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Monthly Archives: November 2020

  1. It’s Here! Our Holiday Gift Guide for 2020: The Year of Living Dangerously!

    It’s Here! Our Holiday Gift Guide for 2020: The Year of Living Dangerously!

    This year our gift bundles have been lovingly and wisely hand-picked for these weird times. For instance, we’ve got the Cut Yourself Some Slack Pack, a brilliant combo — not just because it rhymes so cleverly, but because it’s designed to adjust your weary take on your own put-upon self, and to provide compassion and perspective on how you’re really doing… which quite possibly is a lot better than you think.

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  2. Early Bird or Night Owl, and What That Means for People with Diabetes

    Early Bird or Night Owl, and What That Means for People with Diabetes

    Published in September of this year, a new ongoing study from the University of Leicester and the University of South Australia found that “night-owl” patients with Type 2 diabetes exercised a total of 56% less than their “early-bird” counterparts. They also regularly went to sleep and exercised later, and the intensity of that activity peaked at lower levels.

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  3. Partner Spotlight: Akron Children's Hospital

    Partner Spotlight: Akron Children's Hospital

    Today, we’re putting a spotlight on Akron Children’s Hospital. Ranked among the best children's hospitals in the country, Akron Children’s Hospital invests in new research, designs facilities, makes their equipment kid-sized, and tailors their care experiences for a young audience — all to better serve kids and their families.

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  4. Shoo, Flu, Who Needs You?

    Shoo, Flu, Who Needs You?

    With all the attention we’ve been giving to the coronavirus, it’s understandable if the approach of the annual flu season hasn’t exactly been the biggest blip on our radar. Still, we mustn’t give short shrift to the plain ol’ flu coming down the pike. With most of the country now coping with the highest surge of Covid-19 cases since the beginning of the pandemic, hospitals and emergency departments are already seeing shortfalls of supplies and limited capacity. That means it’s going to be more important than ever to flatten the curve of seasonal influenza — not just for personal safety, but for the good of the public health system overall.

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