When it comes to death, everyone’s feelings are different. Some people are very afraid. Others aren’t at all.
Reading a nutrition label can be tricky. WellTuned created a guide for that, as well as some other key nutritional resources.
Every generation has collectively traumatic events. For older generations, it might be WWII or the Vietnam War. For others, it might be 9/11, school shootings, or COVID-19.
Leslie Cornett, registered dietitian-nutritionist at BlueCross BlueShield of Tennessee, says there are certain foods you can eat to boost your antioxidant levels, such as squash, citrus, fish and crab.
WellTuned spoke with Damali Curry, chief learning officer for BlueCross BlueShield of Tennessee, to learn about occupational wellness — including how you can boost your own.
“Today’s milk aisle is amazing, but it’s also overwhelming!” says Erica Fleming, registered dietitian at BlueCross BlueShield of Tennessee.
Studies show that people who have primary care providers live longer, healthier lives. They also tend to be happier with their health care overall.
“Breastfeeding is wonderful, but it is not the end of the world if you can’t or don’t breastfeed,” says Mary Duncan, registered nurse and women’s health case manager at BlueCross BlueShield of Tennessee.
“Physical touch meets an essential human need,” says Dr. Jeanne James, pediatrician and chief medical officer for BlueCare Tennessee.
Dr. Deborah Gatlin says getting kids into a routine doesn’t have to be difficult — if you work on building good habits over time.