Health

The Case for Not Making a New Year’s Resolution

There’s nothing magical about January 1, according to psychologists. If you want to make a change, pick the timing that’s right for you.Julia Volk/Stocksy If the idea of making New Year’s resolutions fills you with dread, consider ditching the tradition. Science suggests most people who set resolutions each year don’t stick with them and mental health experts say other strategies ... Read More »

100 Popular Health Blog Ideas To Drive Traffic To Your Blog

Have you ever sat down to start a new blog post for your health blog and ended up just staring at an empty page wondering what in the world to write about? If so, you’re not alone. Plenty of people just like you struggle to come up with new blog post ideas. But every time they come up with a ... Read More »

Struggling to blog? Here are 60+ health and wellness topics

Let’s say you need a post in an hour. Your audience and subscribers rely on your regular display of expertise (aka blog). But time is up and you need content. Fast. You’re drawing a blank on what health and wellness topics to tackle. Or maybe you’re overthinking them. Now you’re stuck. What should you do? Should you skip this week? ... Read More »

Top 10 Health and Wellness Blogs

Blogs can be an excellent resource if you’re seeking health, fitness, or medical advice. Professionals in these fields may be hard to get a hold of in person, but their blog posts can break down those professional constraints. This allows valuable wellness help to be more accessible to everyone. There are hundreds of medical professionals, fitness gurus, and health experts ... Read More »

25 Wellness Blogs to Keep You Happy and Healthy

Health and wellness has become a hot topic in recent years. From contemporary yoga classes to trendy new diets, everyone seems to be on the hunt for the next big thing. But you don’t need a fancy fitness membership or a personal chef to be healthy; sometimes the answer can be found with a simple click of your mouse. Wellness ... Read More »

Resource Center: 25 Valuable Health and Wellness Blogs to Follow in 2022

When you lack good health, everything else in life suffers. It’s harder to concentrate and study. Illness can cause you to fall behind in coursework. Stress can make you feel overwhelmed. If you want to do well in all areas of your life, you must make your health a priority. In the 2020 Social Progress Index, which measures quality of ... Read More »

Mental health at the COVID-19 frontline: An assessment of distress, fear, and coping among staff and attendees at screening clinics of rural/regional settings of Victoria, Australia

Abstract Purpose Research examining psychological well-being associated with COVID-19 in rural/regional Australia is limited. This study aimed to assess the extent of psychological distress, fear of COVID-19, and coping strategies among the attendees in COVID-19 screening clinics at 2 rural Victorian settings. Methods A cross-sectional study was conducted during July 2020 to February 2021 inclusive. Participants were invited to fill ... Read More »

These Nursing Shoes Are Comfortable Enough to Stand in All Day—and They’re on Sale

One way to make walking and standing for long periods of time more enjoyable and less painful? Make sure your footwear has a seal of approval from the pros. In addition to selling 1,000 pairs on their launch day, Bala’s ultra-comfortable shoes have gained an impressive fan base of nurses and medical professionals, who spend up to 12 hours on their feet ... Read More »

CLEAR YOUR BOOKKEEPING BACKLOG THIS TAX SEASON WITH OUTSOURCED BOOKKEEPING SERVICES

Have you ever wondered how to tackle the mess of bookkeeping backlog with Outsourced Bookkeeping services? Keeping accounts all by yourself can be a hectic task, and many business ventures, especially new startups, make the mistake of not organizing their accounts from day one. It happens with almost every new entrepreneurial entity because they usually maintain all their focus on ... Read More »

Universal health coverage: Manifest destiny or Sisyphean pursuit?

This project began with a debate and discussion between me and Professor Allyala Nandakumar (Nanda) in the Fall of 2018. Both of us were deeply involved in responding to United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and other donor programs in global health, public financial management (PFM), domestic resource mobilization (DRM), and private sector finance. My perspective was that of ... Read More »