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Close to the heart: Women-led NFT project PUL3E to launch charitable mission to raise funds for Heart Failure

Dr. Jessie Voigts's picture

PUL3E is an NFT (Non-Fungible Token) project founded by Emilie and her partner Andrew, creating unique digital art on the Ethereum blockchain. PUL3E have pledged to donate 5-10% of all proceeds raised from selling their NFT art to Heart Failure charities. Their 3D animated artwork is based on a 3D model of the human heart and true-to-life ECG patterns, showcasing a range of heart conditions and abnormalities.

Sleep Deprivation in College Students: How to Cope?

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Sleep deprivation is a prevalent condition amongst college students. Around 70% to 96% of students get less than 7-hours of sleep every night. That is about two hours less than the recommended sleep guidelines!

Sleep Deprivation in College Students: How to Cope?

Bucket List This: 5 Ways to Celebrate Life by Traveling

Dr. Jessie Voigts's picture

Travel is amazing for a plethora of reasons: to learn about others, to increase your intercultural awareness, to eat great food, and to experience new ways of being in the world, to name a few. People make bucket lists to achieve milestones in travel – and ways to plan their goals. But when you’ve been sick, or have been in poor health, travel can seem like the furthest thing from your mind. 

Bucket List This: 5 Ways to Celebrate Life by Traveling

Here's what you need to know for the healthiest travel possible

Dr. Jessie Voigts's picture

Whether you’re traveling to the next state over or heading across the world, one of the most important things you should prepare for is your health. I’m not only thinking of insurance, which is essential, but all of the other things you can do to start, stay, and arrive home safely and in good health.

Top Health Travel Apps

by Lexa Pennington / Oct 20, 2012 /
Lexa Pennington's picture

Keeping healthy on the road is critical to travel success. We all know to wash our hands, drink bottled water, and make sure to eat right. But how else can we harness technology (i.e., travel apps) to help us stay healthy while we’re traveling?