In order to prepare for Men’s Health Week, this week’s Friday Five shares what some organizations are doing to improve men’s health and to bring attention to diseases and health problems that directly effect them.
In honor of Memorial Day and our living vets, this week’s Friday Five takes a look at some of the good that is happening as it pertains to innovations, technology and healthcare.
May is Mental Health Month. This week’s Friday Five focuses on taking care of our mental health and bringing awareness to the risk factors and warning signs of mental illness.
National Women’s Health Week kicks off on Mother’s Day, May 14, and is celebrated through May 20, 2017. This week’s Friday Five supports this initiative by offering some tips regarding women and health.
National Nurses Week is May 6 – 12 and the theme is ““Nursing: the Balance of Mind, Body, and Spirit.” This week’s Friday Five is a mini-guide to some of the happenings during National Nurses Week we think should not be missed and also a few things you can do to honor and learn about the nursing profession.
Wireless trackers and healthcare, a match made in heaven? This week’s Friday Five debates the future relationship of the two, the good and the bad.
This week’s Friday Five coincides with the month’s observance, Stress Awareness Month, and seeks to shed some light on the subject and offer some advice on how to handle daily stress and anxiety.
National Healthcare Decisions Day is a way to draw more attention to end of life measures and the resources and mechanisms that are in place to help people. This week’s Friday Five gathers some motivation and tips to help you get started with your own planning and documentation.
According to the World Health Organization’s latest findings, depression is the leading cause of ill health and disability worldwide. This week’s Friday Five celebrates World Health Day and focuses on the WHO’s campaign, Depression: Let’s Talk.