The best and worst diets for heart health, why nurses are leaving contract work for hospital staff positions, and more.
AHA: The best (and worst) diets for heart health (Monday, May 1)
The American Heart Association (AHA) rated 10 types of popular diets based on how well they align with AHA's dietary guidance. See which diet received a perfect score.
During the pandemic, many nurses left hospital staff jobs for more lucrative travel jobs. However, many of these nurses are returning to hospitals for full-time positions, especially as travel pay falls and organizations offer new staff benefits, Melanie Evans writes for the Wall Street Journal.
Have asthma? You may be more likely to develop certain cancers. (Wednesday, May 3)
People with asthma are 36% more likely to develop cancer than people without the respiratory disease, according to a study published in Cancer Medicine, marking the first time a positive association between asthma and cancer risk has been discovered in the United States.
Women have a harder time losing weight in midlife. Here's why. (Thursday, May 4)
Writing for the Wall Street Journal, Sumathi Reddy explains why women in their 40s and 50s are more likely to gain weight than men, the potential health risks of this weight gain, and what women can do to combat these extra midlife pounds.
3 strategies for tackling workplace complaints (Friday, May 5)
Writing for the Harvard Business Review, Alyson Meister and Nele Dael outline four types of workplace complaints and provide three strategies to help leaders "create a positive, high-performing work environment while monitoring and containing the risks and costs of complaining for themselves and their teams."
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