All the best in Wellness!
All the best in Wellness!
It’s not a topic that we cover often when it comes to APPS, but I think that this is worth sharing. Melanoma is a real thing. This APP is free. Please share. Click the link for details.
Information from the Cancer Foundation:
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Really? I don’t have it often, however pepperoni pizza has been known to cross my palate. And, because I am a subscriber to the FoodPrint Newsletter, I just became aware of this fact: One serving of pepperoni pizza uses 53 gallons of water!
Why should we care how much water we use by the choices we make for our daily intake of food? Well, one answer is to conserve water right?
Other reasons: Firefighters, hospitals, gas stations, street cleaners, health clubs, gyms, and restaurants all require large quantities of water to provide services to our communities. Reducing our usage of water now means that these services can continue to be provided.
Knowledge gives us the opportunity to be reliable and conscientious in determining how we live and support the planet’s well-being. When we have facts, we can make informed decisions. Tech4boomers will continue to bring you “news you can use” to participate, to do your part and contribute to the well-being of the planet for future generations. Let’s work at it together.
FoodPrint Newsletter Link:
Water Calculator – https://www.watercalculator.org/water-footprint-of-food-guide/
Listen to what I am thinking and talking about at Judith Guerra Wellness Connections.
All the best in Wellness & Happy Holidays!
News you can use 🙂
Click here for a free chart on how to reduce food waste:
FYI Climate Change Glossary
Listen to a FoodPrint Podcast at this link https://foodprint.org/what-youre-eating/
Climate Change Game: https://ig.ft.com/climate-game/
All the best in Wellness !
There has been substantial progress since the late Bebe Moore Campbell first addressed the need for help regarding mental health awareness for African Americans, and other minorities.
In May 2022, Ms. Campbell was honored by Mental Health America, and you can read more about her formidable contribution to mental health care for Black and African American Communities at this link https://www.mhanational.org/blog/pioneer-equitable-mental-health-honoring-bebe-moore-campbell
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.
To GET HELP NOW – Click this link: https://beam.community/get-help-now/
There you will find 24/7 Phone Hotline numbers, and Mobile Crisis Units information and much more.
BIPOC Acronym Defined
FYI – Below is a link to an article about various apps, which may give your ‘Wellness‘ regimen a boost.
iPhone – use the links below for Sleep Sounds.
Tom’s Guide – sleeps apps for Android can be found at this link:
For a detailed list of complementary therapies such as yoga, dance, and art, click the link below:
One of the best overall Mental Health Apps of 2022 is Moodfit. To learn more about Moodfit click this link – https://www.getmoodfit.com/
Use the link below to get a list of the Best 2022 Mental Health Apps that can be downloaded to a tablet or smartphone.
Another source for Mental Health Apps can be found at the link below. At this website you can learn about the Pros and Cons of each app in addition to the cost.
Use the link below for the Stop Suicide App, which is free.
For more suicide prevention apps
Best wishes for mental wellness,
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.
Find out more at the sources below:
Source: How Does the COVID SMART Health Card Work? (verywellhealth.com)
Hello everyone, I want to take a moment to let you know that I appreciate getting your feedback when you click a ‘like’ button or click a ‘follow’ button to receive emails from the blog posts that I create.
I have been blogging for about 10 years. Currently, I post on 4 blogs. Recently, I started doing a Podcast. I am an essential oil enthusiast. My intention is to provide interesting and useful information for your Well-being journey, and Wellness regimen.
If you would like to learn more about the topics I post, please visit my website, JudithGuerra.com
All the best for your well-being,
Recently I learned about Apps for Pain Management. Of course, not everyone will benefit from any one approach to pain. It is also recommended that you consult with a doctor for your particular issue.
When you have a moment, listen to a brief summary on my podcast #38. Then use the various links provided below for resource material, and a list of pain management apps.
The U.S. Pain Foundation has free resources available for your reference at this link:
The Curable app has a free and paid version. The free version of Curable offers 13 free introductory audio lessons. Click the link below to learn more: https://www.curablehealth.com/blog
You can find other apps for pain listed by the U.S. Pain Foundation at the link below: