To Counter Loneliness, Find Ways to Connect – The New York Times

“Loneliness saps vitality, impairs productivity and diminishes enjoyment of life,” Drs. Nobel and Williams wrote. Its effects on health match...
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To Counter Loneliness, Find Ways to Connect – The New York Times

Social Emotional Learning: Helping Students Overcome Barriers to Equity – RWJF

Conclusion Health equity benefits everyone and aligns well with our nation’s promise of liberty and justice for all. We must...
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Social Emotional Learning: Helping Students Overcome Barriers to Equity – RWJF

Study: Neighborhood Quality May Blunt Health Impact of Being Poor | Healthiest Communities | US News

Source: Study: Neighborhood Quality May Blunt Health Impact of Being Poor | Healthiest Communities | US News
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Study: Neighborhood Quality May Blunt Health Impact of Being Poor | Healthiest Communities | US News

Nature Is Medicine—Even in a Prison Cell

When one is in love—especially with something as huge and beautiful and complex as trees—there is an urge to share...
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Nature Is Medicine—Even in a Prison Cell

Senate HELP Committee approves opioid bill with major trauma-related provisions

The Senate Health, Education, Labor & Pensions (HELP) Committee unanimously approved The Opioid Crisis Response Act of 2018 Act on...
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Senate HELP Committee approves opioid bill with major trauma-related provisions
To Counter Loneliness, Find Ways to Connect - The New York Times

To Counter Loneliness, Find Ways to Connect – The New York Times

“Loneliness saps vitality, impairs productivity and diminishes enjoyment of life,” Drs. Nobel and Williams wrote. Its effects on health match that of obesity, alcohol abuse and smoking 15 cigarettes a day, increasing the risk of an early death by 30 percent. The aim of the UnLonely Project, Dr. Nobel said, is to raise awareness of its increasing incidence and harmful effects and reduce the stigma — the feelings of embarrassment — related to it. Source: ...
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Social Emotional Learning: Helping Students Overcome Barriers to Equity - RWJF

Social Emotional Learning: Helping Students Overcome Barriers to Equity – RWJF

Conclusion Health equity benefits everyone and aligns well with our nation’s promise of liberty and justice for all. We must apply an equity lens to how leaders lead, educators teach, and students learn to create opportunities for all young people to be as healthy as possible. About Pennsylvania State University Founded in 1855, the Pennsylvania State University is a renowned public research university that educates students from around the world and collaborates with partners to ...
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Study: Neighborhood Quality May Blunt Health Impact of Being Poor | Healthiest Communities | US News

Study: Neighborhood Quality May Blunt Health Impact of Being Poor | Healthiest Communities | US News

Source: Study: Neighborhood Quality May Blunt Health Impact of Being Poor | Healthiest Communities | US News ...
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Nature Is Medicine—Even in a Prison Cell

Nature Is Medicine—Even in a Prison Cell

When one is in love—especially with something as huge and beautiful and complex as trees—there is an urge to share this emotion with everyone, especially to those who have no opportunity to experience such feelings themselves. As my love of trees and canopy biota expanded, I sought to share my connections to nature with people who live in places where it is absent, just as a new bride might urge those sitting on the sideline ...
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Senate HELP Committee approves opioid bill with major trauma-related provisions

Senate HELP Committee approves opioid bill with major trauma-related provisions

The Senate Health, Education, Labor & Pensions (HELP) Committee unanimously approved The Opioid Crisis Response Act of 2018 Act on April 24. The approval was a major step forward in addressing the current epidemic as a public health crisis that requires collaboration among people, communities, families, states, and the federal government. With bipartisan support, significant provisions taken from or aligned with the goals of the Heitkamp-Durbin Trauma-Informed Care for Children and Families Act (S. 774) were ...
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