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    Management,  News

    Real World Resilience and Why Shady Elhami Says It Matters in Business

    There is nothing like a pandemic to test the mettle of individuals and the corporate world. Suddenly the word “resilience” became commonly used. There are now Tedx Talks about it, psychologists study it, and there is an abundance of articles from the likes of Forbes, Harvard and MIT. Powerhouse people have the concept at the forefront of their thoughts – and for good reason. Resilience holds a lot of weight.

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    Finance,  News

    In 2020, a Giving Gap Emerges

    Annual reports from the US and Canada show overall declines in giving, primarily among middle-aged and young people, as well as increases in philanthropy among the wealthy. While millionaires and billionaires, especially in the US, gave away record-breaking sums of money to hundreds of different charities and nonprofit organizations, average residents decreased their giving in 2020.

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    Health Literacy,  News

    The Top 4 Franchises to Open During a Pandemic

    Are you a first-time business owner who is thinking of embarking on a new business venture amidst this pandemic? Launching a business at any time is scary if you are starting from scratch, but especially so when there is a pandemic threatening the economy with uncertainty. However, one way to manage this risk is to open a franchise business!

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    Health Literacy

    How to Manage Type 2 Diabetes

    Type 2 diabetes is one of the deadliest, yet most preventable, diseases in the Western world. Unhealthy diets combined with a lack of physical activity has seen a rise in the incidence among both adults and children. Growing numbers of clinics receive healthcare outreach to help manage their patients’ diabetes in an already overwhelmed system. Type 2 is both preventable and manageable. If you have the condition, or are at serious risk of developing it, follow these suggestions below. What causes type 2 diabetes Type 2 diabetes is a result of elevated sugar levels overtime. The pancreas makes insulin. Insulin helps your body manage its blood sugar levels. If you…

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    Health Literacy

    5 Things Everyone Should Know About Diabetes

    The world faces a diabetes epidemic. Millions around the world suffer from this condition, which left untreated can lead to death. Having a solid Diabetes education can increase your chances of living a healthier and longer life. Here are five key facts and misconceptions about diabetes. 1. There are two types of Diabetes Type 1 diabetes involves genetic factors and affects just 5% of diabetics. The immune system attacks the pancreas, which is responsible for producing insulin. Insulin, in turn, helps lower blood sugar levels. Approximately 19 out of 20 diabetics have type 2 diabetes. Excessive amounts of blood sugar lead to this condition over a prolonged period of time.…

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    Health Literacy

    4 Odd But Dangerous Health Situations

    It’s often not all that difficult to tell the difference between a dangerous and a non-dangerous situation, especially when it comes to your health. However, there are times when it’s not under a person’s control how healthy a situation is, or perhaps that there is some hidden danger that they don’t know about. For instance, think about the categories of surgical malpractice, strange workplace injuries, undefined diseases that people run into, and then adult-onset mental health issues that can really strike a troubled chord into many lives in almost a sneaky way. Surgical Malpractice One of the more unusual but dangerous situations you can run into with respect to health…