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A tattoo parlor in Maryland has become an unlikely destination for breast cancer survivors.

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@Healthline.com has spiffy new branding. Here's our blog post explaining why: bit.ly/1lo2PCv via @HealthlineAdLab

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Vote for Healthline!

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Help @Healthline add a Webby to their altar. They're in 2nd place in The #Webbys People’s Voice. VOTE: http://wbby.co/a1FR

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Health condition information told through fun whiteboard animations... well done +Healthline 

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Do you have a health blog? Healthline's "Best Health Blog of 2013" contest just kicked off, and we're looking for the best fitness, health, weight loss, mental health and lifestyle blogs on the Web.

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Healthline is creating great work. Here's an example... 
I've been working very hard to put this campaign together, and it just launched today. Huge thanks to +Jack Mackenroth and all other initial participants. And special thanks to +Joshua Rotter for his support and guidance. 

I believe this campaign has the potential to make a difference in the lives of the recently diagnosed, and I encourage everyone to share with friends and family. 

http://www.healthline.com/health/hiv-aids/youve-got-this

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Health Insurance Exchanges 101 from Healthline.com

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Remember when Jobs returned to Apple? It was 1997, after the failure of the NeXT, and it was not assumed he could affect real change. Even Woz admits he wasn't sure Jobs could fix Apple. In this video Jobs is called out in front of a live audience by a guy who questions Jobs technical understanding and tells Jobs that he doesn't know "what he's talking about." Pretty interesting to watch Steve's response. Saw this from a FastCompany article: http://bit.ly/rkcd7Z

Some thoughts on admitting when you're wrong: I'm big on taking blame and recognizing your own faults. It helps you and others to recognize what you're not good at, and where & how to improve. Sometimes it's hard to admit such things based on where you are in the power structure of a company -- admitting you are wrong can get you fired after all. As the CEO of a company, it's perhaps easier to do, though your shareholders and employees might lose faith if you admit you're wrong. Ultimately, I think you're "safe" to admit such things if you can be honest and genuine enough for people to see past your mistakes and understand you're moving in the right direction. To me, perhaps the biggest mistake a leader can make is to act like he or she is infallible. When you do that, it exponentially increases the damage caused by a weakness that may have been pretty small in the first place.
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