Monthly Archives: June 2018

La Taqueria workers’ risky complaints over unpaid overtime, health care bring reforms – San Francisco Chronicle


San Francisco Chronicle

La Taqueria workers' risky complaints over unpaid overtime, health care bring reforms
San Francisco Chronicle
Yet in November, San Francisco's Office of Labor Standards Enforcement and the California Labor Commissioner fined La Taqueria for numerous labor violations, including unpaid overtime, sick pay and health care costs. Four La Taqueria workers filed the ...

9 Female Founders On Mental Health & The Self-Care Tips That Work For Them – Forbes


Forbes

9 Female Founders On Mental Health & The Self-Care Tips That Work For Them
Forbes
The world is still reeling from the tragic deaths of Kate Spade and Anthony Bourdain, in the same week in June. While these two beloved icons were living with depression and despair, we are left with questions about why they chose to end their lives.

As A Mental Health Crisis Sweeps Across Colleges, Students Step Up To Fix It – HuffPost


HuffPost

As A Mental Health Crisis Sweeps Across Colleges, Students Step Up To Fix It
HuffPost
After a year, the teen reached out to the Ivy League school's on-campus mental health providers and began attending weekly therapy sessions. She also met with a psychiatrist who diagnosed her with anxiety and depression, the two most common concerns ...

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IDEA World Fitness Convention 2018: Body Combat on the USS Midway – KUSI


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IDEA World Fitness Convention 2018: Body Combat on the USS Midway
KUSI
Elizabeth Alvarez was live on the USS Midway Saturday morning to check out 24 Hour Fitness's Body BODYCOMBAT event. 800 fitness professionals and enthusiasts sweated alongside 24 Hour Fitness CEO Chris Roussos and a team of the company's ...

Saturday Health Alert: Girl ruled brain dead dies after second surgery – WUSA9.com


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Saturday Health Alert: Girl ruled brain dead dies after second surgery
WUSA9.com
Jahi McMath had been in a vegetative state since 2013, when California doctors ruled she was brain dead, after complications from tonsil surgery. Her family moved her to New Jersey so she could remain on life support. She died from liver failure and exce.

To stick with fitness program, find a group to work out with – AberdeenNews.com


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To stick with fitness program, find a group to work out with
AberdeenNews.com
“It's more motivating than being out on that machine by yourself,” said Terrill Meier, group fitness director at the Aberdeen Family YMCA. “If it's miserable, you won't stick with it. It's got to be enjoyable.” While certainly not the only place to ...

‘Pirates,’ Politics and Health-Care Pioneers – Bloomberg


'Pirates,' Politics and Health-Care Pioneers
Bloomberg
How Atul Gawande landed the most extraordinary (or impossible) job in health care (Stat) • All Ye Need to Know: The impossibility — and the necessity — of distinguishing science from nonscience. (Weekly Standard) see also Bias detectives: the ...

Building an Antidepressant Diet – Psychology Today (blog)


Psychology Today (blog)

Building an Antidepressant Diet
Psychology Today (blog)
A recent study in BMC Medicine has found that changing your diet could significantly improve your mood. The link between food and mood is part of an emerging field of psychiatry called “nutritional psychiatry.” There is growing scientific evidence that ...

Britain’s health service to reduce ‘unnecessary’ treatments – Miami Herald


Miami Herald

Britain's health service to reduce 'unnecessary' treatments
Miami Herald
Britain's National Health Service has proposed cutting back on operations including breast reductions and anti-snoring treatments as part of plans to save money and reduce "unnecessary or risky procedures." National medical director Stephen Powis said ...

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Britain’s health service to reduce ‘unnecessary’ treatments – ABC News


Britain's health service to reduce 'unnecessary' treatments
ABC News
Britain's National Health Service has proposed cutting back on operations including breast reductions and anti-snoring treatments as part of plans to save money and reduce "unnecessary or risky procedures." National medical director Stephen Powis said ...

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