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myheartsisters.org — “Those of us living with an invisible illness like heart disease usually look and sound pretty much the same as we did pre-diagnosis. Here are some suggestions about what to say to an ill person you care about instead of the common (buy annoying) greeting: "You look great!" And here are some ideas for responding…” View full resource at myheartsisters.org
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drugs.com — “Nearly 70 percent of Americans say that they or someone they care for experienced pain in the previous 30 days, a recent survey shows. Release of the American O” View full resource at drugs.com
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cliffordbassettmd.com — “Experts from the American College of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology say that kissing and other intimate contact can trigger an allergic reaction to those with acute sensitivities to things like ...” View full resource at cliffordbassettmd.com
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jeffersonhospital.org — “If you or someone you care about is diagnosed with Meniere's disease, specialists at the Jefferson Balance and Hearing Center within the Department of Otolaryngology can provide high-quality diagnoses and patient care.” View full resource at jeffersonhospital.org
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