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Client News: HighYa.com

Despite their lax regulatory status, some dietary supplements and vitamins can interact with the body in dangerous ways. Here, we’ll cover several of the most popular. Su Robotti, President, MedShadow, provides insight. Read here....

Client News: Crain’s Houston: If I Knew Then

In this ongoing series, we ask executives, entrepreneurs and business leaders about mistakes that have shaped their business philosophy. Sharon Birkman, CEO, Birkman International, shares her career journey and explains the value of joining a peer advisory group. Birkman is the 2017 recipient of the...

The Business Journals: Family Values Help Fin Fun Make a Splash

Editor’s note: As part of National Small Business Week, business owners from across the country are being honored this spring in Washington, D.C. These individuals were selected as this year’s Small Business Person of the Year winnersby the U.S. Small Business Administration earlier this year....

Orlando Sentinel: Women Presidents’ Organization Descends on Orlando

The New York Times bestselling author Shawn Achor and video game designer Jane McGonigal will deliver key speeches in Orlando this week at the 20th-anniversary conference for the global business group, Women Presidents’ Organization. Achor will talk about “how training your brain to be positive at...

Next Avenue: Dealing With Side Effects of Arthritis Meds

(This article appeared previously on MedShadow.org.) It is estimated that more than 50 million Americans have arthritis, which is the top cause of disability in the United States. The disease affects women and older adults more often than men and younger folks, though people of all sexes,...

Everyday Health: Why I Talked My Husband Out of Taking Statins

Statins are so universally popular with doctors that I’ve heard one claim “they” should put “statins in the drinking water.” Statins lower cholesterol which is a good thing because high cholesterol can lead to a heart attack or a stroke. Heart attacks are the No....