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DETROIT, Jan. 12, 2022 /PRNewswire/ -- Pocketnest, the female-founded financial wellness platform, today announces its latest institutional investor, Reseda Group, a wholly-owned Credit Union Service Organization of MSU Federal Credit Union, for its seed round co-led by The Impact Seat and ID Ventures.

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COMMERCE TOWNSHIP, Mich., Nov. 16, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- HoMedics, an established leader in wellness and home health innovations, today announced the launch of a one-of-a-kind sandscape table, drift. As a beacon for personal well-being, the brand is expanding its portfolio and bringing mindfulness to the forefront. Drift promotes calmness as it creates a variety of mesmerizing patterns within the sand while also serving as a modern decorative piece for the home.

Getting a yearly physical in the middle of the deadliest pandemic in a century may seem low on the priority list, but keeping up with personal health in small ways throughout the year may save some trouble down the road.

While many people across the nation responded to the arrival of COVID-19 by putting on “pandemic pounds” and feeling a sense of isolation and even depression, faculty and staff in the Manchester-Shortsville Central School District (Red Jacket) were meeting a challenge.

As the population health and well-being consultant for the Finger Lakes Area School Health Plan, Ken Foresti’s goal is to find ways to better the lives of his clients.

A positive, can-do attitude can figuratively move mountains. If your idea of a mountain is increasing physical activity, getting fit and maintaining a healthier lifestyle, there is a movement that’s gaining momentum at Gratiot-Isabella Regional Education Service District.

Six of every 10 Americans are living with at least one chronic condition, including diabetes and heart disease, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Chronic diseases can significantly impact one’s ability to lead a full life and are among the leading driver of health care costs.

For many people, it is a simple routine: wake up, go to work, come home. For the most part, these different aspects of our lives do not tend to cross. We keep our work life in the office or classroom and our personal lives at home with our families.