We’ve got to find our own personal balance between our outside reality… the one that keeps our material world going and our other very true (and what I feel is our most important) reality. Our internal creative reality is that part of us that longs to do the things we are meant to do opposed … Continue reading Is Our Obsession with Multi Tasking Ruining Our Creativity? — ELLAVATE 7
If you have ever had cigarette smoke blown into your face on a windy day, or if you have ever seen a commercial with a lung cancer patient speaking through a mechanical voice box, you have probably asked yourself the question: Why do people smoke? Why would they subject themselves to something like that? Unfortunately,… via … Continue reading Why Do People Smoke? — Thought Catalog
Wouldn’t you like to be immune to comparison? To devote your energy to making your own goals happen rather than enviously poring over the details of other people’s successes? We live in a world in which comparing ourselves with others is easier than ever. Social media means we’re constantly invited to measure the curated high … Continue reading How To Stop Toxic Comparison & Combat the Envy-Inducing Effects of Social Media – Tara Swart
As Homer once said, this infamous molecule is both “the cause of, and the solution to, all of life’s problems”. OK, it was Homer Simpson who said that rather than the classical bard, but it’s no less true or profound for that. Sometimes, the rubbish you come out with when you’re drunk really is quite … Continue reading What Is Alcohol Addiction & Why Makes Us Drunk?
More states are lifting restrictions and regulatory hurdles to allow physician assistants to work more “collaboratively” with physicians as the team-based approach to healthcare takes hold. Historically, states have required physicians to more closely monitor physician assistants (PAs) in what some have said led to redundant tasks or slowed the ability of patients to get … Continue reading States Ease More Restrictions To Physician Assistants As Team Care Takes Hold
Worldwide, alcohol and tobacco cause much more death, disability and addiction than illegal drugs, according to a new review. The review analyzed data from 2015 on global drug use — both overall and in 21 different regions — using data from the World Health Organization, the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime, and the … Continue reading These Everyday ‘Drugs’ Cause More Harm Than the Illegal Ones, Study Says