Study Shows Too Much Sitting Is Bad For Your Health, But It’s Easy To Minimize The Effects

The scientific community has known for decades that sitting can increase the risk of chronic diseases such as diabetes, heart disease and certain types of cancer. New study says reducing risk is easier said than done. (Mac Duong Vu, Alamy) Estimated Reading Time: 5-6 minutes ATLANTA — Sure, you’ve heard about the dangers of sitting … Read more

Strömsvold resigns from Legislature, citing mental health and challenges in caucus

For Mallory Stromsvold, integrity is the most important thing, and it applies to clarifying the reasons she is resigning her seat in the state legislature representing central Billings. “I need to be able to lead and work for my constituents. Right now, it’s clearly not that time. I was hoping it would happen and unfortunately, … Read more

Overcoming mental health ‘barriers’ | Penn State students want to make mental health a priority Penn State, State College News

As the spring 2023 semester begins, some Penn State students are thinking about how they’ll approach their mental health. Jada Walker said mental health is “a big priority” for this semester. Walker (Junior-Advertising & Public Relations) said, “It can be challenging to deal with home life as well as school life.” “But I think it’s … Read more

Vitamin B12 deficiency is a common health problem that can have serious consequences – but is often overlooked by doctors.

(The Conversation) – For several months during the summer of 2022, my dog ​​Scout vomited almost every day at 3am. If you have a dog, you know the sound. And each time, she’d eat her shit before I even got to it, making it hard to pinpoint the cause. The vet and I eventually settled … Read more

How Salt Lake County plans to fight homelessness and improve mental health in the long term

The Huntsman Mental Health Institute at Research Park in Salt Lake City is pictured on November 4, 2019. Salt Lake County’s new criminal justice initiative director, Jean Welch Hill, says the criminal justice system needs to focus more on rehabilitation than punishment. (Steve Griffin, Deseret News) Estimated Reading Time: 6-7 minutes SALT LAKE CITY — … Read more

The biggest risks of using fitness trackers to monitor health

Fitness trackers, which help monitor sleep quality, heart rate and other biological metrics, are a popular way to help Americans improve their health and well-being. There are many types of trackers on the market, including well-known brands such as Apple, Fitbit, Garmin, and Oura. While these tools are growing in popularity – and have legitimate … Read more

BYU, U. Medical health privacy forms may lead to more lies, misdiagnoses, researchers say

salt Lake City – Immediately after going to the doctor’s office, a patient is given a form or tablet that asks for a lot of health information – but many patients don’t realize how important this form can be to their care and diagnosis Could It’s not uncommon for people to fudge the truth on … Read more

BYU, U. Medical health privacy forms may lead to more lies, misdiagnoses, researchers say

A recent study by researchers at Brigham Young University and the University of Utah found that medical forms with confidentiality assurances may prompt people to lie more about their health history. (BEU photo) Estimated Reading Time: 6-7 minutes SALT LAKE CITY – Soon after going to the doctor’s office, a patient is given a form … Read more

For the sake of your own health, never play against the Carolina Panthers

Be careful playing after the, Getty Images The Carolina Panthers are not a good team. They really are one of the worst teams in the NFL. They are touting a former XFL quarterback as their starter. They lost Christian McCaffrey and Robby Anderson. They don’t use DJ Moore. They are one of only two … Read more