How you actually cook your food equally matters in terms of maintaining good health. Some cooking methods are better, while other cooking methods may change the chemical make-up of foods and leave you potentially predisposed to disease.
Modern working environments are full of deliverables and deadlines, and many people struggle to fit it all into a typical eight-hour working day. Working smart doesn’t always get you an hour or so to spare. If you aren’t too careful, you may find yourself slipping down the path of workaholics. That means a struggle to fit in gym time, quiet relaxation moments, or even time for an unhurried healthy meal. You’d be losing in matters of health if all you did is work, work, and more work. You can let everything else slip, but you must dedicate time for health in any typical working day.
Continuous surveillance is not just valuable in entertainment, it is ubiquitous in the security industry. But less obvious adaptation of surveillance has always played a role in aviation safety. The so called black boxes are a mandatory requirement in commercial aircraft. They record all the flight performance data and cockpit conversations, which later become useful for investigations of aviation incidents and accidents. You can term it as a form of Big Brother, continuously recording events, albeit for safety reasons. And now, the healthcare industry is adapting continuous surveillance in attempts to reduce medical errors and improve overall healthcare safety.
Modern medical care, largely based on the science of disease, is what currently defines conventional healthcare. But non-conventional medical care has always had its place and includes complementary medicine, alternative medicine and integrative medicine. When non-mainstream healthcare is used together with conventional medicine, it's considered "complementary". And when a non-mainstream practice is used instead of conventional medicine, it's considered "alternative". Integrative care involves bringing complementary and alternative approaches together in a coordinated manner.