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  • 10 Easy Tips for Dealing With the Isolation of Working From Home

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    From the Work from Home Woman Recently, one of my colleagues posted this update in a Facebook Group we belong to: “Do any of you ever get tired of your whole work-life being online? I’m starting to think that my nagging depression is related to not working in the real offline world. I’m starting to consider changing to start a…

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  • Low Carb Easy Cheesy Tuna Casserole

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    This creamy, cheesy tuna casserole is packed with extra veggies, and ready in just 30 minutes! Course: Dinner Cuisine: American Prep Time: 30 minutes Cook Time: 5 minutes Servings: 4 portions Ingredients 1/2 pound short cut pasta such as Barilla Plus Farfalle 1 head cauliflower 2 tablespoons olive oil 1 cup diced onion 1 jar prepared alfredo sauce 2/3 cup…

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  • One Pot Creamy French Onion Pasta Bake

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    From Half Baked Harvest This One Pot Creamy French Onion Pasta Bake is the ultimate cold weather comfort food. Think French onion soup, with the addition of pasta, a creamy sauce, and melty Gruyere cheese. The secret to this one-pot pasta is a little bit of wine, to keep those classic French onion soup flavors we love so much. This…

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  • Scam Prevention: Finding Real Work From Home Jobs

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    From The Work at Home Woman When you’re looking for work-at-home opportunities, you’re bombarded with information. Positions sound appealing, but are they legitimate? I know the uncertainty you feel because when I started my work-at-home job search, I was in the same boat. It’s why I created this website. Through my research, I’ve found some simple solutions that will significantly decrease…

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  • Electronic Health Records Creating a ‘New Era’ of Health Care Fraud, Officials Say

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    By Fred Schulte and Erika Fry for Fortune.com This story is part of an ongoing series investigating the government’s rollout of electronic health records. Read part one and part two. Derek Lewis was working as an electronic health records specialist for the nation’s largest hospital chain when he heard about software defects that might even “kill a patient.” The doctors at Midwest…

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