Heading out on vacation soon? If not, well maybe you ought to. No, you know you ought to. One way or another, you should be getting away from the office sometime soon, but you're probably going to do a poor job of it.
Stress is hurting the job performance of a huge number of people in this country — and long-term care workers are among those at greatest risk. At least, this was suggested by poll results released Monday. The findings indicate that facilities would be smart to proactively help staff manage their stress. Here are four strategies to consider.
Nurses who use a smartphone at night for work-related reasons are likely to be less effective on the job the next day, according to recently published research from Michigan State University.
A new app available on iTunes allows people to manage their diets.
A bedside device that measures eye movements could become a standard way of determining if extreme dizziness is being caused by a stroke, researchers say.
Qualcomm recently partnered with Project RAY to develop a smartphone for people who are visually impaired. The product integrates the capabilities of smartphone technology and multiple specialty devices into a single handset.
You could soak up plenty of what you'd want to hear at a conference Monday at the LeadingAge PEAK Leadership Summit: discussions ranging from leadership and policy to payments.