Month: May 2021

New study: Travelers care about both physical and mental health

As more people return to travel, they are looking forward to that sense of adventure and enjoying not just getting to the destination, but the journey itself. However, both business and leisure travelers have sometimes found traveling stressful, especially due to the recent health concerns. To help travelers have a more positive experience, many travel …

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One man shares his journey from diagnosis to finding a treatment for tardive dyskinesia

This article was sponsored and developed by Neurocrine Biosciences. As we’ve been living through this global pandemic for more than a year, we’ve seen an uptick in people experiencing mental health challenges. Research from the KFF Health Tracking Poll has shown that stress and worry related to the pandemic have had a negative impact on …

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5 ways to strengthen small businesses focusing on wellness

Running a small business focused on health and wellness is not an easy task at the best of times, but the past year’s challenges to the nation’s health have made it even harder. Never before have local businesses seemed so crucial to their communities, especially businesses centered on healthcare and wellness. For these businesses to …

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Don’t let these 3 obstacles hold you back from career autonomy

If you’re seeking a purposeful and rewarding career that allows you complete freedom to make your own decisions, you may have thought about becoming an entrepreneur. Those who are interested often wonder the best time to become an entrepreneur. According to a recent survey commissioned by Herbalife Nutrition and conducted by OnePoll, the best time …

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Expert Q&A: What you need to know about pregnancy and heart health

While there are many health complications surrounding pregnancy and giving birth, those related to cardiovascular disease are some of the most common — and the number one killer of new moms in the U.S. According to The American Heart Association’s Go Red for Women Movement, heart disease and stroke account for more than 25 percent …

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What to Know About Pool Safety This Summer: 4 Tips to Prepare

May is National Water Safety Month, and as we gear up for an unforgettable summer and head out to the pool, safety should remain top of mind for families. According to a recent consumer survey from Leslie’s, the world’s largest pool and spa retailer, almost half (47%) of respondents underestimate how many drownings take place …

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One nurse’s message to sickle cell disease patients during COVID-19: Get the care you need and deserve

As a nurse practitioner traveling the country to help fill the ongoing nursing shortage, Lakesha Dickerson has had a front-row seat to the COVID-19 pandemic. But Dickerson has viewed the pandemic through another lens, too — she is a Black woman living with sickle cell disease (SCD). When she was diagnosed with SCD, Dickerson was …

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Signs that poor sleep may be a more significant health issue

Sleep is essential to overall immunity and well-being, so disruptive sleep can affect personal health, family life and work. When you don’t get optimal sleep, it can hold you back from feeling energized, productive and healthy, not to mention lead to more significant health issues. Everyone experiences a bad night of sleep every once in …

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