Monthly Archives: May 2022

Mental Health Resources

Lonely young latina woman sitting on bed. Depressed hispanic girl at home, looking away with sad expression. When should you get help? The following symptoms might be signs of an underlying mental health condition: thoughts of hurting yourself or othersfrequent or persistent feelings of sadness, anger, fear, worry, or anxietyfrequent emotional outbursts or mood swingsconfusion or unexplained memory lossdelusions or ... Read More »

Work-Life Balance — for Good

Boundaries between work and life have been dissolving as cell phones and the internet made it possible to reach people outside the office. But when the pandemic hit in 2020, sending legions of office workers to log in from home, separating work from the rest of life became a totally different ballgame. And it’s taken a big toll on mental ... Read More »

World Health Assembly re-elects Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus to second term as WHO Director-General

WHO Member States today re-elected Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus to serve a second five-year term as Director-General of the world’s leading public health agency. Dr Tedros was first elected in 2017. His re-election was confirmed during the 75th World Health Assembly in Geneva. He was the sole candidate. “I am humbled by the opportunity provided by Member States to serve a ... Read More »

Health and Nutrition Tips That Are Actually Evidence-Based

Guille Faingold/Stocksy United 1. Limit sugary drinks Sugary drinks like sodas, fruit juices, and sweetened teas are the primary source of added sugar in the American diet (1Trusted Source). Unfortunately, findings from several studies point to sugar-sweetened beverages increasing risk of heart disease and type 2 diabetes, even in people who are not carrying excess body fat (2Trusted Source). Sugar-sweetened ... Read More » • Free Website Templates - Downlaod Full Themes