Health Fusion: Experts weigh in on being fit and fat | Pine Journal

Health Fusion: Experts weigh in on being fit and fat | Pine Journal

How many times have you started a new diet just to abandon it days later? I’ve done that a ton…
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Staff hesitant to disclose poor mental health, high blood pressure and arthritis – Personnel Today

Ashleigh has been a trade journalist since 2012. She covers all aspects of HR, recruitment and empl…
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Pandemic study reveals lack of trained health personnel | India News – Times of India

Plenty of attention is paid to the shortage of doctors in the country. The need for allied health w…
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Horizon Health Expands Anesthesia Services | MyRadioLink.com

Horizon Health Expands Anesthesia Services | MyRadioLink.com

(Paris, IL)—Horizon Health is expanding its anesthesia services with the addition of Dr. James Gr…
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Seeing positive mental health depictions on screen helps teens talk openly – report | Ents …

Anxiety, stress and depression were the three biggest mental health concerns for teens, according t…
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Store your verifiable COVID-19 immunizations and test results on your iPhone or iPod touch

You can securely download and store a verifiable digital copy of your COVID-19 vaccination and test…
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Personnel Today Awards 2021 shortlist: Health & Wellbeing Award – Private Sector …

Personnel Today Awards 2021 shortlist: Health & Wellbeing Award – Private Sector …

Economics, government & business Employee Relations Employment law Equality & diversity Glo…
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Daily Insight: Whither the private interests? | News | Health Service Journal – HSJ

The must-read stories and debate in health policy and leadership. By continuing to browse the site …
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PAHO Director calls for strengthened regional health systems in wake of COVID-19 …

Other regional health leaders emphasized the need for digitization of public health information, in…
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Kids given mental health tips for move to 'big school' – Ulster Herald

Kids given mental health tips for move to ‘big school’ – Ulster Herald

A PRIMARY school in Sixmilecross has taken proactive steps to safeguard its Primary 7 pupils’ men…
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Direct and Indirect Health Impacts of COVID-19 in England – GOV.UK

Health impacts from COVID-19 are still emerging. By looking back from spring 2021 we can observe the huge direct impacts on mortality and morbidity.
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Luminis Health receives national award for its community response during the pandemic

Luminis Health is being recognized for its COVID-19 Community Prevention Project. The AHA Dick Davidson NOVA Award honors hospitals and health systems for their …
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Wolves Lottery supporting National Eye Health Week | Wolverhampton Wanderers FC

Wolves Lottery supporting National Eye Health Week | Wolverhampton Wanderers FC

By signing up for Wolves Lottery, Wolves supporters will also be giving their backing to a worthwhi…
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Digital services could provide a lifeline for UK’s mental health crisis

As a Clinician and a former Health Minister, I know first-hand that there is no health without ment…
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GPs are struggling to cope with growing mental health crisis – Politicshome.com

Mental health care and general practice are in deeper crisis than ever before. We need a political …
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Can apps manage our chronic health conditions? – BBC News

Can apps manage our chronic health conditions? – BBC News

Around one in five Swedes used a digital healthcare app in autumn 2020, according to The Swedish In…
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Clover Health, MedArrive Team Up for In-Home Vaccination Effort – Home Health Care News

To help move the needle and better reach seniors in their homes, Clover Health (Nasdaq: CLOV) announced that it’s teaming up with MedArrive, …
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Can apps manage our chronic health conditions? – BBC News

Joint Academy is a licensed physiotherapy provider in Sweden. It makes its money from regional heal…
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COVID-19 update 20th September 2021 – NSW Health – Facebook

COVID-19 update 20th September 2021 – NSW Health – Facebook

Looking for some tips to keep up those healthy eating habits during COVID-19? South Eastern Sydney Local Health District Community Mental Health Dietitian Abbey …
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UK psychiatry chief urges funds to tackle mental health backlog – The Guardian

Pandemic has had catastrophic impact and risks wiping out years of progress, college leader warns T…
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Pilot project: 15 Delhi govt schools to get health clinics by October | Delhi News – Times of India

Fifteen Delhi government schools will soon have “school health clinics”, where children will be provided with physical and mental health services. With the …
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Equitable access will help improve reproductive health – Mint

Equitable access will help improve reproductive health – Mint

Imagine a world where you lacked the right to take decisions about your own health and well-being, …
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‘Exhausted’ health workers in England vote to oppose Government’s 3% pay rise | Evening Standard

H ealth workers in England have voted overwhelmingly to oppose the Government’s 3% pay increase. …
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COVID booster use may be expanded, US health officials say – Al Jazeera

FDA advisory body this week recommended coronavirus booster shots for people over age 65 and those …
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Effects of climate, agriculture, air quality combine to impact public health: Study – SCIENCE News

Effects of climate, agriculture, air quality combine to impact public health: Study – SCIENCE News

The paper, titled ‘A systems lens to evaluate the compound human health impacts of anthropogenic activities’, drew on hundreds of research studies on climate …
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COVID-19 update 19 September – NSW Health – Facebook

