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Moments in Medicine - The Nebraska Medical Center

Practice Makes...Quitters?

Quitting smoking is no easy feat. Most of those who quit are successful only after multiple attempts. Pharmacist Tom Klingeman reveals the secret to avoiding failure and increasing your chances of achieving success your first time around. Read blog.


How To Meet Your New Year’s Resolutions

Losing weight and getting into shape are among the most common new year’s resolutions. These goals can quickly fail when you set your goals too high. The Nebraska Medical Center physiologist Kris Volkmer provides some helpful tips to help you meet your new year’s resolution goals. Watch video.


Eat More, Weigh Less, Be Healthy

Imagine eating more and actually gaining less. You can – as long as you’re eating more of the right types of foods. Find out what foods you can eat to fill your belly, curb cravings and cut your calories.  Read more.

"The only way of finding the limits of the possible is by going beyond them into the impossible."

Arthur C. Clarke

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Poll Results

Last month we asked you to to tell us what you knew about the QR (quick response) code pictured below. Almost 80 percent of you have seen it used in advertising, but 70 percent of you have no idea what it represents or what to do with it.


A QR code is a graphical representation of a website address. Smart phone users can download an application to their phone which reads QR codes and takes the user to a website. The Nebraska Medical Center has featured them in some print material. There is currently debate as to if  QR codes are used or if the public finds them useful.

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