We talk a lot about our physical health, but you may not know that May is Mental Health Awareness Month. As a society, we spend a lot of time dedicated to our health. This comes in the form of education, access to doctor care, sharing about eating for health or promoting physical exercise. But what has not always been prevalent is talking about Mental Health. In fact, speaking about mental health and receiving care for mental health held a stigma for a long time and in specific communities still does. It is critical to raise awareness so that these individuals can receive the care that they so desperately need.
Myth or Fact? Technology Causes Cancer One of the newest accessories of status is the Apple Airpods. You can see them everywhere, and they speak of a certain status. The price tag associated with them probably helps with that status. But there is also an air of agreement with Apple that phone jacks are superfluous. With this growing trend there is always the age-old question: will Airpods cause cancer? As we move to more Bluetooth technology, we are increasing our exposure to RF (radio frequency) energy which is a form of electromagnetic radiation. But it is not only airpods that are using this technology. It is how you receive wifi on any portable device. It is used in your smartwatches, your Bluetooth speakers, and your wireless headphones. Look around you, and you can probably count a minimum of 5 things that are all using RF energy right now.
When it comes to healthcare in the news, we should be used to an ever-changing message. So we guess there should be no surprise as Donald Trump picks up the healthcare debate once again and flip flops on his answers. From the beginning of his political trajectory, our current president has had a lot to say about the Affordable Care Act. He made promises throughout his campaign that it would be abolished. Then when the Republicans came up with a replacement health care plan of their own, they lacked the unification needed to get it passed through the Senate. Healthcare was a big talking point in the 2018 elections, and many believe that the democratic majority win in the house was due to the health care initiatives.
Aging Well â€œOld age is no place for sissiesâ€ We couldnâ€™t agree more Bette Davis! Aging is an inevitable process. However, there are ways that you can help yourself as you mature with dignity. In this blog, we will discuss a few ways that you probably have heard and some that you havenâ€™t to help you age well. Eat Well This may be a no brainer as eating healthy is one of the tenants of good health. But a well-balanced diet helps your body age well! One of the best things you can do is just to cut out processed foods. Processed foods are anything that comes prepackaged. By cutting these out, you are cutting out unnecessary sugars and salts. Along with eating well, you will want to ensure that you are drinking enough water. Well hydrated skin can better combat signs of aging like wrinkles and fine lines. But
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