By Niraj Shah Especially at a time where taking care of our mental health is extremely important, self-care is a term that has been mentioned a lot. There is a strong link between self-care and mental health, as self-care is something that is vital in order to ensure good mental health. Self-care is an extremely [...]
Hello everyone, I am The Wheelchair Teen and I write a blog about my life as a black, disabled teenager: http://www.thewheelchairteen.home.blog. I was born with SPA-PN disease which means that I am permanently wheelchair-bound and have little control over my hands and fingers. But that doesn’t stop me from being a proud, strong and talented [...]
By Shweta Suresh Our heads hung low. Guilt was etched on our faces. We'd been caught red-handed! We watched helplessly as our loot was confiscated. Afterwards, grandpa and I exchanged smirks. Mom didn't know about our secret stash of chocolates. It was safe and remained unconfiscated! For more amazing tiny tales from Shweta click here. [...]
By Sartaj Govind Singh Do you feel like the days are starting to blur together? Perhaps an acute sense of fatigue is starting to creep in? Lockdown does not have to be this way. While this new sense of normal can seemingly shackle us- just by tempting us to leave things to tomorrow or our [...]
By Law Matheson To The Woman That Reared Me | The Chef Of The 1st & 2nd Batch | Mum | Thank You ❤ Mother’s Day- That phrase brings many emotions to each of us- Pride, Gratitude, Anger, Annoyance, Reverance, Abhorance, Compassion, Joy--- My mother and I did not always get along- But [...]
Don’t we all strive for doing something interesting every single day? Don’t we all get up from bed thinking today would be awesome? I am sure we all believe that. But what are the things that we can do all day long to make our lives more interesting, meaningful, and full of fun? So here [...]
By Elli from NeedtoRead Everyone strives to be more positive, happy, and healthy. It's a goal we all have in mind, and subconsciously try to work towards day by day. But what if I told you that reading isn't always just a pastime, and can actually help you obtain this goal? #1. Different Points of [...]
By Law Matheson Disclaimer: I am not a doctor or medical professional; This is not medical advice or scientific fact; the following article is simply my personal findings on studying Covid-19 via the Internet. The following article is not intended for anything more than a personal opinion piece.) To those that do not know me- [...]
Read this awesome post by Tiani and had to reblog it! Her sister is actually a nurse and is working hard during this pandemic to save lives. Check out the interview she did with her sister as well as the information listed about healthcare. And if you want to see a part two of the interview be sure to leave some questions for her sister in the comments!
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Did you guys know that Tuesday, April 7th was World Health Day? A day that recognizes nurses, midwives, and other health care workers. I thought it would be cool to actually interview a nurse. Luckily for me, my sister is one of the nurses working on the front lines. We are all so proud of her!
Before we get into it, I want to give a huge thank you to :DP HealthNow for providing me with a membership.
Now more than ever, we are worried about our health. Telemedicine is a good choice because you can stay home and receive care virtually. It is recommended by the CDC that instead of leaving the house and risking infection, people should call or video chat with a doctor using a service like Teladoc!
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By Rachel Feeling anxious, depressed, lost, stuck, empty (often inexplicably) are very common experiences. We often mask over them, and don't realise that the people around us are feeling them too. When healed & whole, we naturally feel confident and purposeful. We know what we want to create in our lives, and easily give our [...]