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Ben Schanker, MD MBA MPH, graduated from Boston University as valedictorian in 2009. Since then, he has gone on to receive an MD from Harvard Medical School, an MBA from the University of Oxford, and an MPH from Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. He is the founder of ValPro Health Inc, a digital health company transforming value-based healthcare delivery through innovation in healthcare finance, informatics, behavioral economics, and technology. Ben was a Fellow with the US Department for Health and Human Services, and an Expert Consultant on Health Technology for the World Health Organization. His graduate thesis on Telemedicine as a Disruptive Innovation adding Value to Healthcare was awarded distinction from Oxford, and he is the youngest member to ever be elected to the American Board of Medical Quality.!!

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How Cat Naps Affect Your Mood And Memory

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By Nicole Lovato, Flinders University and Leon Lack, Flinders University | Photo Credit: irina198 Want to boost your memory and mood? Take a nap, but keep it short We’re told to have power naps to keep us safe on the road and improve our alertness if we’ve had insufficient sleep. They even help our surgeons…

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How Fat And Sugar Makes You Keep On Eating

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Too much sugar and fat is affecting your brain too – not just your belly. By Terry Davidson, American University | Photo Credit: novelrobinson, CC BY-NC-SA Fat and sugar-heavy diet harms your brain – and makes you keep on eating Do you eat only when you’re actually hungry? Many of us eat even when our…

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The Science Behind Why Kissing Feels Good

Jan 9, 2017

Getting jiggy. By Sheril Kirshenbaum, University of Texas at Austin | Photo Credit: Pedrosimoes7, CC0 Public Domain Lips are the most exposed erogenous zone, which makes kissing feel very good Scientists in the Netherlands have reported that we share about 80m bacteria during a passionate ten-second kiss; a finding that makes puckering up seem cringe-worthy…

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