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At Hoy we have a motto that we like to shoot for the moon and see how far we get....

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How many times do you see pain patients who aren’t addicted represented in stories about prescription painkillers? Maia Szalavitz weighs in.

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From Adweek's annual Hot List, this week in Career GPS we look for health-related jobs in thriving media outlets.

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Today's Daily Briefing looks at the effects of America's wars here at home, a doctor fired after speaking up, a skeptical look at open access journals and data on U.S. health care costs that you can play with.

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This week: The Healthy Living section of the Huffington Post seeks a Health News Editor. Also highlighted are opportunities at various online outlets. And as always, we've included the most updated information on upcoming grants, fellowships and educational opportunities.

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I received my first cigarettes around the time I got my first iron, stove, and refrigerator. This was the sixties, and the appliances were toys. The cigarettes were candy.

Looking back, I don't know what bothers me the most these days. The fact that I was being prepared for housework at such a young age, or that I was being prepared to smoke

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Doctors and bloggers slam Huffington Post for wacky health theories, unhealthy journalism in wake of AOL merger, plus more from our Daily Briefing.

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“Social media is like flossing: you don’t have to like it, you just have to do it, every day.”

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No good deed goes unpunished: a community backlash follows a Dallas Morning News hospital exposé. Plus more from our Daily Briefing.

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Health writers too often take patient stories at face value and don't ask for medical records.

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