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May 2019

Payer 4 out of 5 Employees Rate Office Well-Being Programs as Valuable

In a recently conducted survey, 70% of workers stayed in their job because of well-being programs and 80% see programs focused on well-being ...

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May 2019

Incorporating Mental Wellness in the Workplace

Just as companies strive to keep their employees physically healthy, many are beginning to understand that mental wellness is also a key asp ...

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May 2019

When a Parent's Short-Term Rehab Becomes Long-Term Care

For some seniors, short-term rehab can end up becoming a transition stage to long-term care. Family members and caregiver can take steps to ...

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May 2019

New Psychiatric Hospital, Once in Jeopardy, is Back on Track for Greenville

A new psychiatric hospital whose fate was once in jeopardy is back on track for Greenville, which suffers from a current lack of services fo ...

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May 2019

Vaccines Are Critical To Public Health, And Are Cost-Effective, Too

Population-wide vaccination programs not only sustain overall good public health but also play a prominent role in promoting greater equity ...

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May 2019

In 10 Years, Half Of Middle-Income Elders Won’t Be Able To Afford Housing, Medical Care

According to a recent Health Affairs study, in 10 years, more than half of middle-income Americans age 75 or older will not be able to ...

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May 2019

It’s time to remove the barriers, stigma around mental healthcare

From medical expenses to lost productivity, employers are spending $226 billion annually on behavioral health-related costs. Workplaces are ...

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May 2019

SC not seeing measles cases in midst of record national numbers, vaccination controversy

To date, 22 states in the U.S have reported cases of measles this year. SC is not one of them, though residents should still take caution. T ...

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May 2019

Family History: An Opportunity to Disrupt Transmission of Behavioral Health Problems

Research on brain development and life course health has raised awareness of the impact of childhood social experiences related to parenting ...

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