If you have a solid background in healthcare like I do, you’ll greatly and deeply appreciate and admire the human brain.
It’s such a wonder and beauty to behold.
You love it more when you see what it can do and how it does what it does.
You’ll also be scared to your bones when you see it get hurt and how that affects every other organ in the human body.
World brain day is coming in a few days, and we’ve got a lot to share with our readers about the brain.
This year’s theme is also worthy of note: Brain Health and Disability: Leave No One Behind.
We’ll share plenty of research, reports, health tips, expert opinion, events, and more about brain health and disability.
From a young age, I’ve always been fascinated by the human brain and nervous system.
While in school, I approached studying topics and subjects about the brain and nervous system with utmost desire and interest.
I think more people need to know more about their brains, what it does, how it does what it does and how to take care of it.
You don’t want to miss what we’ll be sharing with you come July 22.
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What about Threads?
Uhmm, we aren’t yet on Threads, but our digital health hub, Carecode, is. You can find them there.
The next edition of Care City Weekly will be out soon. We’ve got a lot to share with you. I mean a lot of exciting info.
Catch you soon.
And oh, before I leave you. We want to get a writer to join our team of writers to cover healthcare and well-being.
The writer should preferably have a healthcare background (nursing, medicine, physiology, anatomy, or medical laboratory science).
If you know someone, or you are that someone, kindly send us a message at firstname.lastname@example.org.
I’ll be glad to meet you or them.
We’ve been doing a lot of work in the background lately. We are trying to put things in order around here: Expanding our team of writers and creators, buffing up our revenue (geeee, we need this so badly), and a bit of re-branding, re-designing and all the stuff people who operate online publications do to scale.
Catch you soon.
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