Wellness & Well-being Highlights
Week of February 26, 2023
This week’s edition of our Worker Wellness & Well-being blog consists of topics from the failure of the US War on Drugs to how a “phone call” can help cure loneliness to stories on the links between depression & inflammation as well as exercise & pain. Today, I wish to shed some light on the podcast touching on the Forgotten Mothers of Civil Rights’ Leaders. As Black History Month soon comes to a close it would be remiss on my part not to share such an impactful this piece. It reminded me that NONE of us are self-made! Most of us have had people in our lives who have been there to support & guide us through the good times and bad times during this journey we call life. PLEASE find 50 minutes during this coming week to listen to these three moving stories. You will NOT be disappointed!
On the USA losing the Drug War
US resistance to effective treatments
Fentanyl / Smuggling / Mexico Border
Girls & Sadness: What parents should know
College / Discrimination / Depression
Are you at risk for loneliness?
A Loneliness Cure: The Phone Call?
When is best time to exercise?
IBS & Anxiety/Depression/Suicide
A School Counselor & Kids’ Anxiety
Forgotten Mothers of Civil Rights’ Leaders
Tailoring benefits to the employee’s needs?
MH & Better Managers = Better Workers
Does implicit bias training work?
MLS Union / FIFA & Concussion Subs?
Female athletes / Head injuries / Suicide
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