We Are All Cognitive Misers With A Sugar Overload

By Connie Villasmil St. Hope Foundation The term “Cognitive Miser” was coined by Fiske and Taylor (1984) to refer to the general idea that individuals frequently rely on simple and time efficient strategies when evaluating information and making decisions. It is much easier to rationally and objectively evaluate new information if we already have preset […]

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Employee Of The Month: Rashaan Nowell

Since joining the BRO IV LIFE team nearly two years ago, Rashaan has steadily blossomed within the organization. As the program coordinator, Rashaan serves as a team leader on the prevention team and enjoys facilitating the Defend Yourself! (Dup!) intervention.

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Recognizing Symptoms Of Diabetes

Some people who are diagnosed with diabetes haven’t experienced any diabetes symptoms — their diabetes was diagnosed from the results of a simple blood test. Many people, however, may notice one or more diabetes warning signs.

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