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Is it OK for first-year doctors to work 28 hours? New rule says it's fine

Aug 31, 2017
First-year medical residents can now work up to 28-hour shifts, which some say can lead to fatigue and mistakes. But senior doctors argue that limiting the length of a shift would compromise resident education and patient care.
Dr. Josie Valenzuela, now a fourth year resident at the University of Arizona, uses a microscope for examining the eye. She disagrees with a new rule that allows first year residents to work up to 28 hours in a row.
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Who in their right mind approved this ad?

Jun 13, 2017
'There’s a lot of client engagement and collaboration along the way,' ad executive says.
What would Don Draper do?
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10 home-buying mistakes to avoid (infographic)

Oct 30, 2013
You want that new home, but make sure you don't make a decision you'll regret later