The last few years have been hard on people of all ages. Most adults understand the impact of the pandemic on their mental health. But how is the stress of a global crisis affecting kids’ mental health?
Discrimination shouldn’t have any place in nursing. Nurses are entitled to respect and dignity on the job. Patients are entitled to fair treatment and respect from nursing staff. But what can be done about this persistent problem?
As the world continues to spin in a COVID-upended reality, virtually every person on the planet has experienced an increase in stress and/or isolation as a result of the last fifteen months. Without healthy ways to abate those negative forces, people experience deterioration in their productivity, emotional or physical wellbeing, mood, and quality of life. While most adults are aware of that reality, what is not as commonly known is that a simple but powerful antidote exists that doesn’t require medication, doctor’s visits, therapy, or expensive interventions: Play.
Which types of businesses have seen the most impact from COVID-19, and which are mostly back to business as usual? What can we expect post-pandemic businesses to look like?
Not all emergency calls are placed due to a crime or a medical emergency. Sometimes, people have a mental health emergency and 911 is called. First responders may include firefighters, police officers, or EMTs. While these professionals are adept at assisting with physical injuries or securing a crime scene, they are unlikely to have the skills needed to safely intervene during a mental health emergency.
What does a healthy workplace look like? What steps can you take to reduce stress in the office and help your employees live their best lives? One of the best ways is to focus on being good to the environment AND your employees at once. Here are 6 ways to get started on both goals.
Seniors, especially those with cognitive problems, can’t always advocate for themselves. It’s important to know how to spot the signs of elder abuse so you can step in when needed.
Here is a look at why we all should encourage youth (and everyone) to take all the right steps in keeping good mental health, and a few ways to help out first-hand.
The United States healthcare system is omnipresent on the discussion blocks of what does and does not work well in this country. In some aspects, the United States healthcare system is considered one of the best in the world, but in other areas it pales in comparison to many other developed countries. Most of the issues within the U.S. healthcare system revolve around money, and social issues and inequalities are no exceptions.
We (and future generations) only have one Earth, and we’re seeing it burn before our eyes due to climate change. But by shifting the narrative and realizing that a sustainable lifestyle can actually help improve our health and quality of life, we might be able to create widespread support and change. Here’s how.