Month: February 2021

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4 Surprising Ways Companies Can Take Care of Their Employees

Many businesses spend a lot of money on wellness programs for their team. An Employee Benefit Advisor report shared that, in some companies, these could cost up to $1,200 per employee annually. But employee-oriented health strategies don’t need to be complicated and expensive. Here are four more surprising ways businesses can nurture their team’s well-being: …

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Taking Care of Family Health and Wellness While at Home

Parents and children find themselves navigating new routines at home. Many find it challenging to balance work and family life as they overlap at home, leading to overall health deterioration. Busy and demanding careers like being a doctor, teacher, or licensed estate agent who is always out making client calls and site trips often mean that …

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How to Enjoy Your Trip When You Suffer from Anxiety

People who don’t suffer from anxiety don’t know just how triggering trying new things can be. Even something as trivial as going on a drive can trigger symptoms like difficulty breathing, chest pain, rapid heart rate, sudden nausea, agitation, restlessness, insomnia, and decreased ability to focus. Some even suffer from panic attacks, which can include …

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Squashing Misconceptions About Cosmetic Surgery

The misconceptions about cosmetic surgery hound people who seek them. Often, people have to hide that they underwent a procedure because of what others may say. This hinders people from improving themselves—whether the procedure was done for beautification or medical purposes. That’s why you’ll find many celebrities lying to their teeth about having their noses, …

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Affordable Living: Ensuring that You Get All the Basic Necessities

Lying at the bottom of Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs are physiological and safety needs. These pertain to sleep, clothing, food, shelter, personal security, and health, among others. Without these, it would be extremely harder for us to develop holistically. The problem with this is that even the necessities are difficult to achieve if you don’t have …

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ADHD Parenting: Challenges Parents Face When Rearing Hyperactive Kids

Parenting a child is hard enough. But when your kid is diagnosed with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder or ADHD, it can be extremely overwhelming and frustrating at times. It is unlike your regular childrearing. The first thing you need to do is to understand that kids with ADHD have differences in brain activities and development. This is why they …

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