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Which Travel Rewards Credit Cards Are Best?
Which Travel Rewards Credit Cards Are Best?
Airlines are getting stingier and stingier with their rewards, but more and more credit cards are offering benefits for travelers. Here's a look at some of the best.
'Excuse me. I need to check something at the desk.'
There will come a time shortly when patients and doctors will get used to having a third person in the room—a voice-activated physician assistant.
The Only Country Where It Is OK to Not Be Good at Math
At present, we are not delivering a 21st Century workforce and the skills gap does not stop after high school.
'It's Good to Be King': The Benefits of Financial Independence
Financial Independence, defined as the ability to live your current lifestyle without employment income, is a powerful tool with amazing benefits. I believe it is a laudable goal every physician should aim to achieve.
How Is Your Vision?
The common thread among successful leaders and practices is that they have a clear vision of what they want to develop.
Election Facts That You Can Use
If you think you make decisions -- whether about which candidate to vote for or which house to buy -- based on objective facts, you're kidding yourself.
Missouri Objects to Blockbuster Aetna-Humana Merger
Missouri says the merger of the two insurance giants would make the state's Medicare Advantage market anti-competitive. It's asking the companies to propose remedies that would address the state's concerns.
Consistently Performing Hedge Funds: Rarer Than a Needle in Many Haystacks
Determining which hedge fund will be advantageous for a particular portfolio isn't just as difficult as finding a needle in a haystack. It's roughly akin to finding a needle in a field full of haystacks.
5 Ways to Fill the Clinical Empathy Gap
Empathy, compassion, and patience seem to be in short supply in the examining room, the classroom, and the operating room.

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