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2 Minute Medicine® to License Peer-Reviewed Medical News to Physician’s Weekly in Expansive New Partnership | News

BASKING RIDGE, N.J. and BOSTON, March 4, 2022 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — 2 Minute Medicine, Inc, a global award-winning medical news publisher and content licensing group, is pleased to announce an expansive new content licensing partnership with Physician’s Weekly, LLC, a trusted source of medical news and information for healthcare professionals. 2 Minute Medicine® will provide their cornerstone physician-written medical reports and industry-leading visual abstracts for use by Physician’s Weekly via their proprietary publication syndication engine.

“Licensing our curated and peer-reviewed medical news, written by practicing physicians and health professionals, to Physician’s Weekly and their leading healthcare platform will provide

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Russia-Ukraine war latest news: ‘world narrowly averted nuclear catastrophe’ over Zaporizhzhia fire, says US envoy to UN – live | World news








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Bird Flu Outbreak Hits U.S. Chickens — Here’s How it Can Affect Poultry Prices and Your Health

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After dealing with the worst pandemic in generations, many Americans are likely more wary of emerging outbreaks than they were in the past. So not that “bird flu” ever sounded amazing, but in 2022, you’re justified in wanting to know what exactly is happening.

First, the bad news: Bird flu has recently been detected in the United States. On February 16, the USDA’s Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) wrote that the Eurasian H5 strain of highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) — as opposed to other strains that

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world leaders urge ceasefire after shelling started fire at nuclear power plant – live

Guardian reporter, Luke Harding, is currently in Lviv, western Ukraine where he says demoralised Russian soldiers tell of their anger at being “duped” into war.

Eight days after Vladimir Putin’s invasion it is clear that a significant number of his servicemen are demoralised and reluctant to fight. Some have given themselves up.

Others have abandoned their vehicles and have set off back towards the Russian border on foot, lugging their weapons and kitbags, videos suggest. These episodes do not mean that the Kremlin will fail in its attempts to conquer Ukraine, as its tactics shift to brutal shelling of civilians.

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4 simple lifestyle habits to help prevent heart disease and stay healthy – Whittier Daily News

Cardiovascular disease, affecting the heart and blood vessels, remains the No. 1 killer for both men and women in the United States. Paying attention to risk factors and leading a healthy lifestyle can help keep your heart healthy.

A staggering one in four deaths in the United States is attributed to heart disease. While the statistics are scary, the good news is that heart disease risk reduction is clear and simple, and in most cases heart disease is preventable.

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, about half of all Americans have at least one of the top

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How Jewish women pioneered the fitness movement – The Forward

The women appear perfectly coiffed, makeup impeccable. They’re dressed in shorts, blouses, light sweaters and earrings to match. You might think they were headed off to a picnic in the park. But no, it’s 1958 and they’ve arrived at a calisthenics or “figure-shaping” class.

Well, actually this is a fictionalized recreation of what women’s group exercise might have looked like at the time in one of the most memorable scenes in the first season of “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel.”

At the start of episode two, Miriam (aka, “Midge”) Maisel, a well-to-do Jewish housewife on the Upper West Side whose husband

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