Forty-eight million Americans have hearing loss, making it one of the most common chronic health conditions. One in four people will have hearing loss by 2050, according to the World Health Organization. Yet most will let hearing difficulties lag for years if not decades, unaware of the serious toll this inaction can take on their overall health, physical safety, and quality of life.
Cuarenta y ocho millones de estadounidenses sufren pérdida auditiva, o sordera, siendo una de las condiciones de salud crónicas más comunes. Una de cada cuatro personas perderá la audición para el 2050, según la Organización Mundial de la Salud. Y, así y todo, la mayoría vivirá años, sino décadas, con dificultades para oír, sin darse cuenta de que la falta de tratamiento les afectará a su salud en general, su seguridad física y su calidad de vida.
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La Universidad Johns Hopkins se ha asociado con el pelotero de las Grandes Ligas del Baseball Didi Gregorius para difundir un mensaje de esperanza para que quienes hayan sido infectados o expuestos al COVID-19 no se sientan avergonzados o culpables, sino que participen en ensayos clínicos y estudios para buscar soluciones.
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Junior Achievement (JA) is launching a new awareness campaign aimed at connecting volunteers from the community with young people as mentors and role models. The campaign, titled “Inspiring Tomorrows™, will highlight the transformative impact a caring adult can have on a young person, not only by providing support, but by inspiring and preparing young people with essential life skills.
Getting children vaccinated with all CDC-recommended doses at the scheduled time is important to help protect them from serious illnesses. To increase awareness in Pittsburgh for this important issue, the Urban League of Greater Pittsburgh and Pfizer has partnered together to launch a new public service announcement campaign. The :30 PSA features Father Paul Abernathy, CEO of the Neighborhood Resilience Project urging Pittsburgh residents to get their children vaccinated.
The first years of your baby’s life are some of the most important in terms of development and growth. During this time, your baby is vulnerable to potentially serious infections, such as measles, whooping cough, and invasive pneumococcal disease. According to the US Department of Health and Human Services, most childhood vaccines produce immunity 90-100% of the time.
The National Business Group on Health, a 501c3 organization comprised of human resources and benefits thought leaders from some of the most progressive companies around the world, and Unum, the nation’s largest employee benefits company, have joined forces to produce a public service announcement to urge workers to reach out to their employers for assistance and to better understand their benefits.