Who is using social media when it comes to health? A PricewaterhouseCoopers report on social media and health care indicates that 42 percent of individuals viewing health information on social media look at health-related consumer reviews.
You’ve heard the promises. Weight loss quick and without exercise. Some of these diets may take pounds off, but chances are they won’t keep the weight off. Another problem with fad diets is that they can harm your health by requiring you to avoid certain types of foods. The result? An insufficient intake of vital nutrients.
Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder, or ADHD, can disrupt the lives of adults who have the disorder. Low self-esteem, poor work execution, and troubled relationships may be manifestations of the disorder. Did you know that all adults who have ADHD had it as children? Find out other amazing facts with these five major myths of adult ADHD.
Since there are so many fibromyalgia symptoms and combinations of symptoms, it can be a very difficult condition to diagnose. Partly due to this misunderstood fact, myths have filled in the void of knowledge.
Paid parental leave is a rarity in the United States, making us one of the advanced nations without it. However, it may slowly be catching on.
Autism Speaks has taken the word “cure” out of its mission statement. The new mission focuses on the advance of research concerning causes and therapies for autism instead of finding a cure for autism.
The Affordable Care Act is extremely detailed and confusing. How do you get ACA coverage if you have a summer and winter home, you work in one state and live in another, or you recently moved? Find out here.
Each year, The Environmental Working Group updates it’s Shopper’s Guide to Pesticides in Produce™. The guide tests 48 fruits and vegetables and ranks them according to their level of pesticide contamination. The 12 fruits and vegetables with the most pesticide residue are named the year’s Dirty Dozen™. Should you avoid these products? See for yourself.
If work wasn’t forty hours a week or more, we could easily justify not worrying about health at work. But we spend so much time working that it is important to incorporate these simple activities into your daily routine in order to improve your health.
Three things that do not necessarily lead to happiness at work concern the desire to receive more things from your employer. Happiness may not lie in the fulfillment of these desires, but in the fulfillment of positive interaction with our co-workers.