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6 reasons this is the perfect thank-you email to send after a job interview

You spend weeks preparing for a job interview and give 110% once you're in the hot seat. You walk out feeling confident and relieved — like your work is <i>finally</i> done.<p>But it isn't.<p>In fact, there's still one more crucial step to take if you really want to land the gig: sending the interview thank you …

Why This Is The Best Of Times To Be A Physician In America

This is the best of times to be a United States physician. But it also is among the most challenging.<p>My optimism about the professional lives of physicians today has ample basis in reality. The trust and respect patients feel for their personal physicians still runs extremely high. The number of …

Google: Here's what we're actually doing with Google+ Photos

Google+ Photos is technically retiring, but that doesn't mean your photos or the service itself are actually going away.<p>Google is far from the only company that offers online photo storage. In this area, it competes against such rivals as Flickr, Amazon Prime Photos, Snapfish and Photobucket. So …

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Would You Buy Boner-Blocking Boxers for Your Man?

They may be hitting the market soon.<p>Let’s be real: Erections happen. While they’re often a (very) welcome reaction, boners can pop up when dudes least expect them. And that’s just awkward for everyone involved.<p>That’s why a fashion team out of Washington, D.C., has designed Bloxers. These skivvies …

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Genetic testing is taking medicine to an all new extreme

Preventing disease is a standard goal of medicine.<p>But a new technology takes it farther than we normally do by preventing a potential person with a genetic disease from being born at all, George Annas, a bioethicist and health lawyer at Boston University and author of "Genomic Messages," tells …