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The Menace of Wellness Influencers

Science Based Medicine

Wellness influencers are often also conspiracy theorists, as both mindsets rely upon the same underlying methods, motivation, and narrative. The post The Menace of Wellness Influencers first appeared on Science-Based Medicine.

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The Wellness Company: How antivaccine grift becomes plain old quackery

Science Based Medicine

The Wellness Company, promoted by Dr. Peter McCullough, is the product of a trend in which antivax doctors have predictably become just quacks. The post The Wellness Company: How antivaccine grift becomes plain old quackery first appeared on Science-Based Medicine.

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Internet Use and Mental Well-Being

Science Based Medicine

Results of the largest study on internet use, well-being, and mental health. The post Internet Use and Mental Well-Being first appeared on Science-Based Medicine.

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Burnout, Stress and Anxiety: how to protect one's psychological well-being

Emergency Live

Every rescue worker knows how critical it is to keep the mind and body in shape to best deal with emergencies Causes and Symptomatology of Burnout Burnout, or “job burnout syndrome,” is a condition of chronic work-related stress characterized by a progressive depletion of mental and physical resources, with symptoms that may include: Chronic (..)

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Innovative Ideas for Engaging Employees in Corporate Wellness Programs

Ziqitza HealthCare Ltd

When we talk about health and wellness, one would never think about associating health with their workplace. Where health and work integrate, there the idea of growth and productivity takes birth, and with consistent efforts from employers, corporate wellness can come to fruition. Want to make your office a better place to work?

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Protecting the Well-being of the Nation’s Health Workforce

NIOSH Science Blog

As part of this special issue, our article Protecting the Mental Health and Well-being of the Nation’s Health Workforce summarizes the scope of the issue and prevention efforts underway at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH).

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The Study of the Week Is a Beautiful Example of Science Done Well

Sensible Medicine

This data also aligns well with two previous negative trials that tested oral anticoagulation to prevent recurrent stroke in patients who had stroke of unknown origin. The Most Important Lesson Professor Kamel has shown us science done well. It is common to not find an obvious source for stroke. He and his team had a great idea.

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