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Discussion question and reply 2 two peers 1

Nursing homework help

Search the internet for a recent news event (i.e., within the last six months) about scientific advances in supporting wellness. The event should come from a well-known news source, such as ABC, NBC, CBS, Fox, NPR, PBS, BBC, National Geographic, The New York Times, and so on. Post a link to the news story, and in your initial post, identify the following:

  • Summarize your news story and its contributions to the science or STEM fields.
  • If your news event is overtly related to wellness, how does this event contribute to wellness studies? If your news event does not directly relate to wellness, how could the science behind your event be applied to wellness studies?

In response to your peers, provide feedback about their news story and describe the value of the scientific lens for understanding wellness.

To complete this assignment, review the Discussion Rubric document.

Peer 1

Hello everyone

The world around us is constantly changing and evolving. More and more scientific advances are being made to better support wellness. There has been an “explosion of tech-driven gains and innovations that have the potential to reshape many aspects of health and medicine” (Benson, et al., 2018). One such innovation is the smartphone that can not only diagnose depression but can provide assistance through its apps (Pomeroy, 2019). By analyzing an individual’s behaviors through how people scroll, tap, and click, it is now possible to make a depression diagnosis (Pomeroy, 2019). This is extremely important, as over 300 million individuals suffer from depression, worldwide, and almost 800,000 commit suicide, annually (Pomeroy, 2019). Although the article I read was about the 7 most exciting breakthroughs, this one stood out to me the most, as I have battled depression for over 30 years. The stigma associated with mental health disorders keeps people from seeking treatment out of fear of judgment.

This innovation greatly contributes to wellness in a multitude of ways. In my experience, one has to jump through hoops in order to be seen by a therapist. This app could be set up to link to a therapist’s office, and they could see the urgency for certain patients to be seen faster. With the ability to render treatment via apps, this would help individuals that fear the stigma of mental health issues to get treatment without anyone knowing. To know that someone can get mental health assistance from an object most people keep in their hands 24/7, it gives me big hopes for the future of mental health around the world. Here is the link to the article, so you can see some of the latest inventions. Some are pretty cool. https://www.weforum.org/agenda/2019/05/healthcare-technology-precision-medicine-breakthroughs/


Benson, E., Hale, R., Chae, K. K., Dorfman, J., Cutler, C., Wang, C., … Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center. (2018, December 13). 12 innovations that will revolutionize the future of medicine. Retrieved from
https://www.nationalgeographic.com/magazine/2019/01/12-innovations-technology-revolutionize-future-medicine/#close.Pomeroy, R. (2019, May 8). These are 7 of the most exciting breakthroughs in healthcare today. Retrieved from https://www.weforum.org/agenda/2019/05/healthcare-technology-precision-medicine-breakthroughs/.

Peer 2

Hello all,

the article They Love Football. They Try Not to Think About C.T.E. which was posted in the NYTimes. It goes on to talk about how we watch football and try not to think about C.T.E. The human brain is hard-wired to manage conflicting thoughts and emotions. We as football fans don’t think about concussion until we see that hit happen live. the connection between football and science is that there is a lot of Research that has shown, and even the N.F.L. has acknowledged, a connection between concussions, repeated hits to the head and chronic traumatic encephalopathy, the brain disease known as C.T.E., whose symptoms include dementia and brain damage.

If your news event is overtly related to wellness, how does this event contribute to wellness studies? this event contributes to wellness in a few different ways, If you look back over history if we had the research back then to understand C.T.E we could have prevented this somewhat. this contributed to wellness because this article hits all the wellness dimensions. Physical Dimension because it has to do with health. Intellectual Dimension because in this article we talk about people knowledge of C.T.E. Emotional, Social, Spiritual I believe fall in the same group because of simply the title of the article “They Love Football. They Try Not to Think About C.T.E.”