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Cheers to Ending Mental Health Stigma

Mental illness stigma is higher among Black, Indigenous, People of Color.

Working Healthily: Exercises for Remote Workers.

As we wrap up Global Employee Health and Fitness month, we want to highlight some important facts and exercises to keep you healthy while you work!

I am Tired

It is not just “I missed a few good nights of sleep or had a row of long days at work” tired; but I am mentally and physically exhausted and I’m not sure how the shell of myself is waking up every morning and making it another day. No amount of sleep, food, water, or supplements has managed to restore my complete depletion of energy.

3 Things A Fertility Nurse Wants You to Know

We are keeping the discussion on Infertility going!

Address that Stress!

Stress.
I’m going to ask you to take a moment and just acknowledge whatever pressure you may be currently under. Just let your mind gather it all, take a metal tally.

We celebrate “Minority Health” EVERY month!

You may have noticed that every month there is a National Something Month here in the U.S.. My personal favorites are “ National Donut Day” and “ National Taco Day” celebrating some of the tastiest foods and desserts. It’s fun…and encourages me to go out for a donut or a few tacos.

Cesar Chavez: A Champion for Essential Workers…before it was cool.

Happy Birthday, Cesar! Cesar Chavez Day is a U.S. federal commemorative holiday, proclaimed by President Barack Obama in 2014.The holiday celebrates the birth and legacy of the civil rights and labor movement activist César Chávez on March 31 every year.

Let’s Talk Blood Donation for BIPOC

There is a great need for BIPOC Blood Donors.

To be honest, the only time I was asked to donate blood was in high school and one time in college. Donating blood is not something I think about much at all.

Tips for Better Sleep and Brain Health

The brain is the most complex organ in our bodies, it’s also the heaviest. Your brain is actually pretty active even when you sleep. How do we “turn off” at the end of the day when our brain stays awake? No need to share how critical sleep is…think back on the days that you only got a couple hours of sleep before getting up for work or school.