Some people love the process of planning a vacation. But what may be less enjoyable, for some, is the essential task of packing for your trip. When you’ve done it well, a good packing job can help make for a better vacation.
Here are 10 tips on how to pack a suitcase for vacation:
Automation removes bottlenecks to resolve customers' financial distress and bring greater peace of mind. personal finance, debt, bankruptcy, automation, fintech, debt relief, small company, small companies
Customers may be willing to pay credit card processing fees, if it's transparent. Small business profile, business operations, credit cards, payments,
An organizational & supplier diversity perspective on CSR & DEI
Practicing corporate social responsibility (CSR) impacts employees, the community and, ultimately, it impacts the organization itself. Every company can benefit from prioritizing CSR. That’s why leaders in supply chain management, human resources and heads of diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) efforts joined HealthTrust for “Perspectives on Corporate Social Responsibility for Organizational DEI and Supplier Diversity.” procurement, vendor, supplier,
It’s rare to find a hospital staff member who is not strapped for time. There are always patients to see, charts to complete, family questions to answer, orders to review and medications to dispense. Add the focus on ensuring quality care and the current labor challenges throughout the healthcare industry, and you have healthcare professionals who are maxed out.
But smart technology is rising to help meet these challenges. healthtech, artificial intelligence, pharmacy,
work, workplace, hybrid work, office
Cervical cancer continues to be the number one cause of cancer deaths in women worldwide, but effective prevention has dramatically reduced the number of cases of cervical cancer and the number of lives lost in developed countries. Where widespread use of the Pap test, which identifies abnormal cells in the cervix before they progress to cancer, is in place, there has been steady decline in diagnoses of cervical cancer over the past 40 years. women's health, cervical cancer
Bladder preservation is possible with this new approach to treatment. When a patient is diagnosed with bladder cancer, their first question is often “Will I be able to keep my bladder?” cancer treatment
The arrival of spring is a mixed blessing for tens of millions of U.S. residents with asthma and allergies, as increased pollination across the country causes symptoms that can make it hard to go outside. As climate change brings warmer temperatures for longer periods of time, spring is coming earlier and lasting longer, ramping up pollen levels and causing a more intense allergy season. May is National Asthma & Allergy Awareness Month.
Breast cancer affects about 12.9% of women during their lifetime, with an estimated 281,550 new cases anticipated in 2021. Breast cancer encompasses about 14.8% of all new cancer cases, and the disease will kill 43,600 people in 2021, making up 7.2% of all cancer deaths.
guidelines, research, medical research, breast cancer, health, medical treatment
I teach pickleball on the side. It's fun, easy to get certified and find clients, and a great way to make some extra cash.
Business Insider profile and "as told to" about David Fisher's process to become a pickleball instructor.
side gig, side hustle, part-time, job, work, passion, profile, as told to,
An injury happens in an instance, but recovery takes time. You may have fallen hard or over-exerted yourself and ended with a stress injury. Or perhaps you took a spill skiing and broke your leg. Or a collision left you with a concussion. It only takes a second or two to damage your body in an accident. Unfortunately, returning to exercise after injury can and should take a lot longer. doctor, physical therapy,
Heart Failure CONNECT-HF Study Used Pattern Health App to Study Medication Adherence, Quality-of-Care Scores
The Duke Clinical Research Institute study was the first to incorporate mobile health technology to follow heart failure patients long-term. The study showed that using patients’ biometric information and medication adherence data can help customize guideline-based recommendations to improve self-care.
m-health, application, app, heart health
Tis’ the season for hanging colorful lights and decorations. The season for driving to visit friends and family. The season for winter sports, and for seasonal holiday injuries. What is the number one cause of winter accidents? Well, it depends who you ask.
holidays, radiology, imaging, injuries, safety, traffic accidents, sports
Lung cancer has the third highest number of annual cancer diagnoses in the U.S. but also takes the most lives from cancer each year. November is Lung Cancer Awareness Month and November 12 is National Lung Cancer Screening Day.
health, cigarettes, imaging