Vault Health Expands its Men’s Telehealth Service to 37 New States

Vault Health, a men’s telemedicine startup offering direct-to-consumer prescription testosterone treatments and supplements, has expanded its service to 37 U.S. states. Previously only available in three states, Vault’s rapid expansion comes on the heels of its $30 million Series A funding round in March. Perhaps best known for providing the first FDA-approved rapid at-home saliva test kit for Covid-19, … More Vault Health Expands its Men’s Telehealth Service to 37 New States

Sunday Meditation: Humility Is Not A Bad Thing

What is true humility and why should we make it a characteristic mark of our life and action? True humility is not feeling bad about yourself, or having a low opinion of yourself, or thinking of yourself as inferior to others. True humility frees us from preoccupation with ourselves, whereas a low self-opinion tends to … More Sunday Meditation: Humility Is Not A Bad Thing

Celebrating the Immigrant Contribution to Labor Day

Nothing dims the light of summer like back-to-school sales and the start of Labor Day weekend. While many parents will welcome the new school year, few will pay much attention to this federal holiday other than attending socially-distanced barbeques or taking last-minute getaways. What few Americans remember, however, is that Labor Day is not solely meant … More Celebrating the Immigrant Contribution to Labor Day

How To Build A Better Relationship On The Job

Happy and healthy relationships take work. It doesn’t happen naturally in our hectic day-to-day lives. You have to work  it out. In the last few weeks I have had the good blessing to talk with musicians, religious and family and friends. They have repeated what makes for great relationships and keeps them in balance.  Our … More How To Build A Better Relationship On The Job

National Safety Council Urges Employers To Be Vigilant

The National Safety Council urges employers to continue to be vigilant with testing despite the recent guideline amendment issued by the CDC. Without a clear rationale for these changes, we continue to recommend employers test workers to ensure a safe workplace. Around 30% of patients who tested positive for COVID-19 were asymptomatic, according to a … More National Safety Council Urges Employers To Be Vigilant

Work It Out Wednesday: How To Move On

Sometimes there are things in our life that we’re not crazy about, that are quite unpleasant, very distressing even—and yet there’s nothing we can do about it. And in those moments acceptance, acknowledging what is true without adding on layers of “I don’t want this to be true,” “It’s not fair,” “I don’t like this,” … More Work It Out Wednesday: How To Move On

Real Ways to Reduce Your Alzheimer’s Risk

Alzheimer’s disease currently affects over 5 million Americans. It is the sixth leading cause of death in the U.S. today. In 2020, Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia will cost the nation an estimated $305 billion. All of these statistics, provided by the Alzheimer’s Association, are staggering. It is no wonder Alzheimer’s was awarded … More Real Ways to Reduce Your Alzheimer’s Risk

13 Reasons Why NOT to Commit Suicide

School is starting, which can be hell for some kids due to bullying, abuse and more, resulting in suicide and running away. Media veteran and New York’s nationally recognized and award-winning child advocate, Steve Simpson, wants to help victims, like himself, and he offers the ’13 reasons why NOT to commit suicide’ below. 1.Everybody I … More 13 Reasons Why NOT to Commit Suicide