Tag Archives: wellness

10 Ways UVC Light Tech Can Safeguard Health & Wellness

Germicidal Ultraviolet-C (UVC) light surface and air sanitation + purification innovations can effectively eradicate harmful viruses, bacteria, pathogens and microorganisms both indoors and while on-the-go   As COVID-19 rages on, warning sirens have sounded of late amid a flurry of headlines surrounding Ultraviolet-C (UVC) light device safety issues. Rightfully so, as the current pandemic has ushered in a […]

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Fact vs. Fiction: 7 Things to Know About Losing Weight

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, half of all adults in the country attempt to lose weight every year. Most of them feel overwhelmed trying to navigate their way through the process. Many of them will fail, largely because they don’t know how to successfully do it. One doctor is putting the […]

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How Not Being a Stress Eater Can be Your “New Normal”

There is no doubt that most people are experiencing more stress right now. That can lead to stress-related eating, which can lead people to becoming overweight or obese. Many people may feel they find comfort in food when the stress kicks in, but they may not have identified themselves as a true stress eater, or […]

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Global Advisor Gives Seminar on Wellness and World Citizenship

New York, N.Y. As part of our Global Advisor Seminar Series, Dr. Alex Eingorn hosted a seminar for The J. Luce Foundation‘s Young Global Leaders on the importance of personal well-being and its connection to global wellness. The seminar started with an introduction of Dr. Eingorn and his work as a doctor of chiropractic. Then, […]

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8 Great Sweat-Busting Solutions

Courtesy Summer Soles (www.SweatHelp.org)

Product Innovations Reduce Profuse Sweating Problems Today’s breed of product innovations help address an age-old, embarrassing problem: excessive sweating.  No matter the season or reason, extreme, uncontrollable sweating is never welcome and it’s often a serious medical condition called hyperhidrosis. In fact, research shows that nearly five percent of the population suffers from the condition—that’s 367 […]

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How to Reduce Sweating Problems at School

Photo Courtesy the International Hyperhidrosis Society (www.SweatHelp.org)

9 Myths and Truths About Excessive Sweating Among Students Amid all things “back to school”—whether in the elementary, secondary or collegiate systems—there’s a common but hidden scourge: excessive sweating.  In fact, a national survey conducted by the International Hyperhidrosis Society (IHhS)—the scholars of sweat—shows as many as one in five teens (nearly 20%) suffers from […]

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How to Turn Difficult Times into a Period of Growth

World Pandemic: Young Global Leaders as Social Media Influencers

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