Momentum is building in Hartford for an influx of new technology companies to shape and strengthen the future of the city’s insurance industry, long a bastion of steady habits and stagnant growth.The first seeds of that transformation were on display Wednesday at a showcase … [Read more...] about New Tech Companies Aim to Boost Insurance, Health And Aerospace Industries In State
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It can seem like weird things tend to happen during a full moon—just ask any labor and delivery nurse, psychiatric hospital worker, or teacher with 25 first-graders testing her patience. Anecdotes abound about the ways that lunar cycles affect everything from births to road … [Read more...] about 5 Ways The Moon Impacts Your Health
There was a time—during college and afterward—when you’d drink on weekends (usually too much) and maybe one or two evenings during the week. But you also took nights off.For a lot of men, that kind of “weekend warrior” drinking eventually mellows … [Read more...] about Is Drinking Every Day—Even a Little Bit—Going to Turn You Into an Alcoholic?
An estimated 10 million men in the United States will suffer from an eating disorder in their lifetime.This staggering statistic goes to show that body image is something men struggle with just as much as women do, despite the fact that the conversation surrounding it … [Read more...] about More Men Are Seeking Help for Eating Disorders Than Ever Before
As organizations and agencies transition to value-based care models, many are reaching across sectors and forming partnerships to advance public health. For one example. the University of Maryland’s Center for Health Equity (M-CHE) is partnering with Cigna and area … [Read more...] about Where new partnership opportunities are advancing public health efforts