The message he wanted to share? “Tell the people: don’t wait. Try to get the vaccine as soon as possible!” Western Sydney Health.
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Dodie talks mental health and ‘un-creaking’ her touring muscles ahead of new shows | Ents …

Dodie has always been incredibly open about her mental health and the way it impacts her music and song-writing. It’s that openness, alongside her indie pop vibes, intricate lyricism and beautiful melodies, that has won her legions of fans from across the world who have followed her for years on YouTube and attended her shows. Speaking ahead of the start of her new tour, which will take her across the UK, then to Europe and the US, the mononymous Dodie tells Sky News that she was “so ready” to get back out on stage after the pain of the last 18 months. “I think with everything, with the whole year of lockdown, there was this rush of missing and nostalgia for everything in 2020, and then it didn’t come back, so I feel like I kind of processed losing something – I grieved a lot,” she says. “And now that it’s coming back, it’s very strange, I don’t think anything has come back after I’ve grieved anything, so it is really interesting. “There’s a lot of excitement, there’s also a lot of stress and I have to un-creak my touring machine, muscles, bones… and get back to it. “So it’s definitely with some challenges, but overall, I’m so ready. I think I’m going to just run on stage.” Build A Problem, Dodie’s first studio album, peaked at an impressive number three in the UK charts in May. There’s a lot of the singer’s heart and soul in the record. “It just comes from me and everything I’ve felt, everything I’ve seen people feel,” she says. “I tried writing the other day because I haven’t written in ages and I immediately didn’t feel very well because… I had to access this kind of floating subconscious realm to let all my feelings come forward, and lines will come out. “And that is very cool, but sometimes it puts you in a weird headspace. It’s like a dream state. You’re like, ‘what am I feeling?’ and then suddenly a line would come out and you’re like, ‘oh, I’m not feeling too well, I guess’.” She explains that her song-writing process is linked to her mental state at the time. Dodie has suffered from a depersonalisation disorder – where you have the feeling of being outside yourself and observing your actions, feelings or thoughts from a distance – for eight years, and while there is no treatment, understanding what it is has helped. “I think it’s pretty clear how I was feeling – very unstable in [the song] Build A Problem,” she said. “There’s a lot of songs that are quite manic, like Special Girl and also Cool Girl to an extent, it’s very like, ‘oh, I don’t really care, it’s fine, it’s fine’, and Four Tequilas as well, I was completely in denial. “Then there are songs that are a bit more grounded, like Sorry, and there’s one called Before The Line, which is just like being so angry about your brain. But there’s also more hopeful ones like Rainbow – I think it’s like a great microcosm of what goes on. “I don’t think I’m really very sure of who I am or what I believe, because it changes all the time, depending on where I am.” She adds that talking about her mental health openly helps “it feel like less of a thing”. “I can kind of hold it more easily if I’m like, ‘you know, guys, when I’m depressed, I feel this thing and this thing, and isn’t it interesting how the symptoms make me feel this way?’ – instead of ‘agghhh’. “I just want to talk about it and I think empathy is a very important thing so I always would like to share.” Dodie is the custodian of two YouTube channels with a combined 2.8 million subscribers – doddleoggle and doddlevloggle – where she has debuted music, performed covers, and given fans an insight into her life for years. But despite her dedicated fanbase, Dodie says she doesn’t see herself as a role model. “Ariana Grande once said something like, ‘I don’t think I need to be perfect as a role model, I think being perfect is the worst thing that you could be in a role model’. “I was like, ‘I relate’, so I don’t know – if I am a role model, it’s accidental and I hope I project the best things. “It’s a weird thing to share online and I used to do that a lot, and yeah it had its benefits of feeling connected to an audience and I have no doubt that helped me in growing. “But also it wasn’t great for my mental health, having so many pairs of eyes on me made me mental, and yeah, who knows? It was good and bad, but definitely difficult and complex.” Subscribe to the Backstage podcast on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, Spreaker However, Dodie credits her use of YouTube as playing a huge part in her development as an artist, saying that she could get instant feedback on something she’s made and learn and grow for the next project. So what does a Dodie gig look like? What’s the vibe on stage? “Dramatic,” she says. “It’s more like a show, more so than ever. “So we’ve obviously got the intro, with a lot of recognisable songs, and then it kind of goes into this almost musical theatre-inspired section to do with the middle of the album – and that’s kind of in this emotional hub of feelings – but then we’re back with the bangers, so I think you’ll sort of experience everything.” Build A Problem is out now, and tickets are available for Dodie’s tour – which starts on Sunday
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Health company is 'mending minds' in their new Fareham clinic – Portsmouth News

Health company is ‘mending minds’ in their new Fareham clinic – Portsmouth News

The private healthcare company said that out of its patients who are treated for depression, 75 per…
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5. Public health mapping key to saving lives in disasters – Axios

The increasing number of extreme weather incidents is spurring calls from emergency services worker…
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Opportunity for input on Solano’s mental health delivery system – The Vacaville Reporter

The majority of the funding from the Mental Health Services Act (MHSA) for residents of California …
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