August 13, 2018

Weekly review: Beans, kale, walnuts, and more: The 12 foods that can help manage anxiety and depression

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    The 25 best hospitals and health systems for female employees, according to Forbes (Monday, July 30)
    Of the 25 hospitals and health systems listed, 23 are Advisory Board members. 

    Beans, kale, walnuts, and more: The 12 foods that can help manage anxiety and depression (Tuesday, July 31)
    Nutritional psychiatrists have long suspected that certain vitamins, minerals, and foods may help lessen the symptoms of depression and anxiety. Now, a forthcoming article in the World Journal of Psychiatry is rounding up the evidence in one place, Kathleen Squires writes for the Wall Street Journal.

    3 more health myths you (probably) believe—and the key to promoting evidence-based medicine at your organization (Wednesday, Aug. 1)
    Even for those of us who work in health care, it can be hard to distinguish myth from fact when it comes to our health. Therefore, the Daily Briefing's Jackie Kimmell dug into three more common health myths to help you understand the scientific evidence behind them—and found the key to promoting evidence-based medicine at your organization.

    The 5 behaviors that explain your risk of cancer (Thursday, Aug. 2)
    Researchers have unearthed evidence of the everyday behaviors that account for nearly half of all cancer deaths. The Daily Briefing's Jackie Kimmell details the evidence behind five potentially modifiable lifestyle factors that have been linked to an increase in your cancer risk.

    Your employees need regular recognition to stay engaged. Here are 3 ways to make it a habit. (Friday, Aug. 3)
    Regular recognition is a key component of employee engagement, but many managers struggle with effectively—and regularly—recognizing their employees. To help, the Daily Briefing's Jackie Kimmell outlines three easy strategies that all managers can use to give employees the recognition they deserve.

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