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National Take a Hike Day

Still Something We Can Do and Stay Safe Intimately coupled with the National Trails Day (up next on June 5, 2021), the National Take a …

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Social Media And Your Health | Part III

Avoiding the Pitfalls of Social Media Strategies to Kick the Habit Whether ambitious and long-term or with immediate effect, a digital detox of social media …

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Social Media And Your Health | Part II

Algorithmialand Falling Prey to Social Media Puppet Masters It may be counterintuitive, but there is an incipient yet growing approach to everything virtual where one …

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Social Media And Your Health | Part I

How Does Social Media Hook You In? Social Media Addiction: A Sad Reality Dopamine-fueled, looping social media feedback craves? Tapping on the same neural architecture …

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Health Literacy Month

Problems & Importance The US has come a long way since its first medical school, established by physician John Morgan in Philadelphia in 1765. It …

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Sudden Cardiac Arrest Awareness Month

Myths Surrounding the Leading Cause of Death in the US Sudden Cardiac Arrest (SCA) is the leading cause of death in the United States, accounting …

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National Cholesterol Education Month

Portion Control & Incorporating Vegetables and Vegetable Fats into Diets Cholesterol is a waxy substance naturally occurring both in our bodies and in food. Our …

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September 10th: World Suicide Prevention Day

Links to Isolation, Financial Instability, and Loss of Loved Ones September 10th is World Suicide Prevention Day (WSPD), a date established in 2003 to raise …

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COVID-19 & Health Disparities

Dire Need for Addressing Health Equity Issues The shared vision of a society —children, adults and families— that can access and enjoy the godsend of …

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