Are you looking to boost productivity for your employees? You can start by looking at your current perks or promotions to analyze how your wellness offerings are meeting employees' needs.
Your health is everything to us. That's why we wanted to learn more about how music can impact members’ physical and mental health. Continue reading for highlights from an in-depth conversation with Dr. Roberto Olivardia, Clinical Psychologist, and Clinical Associate at McLean Hospital, as he explains the health benefits of both listening to and playing music.
Last week, we shared "This is why kids are more susceptible to tobacco addiction," in collaboration with Jonathan Winickoff, MD, MPH, at Mass General for Children. Today on World No Tobacco Day, we share the rest of our conversation with Dr. Winickoff about unknowns around vaping, the biggest motivators pushing youth to smoke, and resources you can share with kids or (or use yourself.)
In recognition of World No Tobacco Day on May 31, we met with Jonathan Winickoff, MD, MPH, at Mass General for Children. Dr. Winickoff has over 20 years of experience as a general pediatrician and researcher specializing in family health and tobacco control. He has researched and successfully advocated raising the tobacco sales age to 21, making public housing smoke-free, and has changed the way pediatricians help family members quit tobacco use. He also recently testified before Congress about the youth vaping epidemic. Continue reading to learn why kids and adolescents are more susceptible to tobacco addiction along with the immediate benefits of quitting.
As part of Women's Health Month, we're focusing on the inequities women of color face within our healthcare system. Black, Indigenous, and people of color (BIPOC)People of color face inequalities across the board and research shows especially how dangerous this reality is in healthcare.