On Tuesday and Wednesday, Missoula County will host a two-day summit that will bring together over 40 community leaders and healthcare advocates to create an integrated Collaborative Care Plan for the county.
These days, over 60 percent of American adults are classified as overweight or obese. Since the majority of Americans are currently packing on extra pounds, does that make it okay to make negative remarks about a person’s weight?
Witnessing a temper tantrum oozing from the sticky mouth of a spoiled little whipper-snapper is not only a less than desirable experience, but it also carries enough nerve-bending weight to turn us adults into the Jimmy Hoffa of the local cherry red behind union.
Most of us are fully aware that obesity causes all sorts of health problems including diabetes and high blood pressure, but now shocking new research shows that being overweight can actually lead to insanity.
Multitasking may often mean that we sometimes do too many things just “okay,” as opposed to a few things “very well.” But studies show that doing a lot at once makes us feel good, hence why we engage in such behavior.
At some point or another, most of us have caught ourselves speaking out loud to, well, no one. But although you may think talking to yourself makes you look crazy, scientists say it could actually have some real benefits.