Did you know the fourth most common cancer for women and the most common gynecologic cancer in the United States is uterine cancer? It can involve two types of issues: Endometrial cancer, which happens the most, and uterine sarcoma, considered much rarer. Both affect the uterus, putting anyone with a uterus at risk.
Did you know that AllWays Health Partners was one of the first health plans in the country to have peer recovery coaches on staff? As part of National Recovery Month, we're highlighting our Peer Recovery Coaches and how they help members access different pathways of recovery.
Addressing and eliminating discrimination in a workplace is essential on many levels—from supporting employees to protecting a company from litigation to upholding employment laws. But what if the discrimination is subtle or indirect? That's when microaggression and its corrosive effects come into play.
When it comes to recruiting, it's currently a candidate's market. As of May 2022, the U.S. unemployment rate is 3.6 percent, and if it drops by only 0.2 percent in subsequent reports, it will be the lowest rate in the last half-century. What does that mean for employers? Recruiting is more important than ever, especially if you're looking to retain those employees once they join your company.
If you've ever felt a surge of well-being while listening to classical music, you're certainly not alone—and best of all, that doesn't have to be a temporary feeling. Research indicates that this type of music offers plenty of long-term benefits when it comes to your health.