By: Melissa Schenkman, MPH, MSJ When Sasha Greenberg moved to New York City from Israel to pursue her modeling career, the constant hustle of city life, her long work hours, late nights out, and a major change in the foods she ate in the US from her Mediterranean diet, were a lot for her body
Category: Complementary Health
By: Alex Edelson Do the pressures of daily life force you into a mad dash to be productive all the time? Do you find yourself thinking things like, “If I can do my 9-5 job and research cryptocurrency to make passive income, I’ll be happy and successful.” We rarely have the opportunity to stop, shut
By: Alex Edelson Do you often wake up and immediately start thinking about your doubts, fears, worries, and embarrassments? How about your 9am meeting, a fight with your friend or a parent? And, oh yeah, how about that you’re definitely going to be late for that meeting? We all find ourselves following thoughts and feelings
By: Kristen DeCaires, MPH, PMP Chances are, you or someone you know has practiced yoga at least once. It originated in India thousands of years ago, but its following has caught on relatively recently in the United States, particularly with millennials. Since 2012, the number of people who claim to practice yoga has increased by
By: Melissa Schenkman, MPH, MSJ We are just two weeks into the New Year, so there’s still plenty of time to make those resolutions and stick with them. Many millennials make the commitment to be healthier without defining a roadmap on how to get there. Do you want to improve your diet? Your mental clarity?
By: Melissa Schenkman, MPH, MSJ When Janelle Buday started cosmetology school, she never would have thought that coloring, cutting, and styling clients’ hair would affect her lower back. Like most millennials, Buday’s focus was on everything else but her own aches and pains. Plus, the more she got into the beauty industry, the more she