Posts Tagged ‘mental health’

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Let’s Manage the Information We Consume

In these unprecedented times, one thing there is no shortage of is information. It’s everywhere, from the news and social media, to videos and local community bulletins. While information serves to inform the masses, at the same time, a lot of that content is the driving source in contributing to our anxiety. Recent reports have […]

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5 Ways to Preserve Employee Mental Health During COVID-19

Think your employees are taking this in stride? Think again. Every day, the world is glued to TV news outlets and websites watching the pandemic numbers rise. As the crisis worsens and businesses slow down and close, anxiety increases. Your workforce, your front line communicators to your clients, are nervously eyeing sinking retirements and basic […]

Social Media Experiments & Public Health. To be or not to be?

So, I’m guessing you heard about the “Experimental evidence of massive-scale emotional contagion through social networks“, no? That’s the official title for the Facebook study published in The Proceedings of National Academy of the United States of America that you’ve likely already heard about. In this study you have a Facebook data scientist Adam Kramer […]