crowdsourcing is first and foremost a question, a question that you ask a large and, ideally, diversified crowd of people. 523 more words

Innovation