A Look Back at National Public Health Week
Weekend Reads: 5 Books That Changed My Views of Healthcare
The first week of April marked National Public Health Week 2019. It led to a series of active discussions and publications on pressing health issues that affect the public and innovative solutions by public health practitioners.
Perinatal Depression: Hope for Moms and Families
It’s been a cold, rainy week in the Triangle with the kind of days that make you want to sit by the fire with a hot drink and a good book. I love to read and consider libraries sacred spaces. I often like to read more than one book at a time; sometimes on my Kindle and other times a good old-fashioned book.
World Cancer Day 2019
Up to 1 in 7 women is affected by perinatal depression, a mood disorder that happens during pregnancy and after giving birth. The US Preventive Services Task Force issued a formal recommendation this month
5 Ways to Stay Productive When You Have a Short Week at Work
Although World Cancer Day may officially be over, millions around the world continue to deal with their new reality after hearing those scary words “it’s cancer.” For some, those words may be followed by the information that it was detected early and could be treated effectively.
Long weekends, travel, conferences or off-site trainings are just a few reasons why you may have a short week at work. On one hand, you've had time away so hopefully you're recharged. On the other hand, the thought of all the work that piled up in your absence may have you dreading those extra days off.