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The Value of Work-life Balance in Your Nursing Career

America is experiencing a nursing shortage. Hospitals and other healthcare facilities are overwhelmed. The shortage intensified during the pandemic, with high turnover rates in hospitals across the country. Burnout, increasing patient numbers, and early retirement have also contributed to the shortage. Many nurses now need to work harder than they did before. As you consider…

Pain-Relief Cream

Pain-Relief Cream

Proflexa is a pain relief topical that utilizes a unique combination of Eastern Medicine and Western precision. Free yourself from muscle and joint pain. Derived from ancient Chinese medicine, this cream harnesses the power of our Pharmaceutical Platform Technology (PPT®) to heal aches, injuries, and arthritis. Relieves pain fast Heals for the long-term Boosts blood…

[Infographic] Benzo Addiction Statistics

Benzo addiction is a serious condition characterized by the abuse of benzodiazepines, a type of central nervous system depressant. People who suffer from benzo addiction may experience symptoms such as restlessness, anxiety, impaired judgment and memory, panic attacks, difficulty sleeping, and physical dependence on the drug. This can lead to dangerous behaviors like driving under…

Having ‘Main Character Energy’ Doesn’t Make You a Narcissist, and 7 More Pieces of Expert Intel That Really Resonated With Us in 2022

Having ‘Main Character Energy’ Doesn’t Make You a Narcissist, and 7 More Pieces of Expert Intel That Really Resonated With Us in 2022

Year two of The Well+Good Podcast is coming to a close, and we’re officially in our sentimental era. Over the course of 2022, we connected with experts across the wellness world, including yoga practitioners, therapists, and anti-diet dietitians, to highlight topics having a big moment in the wellness zeitgeist—as well as ones that we thought…

Backed by science, The Imperfect Nutritionist celebrates food first

I’m delighted to announce The Imperfect Nutritionist by Jennifer Medhurst, which is set to publish February 2023. Backed by science, The Imperfect Nutritionist celebrates food first, rather than looking at it as points on a plate. Instead of adopting a one-size-fits-all approach and telling the reader what they can and cannot eat, it acknowledges the complexities and uniqueness of the…

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