Tag: health

What can multifamily operators do to help fight the flu?

Church services across the country make regular announcements encouraging those not feeling well to stay home, and not shake hands when greeting each other. Hundreds...

Weed and work

A growing number of states in the U.S.—and countries around the world—are legalizing or decriminalizing recreational and medical marijuana, forcing businesses to grapple with...

The link of health and place

How long you live is, in large part, predicated on where you live. Researchers at the University of Washington looked at records from every county...

We can heal nation through housing

As we have seen time and time again, individuals, families and children able to afford quality shelter live better, healthier lives. Unfortunately, it is well...

Age of Aquarius, 2.0: smart drugs in the workplace

This scenario may not be hypothetical for long. The unauthorized use of prescription drugs such as the ADHD medications Adderall and Ritalin and the...

HUD rallies smoking ban in public housing

In its proposed rule, the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) would require more than 3,100 public housing agencies to go smoke-free within...

The powerful effect of noticing good things at work

If someone were to tell you to focus only on the positive experiences in your day, you might be annoyed. People tend to associate...

The plight of smokers and the trend toward smoke-free

He took his habit to the streets, or rather to the front steps (still part of the property), wedging the door open if he...

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