If you would like some help in figuring out how to eat a healthful diet, you can find out more at DGA (Dietary Guidelines for Americans), which has lots of available information for free. Just click the link below.
I must admit it never occurred to me that I need to upgrade my surge protectors until I read the recent How- To Geek Newsletter, which is one of my favorites for technology information.
Apparently surge protectors wear out over time. Take a look at the article and see whether you’re a candidate for a new one. I am. In addition, the article provides suggestions for purchasing a new one.
Listen to my podcast about Minority Mental Health Awareness Month. Then use the resource links below to find websites, which have numerous tools to assist you, or someone you know in the minority community who could benefit from using these websites and tools.
BEAM – Black Emotional and Mental Health Collective- is dedicated to providing mental health support to those in need and to those who require information for this difficult challenge. Tools for assistance can be located at their website. https://beam.community/about/
This post is for your information and safety. You may be surprised by how easy it is to set-up your “In Case of Emergency” – ICE contacts on your mobile phones. This critical information could possibly save your life or get you expedited help on your way to the hospital. For example, in the free apps on your mobile phone, you can provide your blood type. In addition, it helps emergency personnel know whom to contact on your behalf in the event of an emergency.
When you have a moment, listen to my podcast on why you may want to consider using these free apps, which are available on your mobile phone. Then use the support links below to read and use the guidelines setting up your emergency contact information.
Find detailed information and resources about emergency cell phone apps at the Medical Alert Advice website by clicking the 911 icon.
Android users can find assistance with filling out the Medical ID information using the links below.
Apple has various ways to use emergency features on the iPhone. Click the link below to learn more and to setup your medical ID on the Apple phone using the Health App. https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT207021
“Complementary Treatments are approaches to health that occur alongside conventional medical treatment. Studies show that complementary therapies positively impact mental health disorders, particularly anxiety and depression.”
For a detailed list of complementary therapies such as yoga, dance, and art, click the link below:
This YouTube video may give you the answers you’ve been looking for to understand what Health Cards (e.g., New York’s Excelsior Pass) are, and how they can be used in various businesses. Health Cards are easily retrievable using your mobile phone with an app. At this writing, more than 20 states—including Connecticut, Nevada, Hawaii use Health Cards.