0 comments on “‘green’ and/or ‘blue’ natural elements such as street trees, forests, city parks, and natural parks/reserves, and also all types of water bodies make a difference.”

‘green’ and/or ‘blue’ natural elements such as street trees, forests, city parks, and natural parks/reserves, and also all types of water bodies make a difference.

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0 comments on “Family environment — shared living space and common eating habits — can make a major contribution to a person’s risk of disease like depression.”

Family environment — shared living space and common eating habits — can make a major contribution to a person’s risk of disease like depression.

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0 comments on “I suffer from audio and visual hallucinations, I’m under 16 and consume no harmful substances, am relatively healthy, could it be anything serious?”

I suffer from audio and visual hallucinations, I’m under 16 and consume no harmful substances, am relatively healthy, could it be anything serious?

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Simple visual hallucinations include images of unformed light, geometric shapes or designs. Complex visual hallucinations are formed images of people, animals, or scenes.

0 comments on “Corporate Wellness Magazine Sleep: Why Should Leadership and HR Take Notice? – Corporate Wellness Magazine”

Corporate Wellness Magazine Sleep: Why Should Leadership and HR Take Notice? – Corporate Wellness Magazine

Evidence of our 24/7 culture’s impact on our sleep is showing up more and more, including at work. According to the CDC over 30% of the U.S. workforce is not getting the sleep they need and sleep deprivation is a public health epidemic.1 It’s becoming increasingly clear that insufficient sleep is not sustainable. Be it at work or at home, employees and employers are taking notice. Research has provided mounting evidence that sleep deprivation has a significant economic cost, playing havoc with the bottom line. According to the RAND Europe report, up to $411 billion of economic output is lost every year in the U.S. due […]

Source: Corporate Wellness Magazine Sleep: Why Should Leadership and HR Take Notice? – Corporate Wellness Magazine

0 comments on “Active Lifestyle Counters Aging, Study Shows”

Active Lifestyle Counters Aging, Study Shows

Women who maintain an active lifestyle as they get older may age more slowly than those who are more sedentary. Keeping up with your fitness routine could keep you younger! The science behind the discovery lies in our DNA. Throughout the course of our lives, our cells constantly replicate themselves. After each copy,  tiny caps — called telomeres — at the end of our DNA strands shorten, exposing our chromosomes to decay. Shorter telomeres have been linked to heart disease, diabetes and cancer.

Source: Active Lifestyle Counters Aging, Study Shows

0 comments on “George H.W. Bush Hospitalized for ‘Shortness of Breath’ – NBC News”

George H.W. Bush Hospitalized for ‘Shortness of Breath’ – NBC News

Despite the loss of mobility, he celebrated his 90th birthday by making a tandem parachute jump in Kennebunkport. Last summer, Bush led a group of 40 wounded warriors on a fishing trip at the helm of his speedboat, three days after his 92nd birthday celebration.

Source: George H.W. Bush Hospitalized for ‘Shortness of Breath’ – NBC News