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March April 2020

Master Molecule

Modern pharmacology helps turn back the clock. As humanity continues to advance, technology follows suit. For decades, groundbreaking discoveries in human health and treatment have been made. One of the oldest voyages in medicine has
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Compassion Fatigue

A pandemic affecting people who continually give too much Regardless how much we may want to help those who are hurting or in need, caring full-time for others can lead to a downturn in a caregiver’s own feelings of vitality, leading to
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2020 Top Docs

Many of us would agree that our health is our most valuable asset. As such, we go to great lengths to make sure we safeguard it. We take vitamins and supplements, attempt to eat healthier, exercise, try to get the right amount of sleep,
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Sign Language

When the United States Supreme Court rules on an issue everyone must comply. For many Tennessee communities, that means less restriction on signs. Farragut has long been a hotbed of contention between local businesses and city officials
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Self Care

Most of us come into this world with an intrinsic ability to have fun. We can see it when we watch kids play with water and just about anything. If somewhere along adulthood we fell out of love with life, this article offers lighthearted
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What Women Want

Dear Knoxonomist: How do I discover my true purpose? My wife’s therapist(s) have assured her that once I do, she will have the perfect husband. I’m trying to figure out what she really wants? —Ivan Dear Ivan— The Knoxonomist wonders who
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Incredible Appalachia

Travel Through Time at the Museum of Appalachia John Rice Irwin founded his vision in 1969—a museum sought to ensure that Appalachian history would survive forever. Over the years, the museum continued to see more and more visitors,
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