This comprehensive survey of over 5,000 hospitals in the United States provides in-depth information about the types of complementary and alternative (CAM) programs and services being offered by hospitals. Information about program costs, revenue, staffing, reimbursement, and other business strategies related to integrating complementary and alternative therapies into the hospital are explored. (Reprinted with permission.)
Monthly Archives: May 2012
Is it normal to forget things from time to time, or to get a bit more forgetful as we age? Yes! But how much forgetfulness is too much? How can you tell if your memory lapses are normal—or a sign of something more serious? What can you do to preserve or boost your memory?
No matter what your age, it is never too late to take steps to prevent memory loss or improve your memory. Healthy people can experience memory distortion or loss at any age, and some of these lapses become more pronounced with age.… Read more »
Have you ever thought about the “content” you consume every day? What is your “mind diet”? Most of us go through the day without thinking about what we watch, download, tape, or read. We consume content mindlessly and in ever-increasing quantities. But, just as “you are what you eat,” you’re also what you read and watch. If you take in the same old stuff, don’t be surprised if you feel overloaded and underwhelmed, with no enthusiasm or creativity.
Creativity is a muscle that needs to be exercised every day.… Read more »