It’s that time of year again, when all you can hear is coughing in your large lecture class or the sneezing coming from half the cubes in your office. Everyone is getting sick and you know it’s only a matter of time until you've caught it too. While getting a cold is sometimes unavoidable, there … Continue reading Healthy Habits for the Busy Lifestyle
The back to school commercials are on and new Temple flags are going up on the streetlights of campus. As much as we hate to admit it, fall semester is quickly approaching. Once the semester picks up, it’s often hard to remember your health on top of everything else. But here are some helpful tips … Continue reading Staying Healthy for the Overly Active Lifestyle
When you're working long hours and trying to clear as many items off of your to-do list as possible, working out can often be put on the back burner. Public relations has been named, numerous times, as one of the most stressful professions. Having a regular workout routine can help to alleviate some of that stress, and … Continue reading Finding a Place for Fitness
The Swedish Medical Center has begun a new campaign to raise awareness around treatment options for those with hearing loss. The campaign consists of a video series developed by Dr. Douglas Backous, medical director of the Center for Hearing and Skull Base Surgery at the Swedish Neuroscience Institute in Seattle, Washington and the use of Twitter and … Continue reading Surgery and Social Media
As aspiring public relations professionals and young adults, many of us are constantly "plugged in". Throughout the day we are on social media sites commenting, re-tweeting and posting not only on our personal accounts but also for our internships and places of employment. We know it's sometimes unhealthy but some of us have trouble "shutting … Continue reading Don’t Over Feed!
Walt Disney Co. Chairman and CEO Robert Iger announced this past Tuesday that starting in 2015, Disney will ban all junk-food advertising on its children’s television and radio programs that do not meet certain nutritional guidelines. Disney will be the first major media company to set a food and beverage advertising standard on kid-focused programming. … Continue reading Mickey Mouse Marketing
For many of us, twenty-four hours is not enough in a single day! With classes, internships, jobs, and the hope of a social life, each of us is cramming as much as we can every day. While we are trying to keep up during this highly competitive age, working too much has some negative, lingering … Continue reading All Work and No Play Means Trouble