Healthy living means something different to different people. For some people, like runners, for example, eating complex carbohydrates is an essential, healthy fuel, whereas it could be harmful to someone managing diabetes. The same can be said for health as we age. What might have been healthy in your 30s may not be healthy now that you’re in your 60s.
Just a few minutes of yoga every day can yield tremendous improvements in seniors and caregivers who cope with chronic physical and mental problems.
This October, Ed4HHS is proud to participate in National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Breast cancer is the second most common kind of cancer in women (second to skin cancer). About 1 in 8 women born today in the United States will get breast cancer at some point. But the good news is that millions of women are surviving the disease thanks in part to early detection and improvements in treatment.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention:
The decision to undergo chemotherapy or radiation treatment is a difficult one, yet often necessary to achieve remission or prolong a patient’s life expectancy. The prospect of these treatments and the side effects that often come along with them is frightening for many patients and their families. Will they become sick after treatment? Will they be able to get out of bed and participate in the activities they typically enjoy?
The healthcare industry is one of the most hardworking, but highly rewarding opportunity for those interested. Many of those already in the industry will tell you how fulfilling this career can be as long as you put the work in. As a professional in the healthcare industry, there is an abundance of career paths that you can go into. Healthcare continues to be the fastest growing industry. So, what makes this industry so popular?
Here are five benefits of working in the healthcare industry:
The most common place for pain to occur in the body is in the head. Two such pains are known as headaches and migraines. Headaches and migraines are a misery and often affects our daily life and tasks such as our job and family responsibilities. They arise from pain triggered in the head or upper neck of the body which affects the tissues surrounding the brain. Some can be severe, but it is very rare that headaches or migraines are caused by something serious.
Between family and work obligations, many of us make that same excuse that we don’t have time to be and stay healthy because we are just too busy, over
We live in a world that is constantly developing and growing with new technologies, discoveries, and places to see. Because of this, it has become our human nature to want to experience everything and see for ourselves what the future has to bring. Realistically, many of us won’t. Many of us are afraid to leave this world one day and lose everything we have earned especially family and friends.
December 1st, officially called World AIDS Day, marked the beginning of AIDS Awareness Month.
According to the Aids.gov website, more than one million people are living with HIV and AIDS in the US. One in six people living with HIV are not aware that they have the disease, and one in four new cases of HIV occur among young adults from 13 years of age to 24.
Recently, I had the pleasure of working with a gentleman born in India who has been in the United States for almost 25 years; working, raising his family and contributing to his community. During breaks in our conference schedule, he shared with me his views on diversity and the steps he takes both in his personal and professional life to promote an understanding and acceptance of all types of people.