Health and Wellness, Elevated: Preferred Health Magazine Leads Online Conversation On Living A Better, Mindful Life

NEW YORK, Oct. 5, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — When it comes to informative, accurate, and entertaining pieces on health and wellness, there’s one publication that has managed to establish its name as a leading authority in the field, and that is none other than Preferred Health Magazine.

Preferred Health Magazine (PHM) is a staple at waiting areas in practices across the US and Canada. Preferred Health Magazine has also drawn the attention of those outside the medical sphere that have a keen interest in healthy living, and have sought its articles and features as a means to keep abreast with the latest developments in the industry.

Covering trending news stories and politics affecting the healthcare sector; how to and where to go articles, as well as holistic approaches, PHM further profiles some of the most sought-after physicians in the country. 

Preferred Health Magazine is also known for its exclusive

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Preferred Health Magazine Leads Online Conversation On Living A Better, Mindful Life

Preferred Health Magazine (PHM) is a staple at waiting areas in practices across the US and Canada. Preferred Health Magazine has also drawn the attention of those outside the medical sphere that have a keen interest in healthy living, and have sought its articles and features as a means to keep abreast with the latest developments in the industry.

Covering trending news stories and politics affecting the healthcare sector; how to and where to go articles, as well as holistic approaches, PHM further profiles some of the most sought-after physicians in the country. 

Preferred Health Magazine is also known for its exclusive celebrity features discussing health-and wellness-related matters. Celebrity covers have included, among others, America’s favorite Nanny, Fran Drescher; funnyman Jamie Kennedy, and, on its March 2020 issue, the world-renowned spiritual teacher and Metahuman, Dr. Deepak Chopra. Their Fall edition out this week, features both legendary

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Health and Wellness, Elevated: Preferred Health Magazine Leads Online Conversation On Living A Better, Mindful Life | News

NEW YORK, Oct. 5, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — When it comes to informative, accurate, and entertaining pieces on health and wellness, there’s one publication that has managed to establish its name as a leading authority in the field, and that is none other than Preferred Health Magazine.

Preferred Health Magazine (PHM) is a staple at waiting areas in practices across the US and Canada. Preferred Health Magazine has also drawn the attention of those outside the medical sphere that have a keen interest in healthy living, and have sought its articles and features as a means to keep abreast with the latest developments in the industry.

Covering trending news stories and politics affecting the healthcare sector; how to and where to go articles, as well as holistic approaches, PHM further profiles some of the most sought-after physicians in the country. 

Preferred Health Magazine is also known for its exclusive

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Normal Conversation Spreads Virus-Laden Droplets Beyond 6 Feet | Health News

By Robert Preidt, HealthDay Reporter

(HealthDay)

FRIDAY, Oct. 2, 2020 (HealthDay News) — Ordinary conversation releases airborne droplets that can spread widely through indoor spaces, a finding with big implications for transmission of the new coronavirus, researchers say.

Their experiments showed that everyday talk can expel droplets farther than the typical “social distancing” limit of 6 feet.

“People should recognize that they have an effect around them,” said Howard Stone, a professor of mechanical and aerospace engineering at Princeton University in New Jersey. “It’s not just around your head, it is at the scale of meters.” One meter equals just over 3 feet.

How COVID-19 spreads is not fully understood, but it’s believed that people without symptoms could infect others through tiny droplets created when they speak, sing or laugh.

“Lots of people have written about coughs and sneezes and the kinds of things you worry about with the flu,”

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Tejas Gambhir: Fighting the stigma associated with mental health issues needs more conversation than what is presently offered | Hindi Movie News

For singer and song creator Tejas Gambhir, it was his desire to give India its anti-suicide anthem that drove him to create the recently released Jaana Zaroori Tha Kya. The song, brought out by Miket Kanakia’s independent label, aims to speak to those suffering from mental health issues and tell them that they are not alone.

Tejas elaborated, “The hook line of the song, Jaana Zaroori Tha Kya, is the only thought I had in mind when I started writing this composition. This is what awoke a drive in me to make a song that will portray an intense story about pain, happiness, anger, heartache and self-love. Understanding depression and fighting the stigma associated with mental health issues needs more conversation than what is presently offered. I’m grateful that I got a chance to do my bit for society. Depression is a subject that crops up in music of all

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