Adequate sleep is essential for overall health, but getting too little sleep can sap your creativity and take your health to the next level. A A recent study Researchers at MIT and Harvard Medical School asked participants to dream about a topic while falling asleep, as the brain makes more connections while in this state. One particular question was to write a story about trees after waking up. According to the study, those who were given dreams ‘performed 43 percent better than those who slept without sleep and 78 percent more awake than those who did not.’
The average American adult spends an eight-hour workday each month coordinating health care for themselves or a loved one. New poll. According to the survey, 65% of adults consider health care too difficult. 76% of adults aged 18-34 are stressed. “To be a voice for patients, we must first understand the barriers patients face, how that affects their daily lives, and the long-term effects on individuals and the health care system as a whole,” AAPA CEO Lisa M. Gables, CPA, said in a news release.
A new report finds that since 1999, black Americans have died millions more than non-Hispanic whites. To reach this conclusion, scientists used the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) mortality reports from 1999 to 2020. Heart disease was the leading cause of death. These Differences in mortality They are the result of a history of discrimination, not genetics. “It’s very clear that we have an unequal distribution of health. We’re talking about the freedom to be healthy,” Clyde Yancey, chief of cardiology at Northwestern University’s Feinberg School of Medicine, said in a news release.