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What’s Causing America’s Massive Doctor Shortage? [VIDEO]

America is not just facing a healthcare cost crisis, but we are also experiencing a huge doctor shortage that is continually growing. According to the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC): The United States will see a shortage of up to nearly 122,000 physicians by 2032 as demand for physicians continues to grow faster than supply, according to new data ...

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What Happens When You Eat Avocado Every Day

New York Times best-selling author Frank Lipman, MD, says, “Avocados are truly one of nature’s little miracle foods and I encourage you to enjoy them several times a week.” From adding it to your favorite smoothies or whipping up some tasty guacamole, the options are endless. Here’s what avocados wish you knew. Your cholesterol improves While avocados may have gotten ...

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North Korea warns US to prepare for ‘Christmas gift’

North Korea will send a “Christmas gift” to the United States, but what that present contains will depend on the outcome of ongoing talks between Washington and Pyongyang, a top official has warned. The ominous comments, which some have interpreted as a sign that North Korea could resume long-distance missile tests, comes as the clock ticks closer to the country’s ...

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Kid Rock Attacks Oprah and Abandons Detroit

Little Caesars Arena is going to rock a little less. Kid Rock will not be renewing his licensing agreement for the Made in Detroit restaurant in the Little Caesars Arena in Detroit. This comes after the singer ranted against Oprah Winfrey at a Tennessee steakhouse. A statement from Ilitch Holdings, which manages the arena, obtained by the AP, said that ...

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The Death of Conservative Voters and American Ideals

For the first 120 years of young America, there were no real conservative or liberal voters. There were differing political parties and ideologies but their differences were far different than the differences we see between political parties today. The main division in the early days was whether power should be held by the individual states or the newly formed federal ...

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Democrats’ Socialist Policies Increasing Homelessness in America

Homelessness is at epidemic proportions in some areas of the United States. In some political circles, the definition of homelessness is varied and argued, however: HUD defines homelessness by dividing it into four categories: Someone who lacks a fixed, adequate nighttime residence; Someone who is at imminent risk of homelessness; Unaccompanied youth under age 25 or families with children who haven’t ...

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Fighting Erectile Dysfunction Without ‘Little Blue Pills’

Traditionally, men are prouder about their masculinity than women are about their femininity. Male ego is a very powerful thing and to have anything question a man’s masculinity or his male pride is something that most men will not discuss. It took many years for women to open up and talk about breast, uterine and cervical cancer and other health ...

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Are Washington Politicians Purposely Dividing America?

A house divided cannot stand is something we’ve all heard for many years. While many believe the expression refers to when America was divided by the Civil War, the expression actually goes back to Biblical times. However, the expression has readily applied to America during the Civil War and to America today. The very nature of having opposing political parties ...

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