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POTS/ Ivabradine study…

POTS/ Ivabradine study…

Hi all, I thought I would share a research study that was sent to me from ResearchMatch.org, the website for the organization that provides information on available research studies. Apparently, a cardiologist at the University of California, San Diego is conducting a study to determine the effects of ivabradine on people with postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome (POTS). If you’re not familiar, ivabradine (brand name: Corlanor) is primarily prescribed to treat heart failure. It also slows heart rate, leading POTS specialists…

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job interview…

job interview…

Recently a friend and I were discussing job interviews and the ridiculous questions asked during such interviews, such as being asked to list your weaknesses. ¬†Just once, I’d love to hear someone answer honestly, like “I’m incredibly lazy”, or “I don’t work well with others because I’m mean and I smell funny.” However, the common¬†strategy is to present weaknesses that can be turned into strengths, such as “I’m too dedicated to my work”. This conversation sparked thoughts about weakness on…

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