Learn more about resources available for your health and wellbeing.
Those of you who listen to and follow my podcasts Judith Guerra Wellness Connections are aware of my intention to bring you healthwise information including links and websites where you can find assistance. Many of the link selections are available for FREE!
Dr. Andrew Weil is a pioneer in using methodologies of Integrative Medicine to assist us in developing wellness habits for our total well-being, mind, body, and spirit.
Take a look when you find time to give yourself the treat of knowing how to complement your wellness regimen by clicking the links below.
Other sources for information about Integrative Medicine can be found at the links below:
Sometimes there is an App that serves more than one purpose. In this case I am referring to the app “Too Good To Go” Do you know that fighting food waste also helps the planet by reducing global warming? At the “Too Good To Go” website you can learn all of the details at the food waste knowledge hub. The company was created in Denmark in 2015. Read more at the Wikipedia link.
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Surprise Bags have food at one-third its original price.
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This month Tech4Boomers is eager to share some new free APPs and other Internet websites which are support systems for people who live with cancer. I suggest that you listen to my podcast, it gives a detailed description of the help available using your mobile devices, laptops, and desktops. Then use the links provided below to access the information.
To read about and download the Pfizer “Living With” App use the links below:
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How often do you check whether that “health bar” or “health whatever” – is really all that it is supposed to be? That is to say, is it a healthful addition to your eating habits?
I want to share with you that I have had occasion to buy a “health bar” only to later learn that the sugar, and other “not too good” ingredients were less than desirable for a health conscious snack.
That’s why I want to share with you the FOODUCATE App, which is a free.
I use the App to help me discover what the ingredients are in the ‘health-snack’ that I am choosing to eat.
Below is a link to a Green Tea Tip they provide on the website. Take a look when you find a chance.
Learn more about the Fooducate App Creator Hemi Weingarten at the link below:
All the best for your well-being.
In this Podcast (Episode # 13), I share with you a website, which supports women who have heart disease – and women who may not know they have a heart health issue. As was my case 26 years ago. If this kind of information had been available, 26 years ago, my life’s journey in this regard, would have been different.
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The links to the WomenHeart website can be used as resources in finding support for Women’s Heart Health Guidelines.
Phone Number (202)728-7199
Office Address 1100 17th Street, NW, Suite 500, Washington, DC 20036
Wishing you all the best for your heart health and wellbeing,
The Arthritis Foundation reports that the VIM App will assist arthritis sufferers with setting goals for managing chronic pain. When you have a moment, listen to my podcast to learn more.
VIM App for Arthritis Sufferers | livingsenior.me
In this episode of The Wellness Connections Podcast I talk about the late Bebe Moore Campbell and the formidable work and commitment she did, which supported underrepresented communities. In addition a description of the digital platforms and APPs that are available for the support of Mental Health Wellness for BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and People of Color), QTBIPOC (Queer and Trans) Mental Health.
I introduce Katara McCarty’s website where she talks about the Exhale APP. She created the APP to support the Emotional well-being for BIWOC (Black, Indigenous, Women of Color). Her website has BIWOC Resources for your use.
A brief description of Health In Her HUE, a digital platform that connects Black women and women of color to culturally competent and sensitive healthcare providers, and their TEAM goal to “empower women of color, and their allies, to share, learn and innovate around the health issues that disproportionately affect them” is provided.
When you have a free moment listen to my podcast to learn how these websites can be used for your well-being journey. The source links are provided for your easy access to information and APPs.
Have you ever thought about using a sunscreen app?
Learn Sun Care Basics | Reapply App
A recurring theme on my blogs for June 2021 is the importance of using sunscreen SPF (sun protection factor), for anyone who finds themselves “under the sun“. Summer months are a period where you may find yourself spending more time on the beach or just outside for long periods of time. It is ESSENTIAL that you protect yourself and other family members. Babies could use a hat also on the beach.
Those of you who follow my blogs are aware of the fact that I search the web to find the best information that I feel worthwhile sharing. Such is the case for this quote from the Better Health Channel. It is one of the most popular health and medical websites in Australia. In fact, it’s their No. 1 health and Medical website. Below is a quote from their website:
Melanoma is the most dangerous type of skin cancer. It may appear as a new spot or as a change in an existing mole or freckle. Over 95 per cent of skin cancers can be successfully treated if they are found early. If untreated, melanomas can spread to other parts of the body and may not be curable. Melanoma – Better Health Channelhttps://www.betterhealth.vic.gov.au › health › melanoma
I hope these APPs will help you enjoy your summer safely.
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You can listen to a brief summary of my upcoming Tech4Boomers blog post about SPF APPs on Spotify. In addition, there are various podcasts and information on other blog posts about the importance of using sunscreen and taking care of your skin to prevent Melanoma. Listen at Judith Guerra Wellness Connections.