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During American Heart Month, healthcare professionals can both teach and model disease prevention.
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Opening up to your boss about your workplace needs as a caregiver can help you strike a good balance.
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Detaching from others can take a serious emotional toll on caregivers, so it's key to stay connected.
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Self-care resources offer ways to share your responsibilities and lighten the emotional burden.
Work Life Balance
Expose yourself to as much as possible. Attend conferences no one else is attending. Read books no one else is reading. Talk to people no one else is talking to.
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