Breaking some of the physical and mental habits that feed the depression syndrome.
Source: Warrior Tactics to fight Depression Symptoms –
It can be quite a shock to start learning to connect with people without the social lubricant of alcohol. But it’s totally worth the effort.
Source: Biet Simkin & Olessa Pindak Talk Sober Socializing – mindbodygreen
Limiting the length of opioid prescriptions isn’t inhumane. It could save lives.
Source: The risk of a single 5-day opioid prescription, in one chart – Vox
Nanorobots can be used to deliver drugs in targeted parts of the body faster and better
Source: Here’s How Nanorobots Can Make You Healthier : Academics : University Herald
Cancer and diabetes remain top therapeutic areas for healthcare executives to watch in 2017, but other conditions, such as autoimmune diseases, fatty liver disease and the rarer Duchenne muscular dy
Source: Watch list 2017: Top therapeutic areas | Managed Healthcare Executive
Emotional intelligence in healthcare is possible with AI-powered real-time voice analysis for insurance call centers and other organizations.
Source: AI-based voice analysis provides emotional intelligence in healthcare
There’s enough advice on happiness floating around out there to make your head spin. Yet, this is understandable, as everyone is different. What makes one person happy might make another miserable.
Source: 5 Things That Will Make You Much Happier | The Huffington Post
The opioid crisis is still in full swing, but that doesn’t mean opioids are the only class of drugs hurting people. Benzodiazepines, like Xanax, Versed, Ativan, or Valium, are a class of drugs that are prescribed for anxiety and panic disorders. Prescriptions for and overdoses caused by benzodiazepines, which depress the central nervous system, have increased at alarming rates over the last twenty years
Source: Benzodiazepines: What You Should Know Before Filling Your Prescription | The Science of Addiction
Linda: Respect is defined as “a feeling of deep admiration for someone or something elicited by their abilities, qualities or achievements.”
Source: Respect and 25 Ways to Show It | Building Relationship Skills