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Mental Health and Workplace Safety –

The Relationship Between Mental Health and Workplace Safety

The relationship between mental health and workplace safety is often overlooked, but it is a crucial factor in maintaining a safe and healthy work environment. Mental health issues can impact an employee’s

Managing Workplace Stress and Its Impact on Safety

The Impact of Workplace Stress on Employees

Workplace stress can have a significant impact on employee well-being and overall safety. Managing stress effectively is crucial to maintaining a safe and healthy work environment, as stress can lead to reduced concentration,

Emergency Preparedness and Response Planning –

The Importance of Emergency Preparedness and Response Planning

Emergency preparedness and response planning is a crucial aspect of workplace safety, as it enables organizations to effectively respond to unforeseen incidents and minimize the potential impact on employees, operations, and the

4 Tips for making Homemade Smoothies & Juices

By Rachel Grunwell

Food fuels how you think, feel and perform. I’m always inspiring wellness coaching clients to fuel their body like it’s a Ferrari.

I create healthy recipes for brands, businesses and magazine pages. I’ve created recipes for New

Take a Mindfulness Minute to Feel Calm

By Rachel Grunwell – wellness coach, yoga + meditation teacher, and co-leader of the Mindful Moments Retreats at the Polynesian Spa

Stop, pause and take a breath. Notice how you are choosing to “be” in this moment, right now.


Recent Publications in Women’s Mental Health

Prenatal depression moderates the relationship between maternal trauma exposure and cortisol production and predicts breastfeeding behavior.

Bengtson L, Aubuchon-Endsley NL. Women Health. 2023 Apr 5:1-12.

In this study of 96 women, increased prenatal depressive symptoms were related to an elevated

Is it Safe to Use Atomoxetine (Strattera) During Pregnancy?

Women with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) often discontinue ADHD medications during pregnancy, especially if they have milder symptoms. While this approach makes sense in terms of limiting unnecessary exposures in women with milder illness, we have often been surprised by clinical

Bing AI and the Dawn of the Post-Search Internet

Around a year ago, I wrote a column about users’ growing frustration with Google Search, as automated summaries, sponsored content, and SEO-tailored spam increasingly crowded out the kinds of useful Web site results that Googling was supposed to produce. Google’s

Prenatal Exposure to Antidepressants or Maternal Depression?

For many years now, researchers have been examining the impact of prenatal exposure to antidepressants on behavior, risk of psychopathology and long-term neurodevelopmental outcomes. The findings have been mixed. One of the most significant challenges in conducting this research has

Are Food Substitutes Healthy? -Natural Health Planner

Despite the popularity of certain food substitutions, they are only sometimes healthy. They can cause health problems, especially if they are processed. Fortunately, substitutes, such as whole-grain products, fruits, vegetables, and meats, are beneficial.

Fruits And Vegetables

Adding fruits and