Many people have experienced a number of pandemic-related consequences. And for some, COVID-19 has also driven a concerning increase in alcohol consumption. Alcohol Awareness Month is a good time to take a deeper look at your drinking habits.
Social media is flooded with memes about drinking as a pandemic coping mechanism but for some, these posts may undermine problematic drinking habits or even alcohol dependence. This Alcohol Awareness Month, we want to remind those who may be struggling that you are not alone and help is available: https://bit.ly/38Alfm3.
Prior to the onset of the coronavirus pandemic, custodians primarily performed their duties with little notice, often at night or after regular business hours. The pandemic, though, which led to enhanced cleaning, sanitizing and disinfecting practices, put custodians in the spotlight, and for the past year, they have been ardent protectors of consumer health and safety.
Dining Out For Life® Hosted by Subaru is More Meaningful Than Ever
CAMDEN, N.J., March 31, 2021 /3BL Media/ - In the year since the Covid-19 pandemic forced dramatic changes to our lives, our healthcare providers and restaurants have withstood devastating challenges. The success of the 25th Annual Dining Out For Life® hosted by Subaru is now more crucial than ever to support restaurants and community-based health service organizations dedicated to people living with or affected by HIV/AIDS and other chronic conditions.
Today kicks off Alcohol Awareness Month. Did you know that about 14.4 million adults are living with a disease called alcohol use disorder? Be sure to check back as we’ll be sharing more information and resources throughout the month.
Today we observe World Bipolar Day to help lift the ~2.8% of American adults living with #bipolar disorder & coping with extreme highs & lows in mood & energy. Let’s work together to be #BipolarBrave & to shift the culture by speaking more openly about mental health.
Dr. Rakesh Jain and Dr. Andrew Cutler guest hosted the Alkermes-sponsored MDEdge Psychiatry podcast to discuss the management of comorbidities & behavioral risk factors that may be present in people living with schizophrenia. Listen to the full recording here: https://bit.ly/3lkdoOF