PALO ALTO, Calif., Oct. 14, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Brightline, the first family-focused behavioral health platform for children and families, announces the launch of a new public health initiative to help parents learn about potential behavioral health impacts of Covid-19 on children’s behavioral health. The Covid-19 Behavioral Health Indicator (“COBI”) will launch online and be available for free, nationwide, on October 13 via www.hellobrightline.com/cobi.
COBI is a 30-question survey that helps parents inform themselves about how their family is doing in four key areas that may be linked to children’s wellness, including pre-existing medical and behavioral health conditions, direct effects of Covid-19, psychological stress, and family resilience. COBI is intended to equip parents with information to facilitate a conversation with a health care provider.
“As a mom of three young kids, these past months there have been so many times I have wondered if my kids are weathering
IRVINE, Calif., Oct. 13, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Netwrix, a cybersecurity vendor that makes data security easy, today announced healthcare market findings from its 2020 Cyber Threats Report. Netwrix conducted this online survey in June 2020 to understand how the pandemic and ensuing work-from-home initiatives changed the IT risk landscape.
Because healthcare organizations are on the front line of the battle to contain COVID-19, they had to revise their cybersecurity priorities more quickly than perhaps any other vertical market. Pre-pandemic, they were mostly concerned about employees accidently sharing sensitive data (88%) and rogue admins (80%); today they are worried about phishing (87%), admin mistakes (71%) and data theft by employees (71%).
As it turns out, their perceptions of risk are both founded and unfounded. They are correct to be concerned about phishing and IT staff errors, since those types of incidents were experienced by 37% and 39% of respondents, respectively,
Survey: Americans are Concerned About Their Physical Fitness and Mental Health – Yet Resolved to Take Charge of Their Self-Care
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Sports Nutrition Leader OPTIMUM NUTRITION® offering free expert training and advice to restart a healthy lifestyle routine through the brand’s BETTER THAN BEFORE program
DOWNERS GROVE, Ill., Sept. 29, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — The COVID-19 pandemic has Americans concerned about their physical and mental well-being. A new survey* reveals a majority of Americans are exercising less, with nearly half gaining weight and neglecting healthy eating as they deal with feelings of isolation and perceived barriers to maintaining their health and fitness. Yet, a majority are resolving to emerge stronger, with nearly nine in 10 Americans hoping to improve at least one aspect of their self-care. Global sports nutrition leader, OPTIMUM NUTRITION (“ON”), commissioned the survey and is aiming to help people be
US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Director Dr. Robert Redfield is concerned that White House Coronavirus Task Force member Dr. Scott Atlas is providing President Trump with misleading information about Covid-19, a federal official told CNN.
NBC News reported Monday that Redfield was overheard during a phone call in public on a commercial airline to say, “Everything he says is false.” NBC News, which heard the comment, said Redfield acknowledged after the flight from Atlanta to Washington, D.C., that he was speaking about Dr. Scott Atlas, a neuroradiologist
Americans are increasingly worried about access to health care, and the upcoming presidential election isn’t doing much to quell those concerns.
According to a new Yahoo Finance/Harris Poll of 1,028 respondents conducted on Sept. 18, 65% of Americans — nearly 2 out of 3 — are more concerned about having access to affordable health insurance since the onset of the coronavirus pandemic.
In the U.S., the coronavirus has killed over 200,000 people and counting, making the country the worldwide leader in the death toll. As a result of the high number of cases, many states implemented stay-at-home orders in March, which took a drastic toll on the economy. Nearly 7 million jobs were lost, and not all have since been recovered. With the loss of jobs came, in many cases, a loss of employer-sponsored health care. Although many workers