Emotional resilience is the ability to bounce back from stressful or difficult moments. Learn how you can help your child develop this important skill by setting aside ten minutes each day.
How to Get Rid of Puffy Eyes
Full night of shut-eye isn’t enough to lose puffy eyes or erase those dark circles under eyes says Charlotte Clark, a dermatologist in New York City.
Why do students not choose primary care?
We need more primary care physicians. I have written about this often, and cited extensive references that support this contention, most ...
The Vegetables Most Americans Eat Are Drowning In Salt And Fat
Potatoes and tomatoes are nutritious and delicious. But the U.S. Department of Agriculture finds that Americans tend to consume way too many of them in unhealthy ways, like french fries and pizza.
Top-performing health systems focus on improving across the continuum of care
Efforts to effectively manage patients after they've been discharged is a key feature distinguishing high-performing health systems from their peers in Truven Health Analytics' seventh annual ranking of top-performing systems.
Workplace Wellness Tips That Will Make A Big Difference
We spend too much time at work not to make it a part of our health and fitness journey. Use these workplace wellness tips to get your whole team on track and helping each other!
The Top 8 Respiratory Illnesses and Diseases
Respiratory illnesses are a common problem in the United States. Learn about the most common types and the leading cause of respiratory diseases.
Arbitrators: laid off school police officers must be reinstated with back pay
BRIDGEPORT - The school board two years ago was wrong to lay off five school police officers, and must pay for that error. How much - and whether the funds come out of education or City Hall's operating budget - are the outstanding questions. A state arbitration panel recently concluded that the five officers - Jeffrey Babey, Jonathan Forestier, Michael Bouchard, Dwayne Harrison and Stephen Vitka - should have been protected by a concessions pact that guaranteed their job security. As part of that 2016 deal between Mayor Joe Ganim's administration and the National Association of Government Employees, NAGE union members were guaranteed their jobs until June 30, 2018, in exchange for givebacks.
Plant These 10 Perennial Vegetables and Reap Harvests Year After Year
Perfect for the lazy Earth-lover.
Why Your Heart Loves Breakfast Even if You Don't
New studies show eating breakfast benefits your heart and can lower stroke, coronary artery disease, high blood pressure, diabetes, and obesity risk.