Recent controversies over new mask mandates, combined with increased treatments, vaccination distribution efforts and improved scientific research for covid-19 have many wondering, how much longer will we have to wear masks?
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Happy International Women’s Day (IWD)! Today was created in the name of celebrating women’s achievements and advocating for gender equality around the world. It is especially a good day to share women’s stories, successes, adversities as well as help fundraise and donate to female-focused charities which we will have linked in the resources section below!
The year 2020 has brought many unexpected challenges, but with unexpected challenges come unexpected solutions. Which is why we wanted to discuss the future of healthcare from what has already changed to the ways in which experts anticipate how new technological developments and progressing patient behavioral trends are predicted to continuously impact how medical providers facilitate care even after the CoronaVirus.
Earlier this week, we discussed the impact COVID has had on some of our everyday habits in terms of how we socialize with others in public spaces like stores, gyms, restaurants and even on dates all during a pandemic. While we can only offer so many social safety tips, it’s important to also note the overwhelming developments of digital engagement technology that continue to connect us with our loved ones, educate us even when schools are closed, provide virtual healthcare services in addition to stabilize our economy with remote workforce management. That’s why in part 2 of our “Living In 2021” blog series, we are going to discuss how these advancements have evolved how we define “social interaction” as well as what this year ahead will look like with continuity of communication as its focus.
A year ago today we had no idea what 2020 would have in store for us. Although we have each experienced trials and tribulations both collectively and individually, we are here today to face yet another new year full of opportunities. That being said, it will also be another year of navigating continuous change, so to stay safe but still manage to live your life, we’ve created a two part “Living In 2021” series that will cover what to expect and how to overcome the new “normal”.
What Is NWHFD?
Every last Wednesday of September is National Women’s Health and Fitness Day (NWHFD), the largest annual gathering for women of all ages. Founded in 2002 by the Health Information Resource Center (HIRC), NWHFD is the sister event of National Senior Health and Fitness Day, also the nation’s largest social event held for senior citizens. Each day inspires participants to pursue healthier lifestyles, motivate others to become more informed as well as raise awareness for the importance of total body wellness in terms of mental, emotional and physical health.