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Podcast: Is telehealth effective? | Psych Central

Telehealth has been here for decades, but it has started booming ever since the global pandemic and social distancing protocols take into effect. Dr. Frank Chen, a psychiatrist, shares his experiences with patients on how effective telehealth in this podcast with PsychCentral. His patients say that they prefer telehealth now rather than wanting to come into the office because of ... Read More »

Ask Stew: The choice of stroke for the Navy swim test | Military.com

Navy PST requires only specific kinds of strokes during the test which includes the elementary sidestroke, the breaststroke, and a modified sidestroke called combat swimmer stroke (CSS). The reason why freestyle stroke is not the first choice is that the mentioned underwater recovery strokes are more efficient and low-profile when done properly. Though, the Navy does allow swimming in freestyle ... Read More »

Make mindfulness a habit | Harvard Business Review

A lot has been said about the importance of mindfulness and how to practice it in our daily routine, yet the hustle and bustle of life seem to take over. Making mindfulness a habit takes time and constant practice. One is to join communities with the same interest as it builds accountability with each other You must commit to a non-negotiable time where ... Read More »

The Army is hunting for a new all-electric light recon vehicle | Task & Purpose

The US Army is in search of a fully electric or hybrid-electric tactical vehicle as part of its growing fleet of next-generation ground combat vehicles. The electric Light Reconnaissance Vehicle (eLRV) program is also in consideration of the service-wide push to transition from gas-powered vehicles to electric platforms for both tactical and logistical reasons. The ideal vehicle will be transportable via ... Read More »

Australian Defence Force chief Angus Campbell says mandatory helmet cameras for special forces a ‘good idea’ | ABC News

After the report detailing evidence that at least 39 Afghan civilians and soldiers were murdered by SAS troops, Australian Defense Force chief Angus Campbell has stated that the soldiers should be required to wear helmet cameras. New South Wales Justice Paul Brereton, who made the report, also mentioned that mandatory cameras could act as a strong deterrent for dangerous behavior ... Read More »

2020: The opportunity of a lifetime | Leading Blog

The year 2020 is not how we expect it to be. Our plans were put on a hold, but this shouldn’t stop us from growing and adapting to the opportunity in front of us. Most companies shifted to a work-from-home setup and this has changed the work culture since. This year is a great chance to reset and cultivate a ... Read More »

Working with what we have | Forbes

For many start-up businesses working their way up to survive the turmoil brought about by the pandemic, we tend to wish that we have so many financial resources to solve much of our problems. But there is danger in relying too much upon money and not enough upon our creativity and ingenuity. The coronavirus pandemic taught us in working with ... Read More »