If you feel like you might be about to run full-steam into a “pandemic wall” – physically, mentally, nutritionally and spiritually – you are not alone.
Our daily habits play a huge role in keeping us mentally and physically healthy. Consider adopting these five healthy habits now.
The pandemic put a strain on healthcare, increasing the need for more trained professionals in a variety of occupations. But career planning is also needed.
There are several actions we can all take to get through the last leg of the COVID-19 race and avoid hitting the pandemic wall.
Awareness of social injustices further escalated in the national consciousness in 2020. As a result, organizations are taking a hard look at their corporate culture. In this episode, learn about the creation and goals of APUS’ Equity, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) Task Force.
Ensuring the public that the coronavirus vaccine is safe and effective is key to helping Americans feel comfortable getting vaccinated against COVID-19. Learn how public health professionals and healthcare workers can help educate the public and dispel disinformation.
As a moderately healthy middle-aged man, I knew I would be one of the last to receive the vaccine, but I was curious who was going to call first, my civilian doctor or Veterans Affairs.
Getting divorced is a life-changing event that can be extremely emotional and confusing for adults and children. In this episode, APU professor Dr. Kandis Wyatt talks to Danica Joan about the benefits of having a divorce coach, especially in child custody cases.