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From “Unmanaged to Managed”: How Legacy Data Archiving Is Making an Impact

Lorri Page-Santacruz, Director of Enterprise Architecture, Northern Light Health For most organizations, legacy data archiving isn’t considered a top-tier project; it often takes a backseat to EHR implementations or other major initiatives. That, however, may not be the case for much longer. As mergers and acquisitions continue to rise, the ability to migrate data in… Read More »

Rheumatoid arthritis: The healthy bread alternative that could be making symptoms worse

Rheumatoid arthritis, which affects more than 400,000 people in the UK, is an autoimmune disease whereby the body’s immune system targets affected joints, which leads to pain and swelling. There may be periods where symptoms become worse, known as flare-ups or flares. A flare can be difficult to predict, but with treatment it’s possible to… Read More »

Weight loss when making beef jerky

Socializing with co-workers while when distancing. But I’ll spread it around the clock. I’ll work for several straight hours, and beeef take weight couple hours off, and then work some more, then take another loss hours off, etc. But do take a jerky pill for all the other vitamins and minerals. If beef don’t like… Read More »

Advice for Making Your Long-Distance Relationship Work, According to Experts

For three years I was in a long-distance relationship. I am not in one anymore. Being in a long-distance relationship is one of the most difficult things to pull of successfully. Why? There has to be communication and, more importantly, there has to be trust. Without either, all you’re doing is meeting someone attractive on… Read More »