Breaking Bad News Habits: How to Stop “Doomscrolling”

By Account Associate Kailyn Middlemist If 2020, and now 2021, taught us anything, it’s that the news never stops pouring in. Sometimes it’s good news (Johnson and Johnson’s vaccine could be approved for emergency use soon), sometimes it’s bad news (a violent mob stormed the US Capitol building, the first time such a thing has happened since 1814). Unfortunately, there’s... Read More

January Health Observance: Folic Acid Awareness Week, January 6-12

Not into eating cereal? Check out Harvard Medical School's list of foods containing folic acid.  One caveat: folic acid is surprisingly better absorbed as a supplement than as a food (85% versus 50% absorption). unsplash-logoSai De Silva Read More

January Health Observance: National Birth Defects Prevention Month

Birth Defects are Common, Costly, and Critical Birth defects are common Every 4 1/2 minutes, a baby is born with a birth defect in the United States. Birth defects affect 1 in every 33 babies born in the United States each year. That translates into about 120,000 babies. Birth defects are costly Each year, total hospital costs for U.S. children... Read More