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“No One Walks in and Gets a Talk Show, Greg” Why you should take every shot you get.

I still remember about 12 years ago, sitting with my television agent Greg Lipstone at a sandwich shop in Los Angeles. Greg was one of the heads of television for the mega-entertainment agency William Morris. We had a few meetings scheduled with television show runners to talk about a drama …

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Creative Crisis Management

A crisis is a disruption in one’s life story, whether the particular disruption is personal, professional or political. That’s why every crisis requires creative vision, in order to emerge with as little damage as possible—or, preferably, stronger than ever. In the midst of the crisis, it can be difficult to …

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The All Important “Deck” to Secure Start-up Funding

Starting a business has an inevitable element of storytelling to it. First of all, it all starts with an idea, just like a novel does. The idea is an answer to this question: “What if?” Here are three examples: • What if people could . . . ? • What …

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DON’T BE AFRAID TO LOOK AWAY FROM THE CAMERA (AND THREE OTHER TIPS FOR TV INTERVIEWS)

For executives, authors, attorneys or anyone who is not a veteran of on-camera work, it can be daunting when a news event or a publicity tour means going in front of the camera. Sitting in a small room for a satellite interview, with an earpiece in your ear and a …

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Marijuana in Massachusetts

Find out what is happening with legal marijuana across Massachusetts

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Is Game of Thrones on Netflix?

Now that our Game of Thrones watch has ended, it’s time for a rewatch of the eight-season series. Whether you’re coming to the show for the first time, or have been an avid viewer […]

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Daytona Motor Mouths: Back to NASCAR podcast business

After two weeks of separation, News-Journal sports columnist Ken Willis and Motorsports Editor Godwin Kelly are reunited inside the Sixth Street Studio in this week’s Daytona Motor Mouths podcast.For those keeping track, Ken went off to cover the Masters golf tournament and when he got back, Godwin was taking a …

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FLEXIBLE FITNESS: Physical therapy can help with constipation

Have you experienced constipation? Constipation is the most common digestive complaint in the United States. It is estimated that close to 2.5 million doctor visits are for people suffering from constipation. Medications to treat constipation cost Americans hundreds of millions of dollars. Constipation can cause a lot of anxiety and …

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Physician-Patient Relationships: The Benefits of Long-Term Medical Practice

Long-term physician-patient relationships are increasingly rare in the era of electronic documentation.

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Effective of Combined Chronotherapy for Unipolar, Bipolar Depression

A combination of sleep deprivation and light therapy may alleviate symptoms in patients experiencing depressive episodes.

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Self-Direct Care Model Associated With Superior Client Outcomes, Lower Resource Costs

Investigators conducted a randomized controlled trial of a mental health self-directed care program, assessing participant outcomes, service satisfaction, and cost.

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Postnatal Paternal Depression Associated With Depression in Girls

Study showed an association between depression in fathers during the postnatal period and subsequent depression in girls at age 18 years.

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Global Migration and Health Outcomes: Examining a Complex Relationship

A UCL-Lancet Commission set out to examine data related to the health and well-being of international migrants.

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Risk for Instability Increased in Patients With Major Depressive Disorder and Comorbid ADHD

In patients with major depression, having a comorbid diagnosis of ADHD may be associated with bipolar disorder diathesis, mixed features, and multiple psychiatric comorbidities.

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Brain Stimulation for Post-Stroke Depression

Noninvasive brain stimulation (NIBS) techniques are a potential alternative to the use of medications for the treatment of poststroke depression.

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Early Adverse Life Events, Severity of Trauma Linked to Irritable Bowel Syndrome

A greater number of early adverse life events as well as more severe traumatic experiences were found to be associated with an increased risk for developing irritable bowel syndrome.

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Prenatal Valproate Exposure Associated With Increased Risk for ADHD

Researchers sought to determine whether prenatal exposure to valproate and other antiepileptic drugs (AEDs) increases the risk for ADHD in offspring.

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