Hannah Noel is the Marketing Specialist at GiftCard Partners and writes, designs and curates content to be shared on the blog and on social media. When she's not writing, you can find her sightseeing cities across the country.
We’re on the precipice of what is being called a “twindemic,” the possibility that we’ll be managing both the spread of influenza and a new wave of SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19. Such a scenario has the potential to put patients at higher risk for infection, as well as put hospitals at risk for becoming overwhelmed.
Nutrition and health are closely related. According to the Office for Disease Prevention and Health Promotion, a poor diet is noted as a major contributing factor for a number of chronic diseases, including cardiovascular disease, cancer, and diabetes.
The cash vs. gift card debate in the reward and incentive world has a common misconception that cash is more appealing, therefore more motivating, to someone receiving it. However, studies show that gift cards are not only more intrinsically appealing, but also more effective at creating positive associations and changing behavior.
For those in need, covering basic, everyday expenses can be a constant struggle. All nonprofit organizations and charities helping at-risk populations should place an emphasis on providing the essential items and services needed by those they assist.
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