Well-being in totality. Also, one about Hitler.
Health and healthcare.
Nursing burnout, incomplete data, and single payer.
So to be honest, the last time I thought about the USDA’s dietary and nutritional guidance was thinking of the food pyramid from school. Which is to say that I have given them little to no thought sense. Apparently I am not alone.
Some look at health, ill-health, and the people and things that fight ill-health.
This Week: Family, Food, Mindspace, Health, Transportation, and Weapons!
This Week: Home, School, Work, Hospital, and Outdoors!
AFHPWP Athletics, Food, Healthcare, Pets, Wildlife, and the Environment!
This Week: Pets, Religion, Environment, Health, and Crime!
Health, healthcare, and giving birth.
A look at the ways we are taken care of – and not taken care of – when we are sick.
Pollution will get you down.
On call, off call, or just email. Or fax.,
CHCTFB This week: Crime, Health, Climate, Transportation, Food, and Business!
This Week: Gender, Space, Games, Relationships, Health
This week: Food, Drink, Doctors, Medicine, and Religion!
This Week: Education, Relationships, Games Health, and Animals!
This week: Education, Football, Violence, Law, and Health!
This week: Space, Family, Health, Transportation, Creatures, and Government!
When do you shower?
This week: Religion, Food, Sports, Education, Health, and Economics!
This will end badly.
Today: Crime, Health, Labor, Government, and Media!
This week: Body, Mind, Education, Science, Gender, and Religion!
On Earth and beyond…
HFPEPH Housing, Family, Pets, Education, Psychology, Health
When the doctor’s away, the patients get better?
People gettin’ sick, people gettin’ better.
This week: Economics, Babies, Health, Technology, Education, and Religion!
This Week!: Family, Cities, Health, Media, Religion, and Sports!
This Week: Arts, Education, Multiculturalism, Gender, and Health!
The Self, others, body markings, and more!
Your body or your life?
CNMHW Crime, Nature, Money, Health, Work
Dave discovers one of his old mini-posts and realizes that a full-length “do over” was the appropriate response.