As the pandemic spread, many young people experienced anger, stress—even depression. But a Save the Children initiative supported by Johnson & Johnson is teaching them how to manage their difficult emotions.
At the height of the outbreak in New York City, Dr. Ed Kuffner took a leave of absence from his job to volunteer at a Brooklyn hospital hard hit by the pandemic. He shares what the experience taught him about his own strengths—and ideas for coping during this unprecedented time.
The Johnson & Johnson Human Performance Institute has been helping people find ways to better balance their lives for 27 years—and thanks to a new state-of-the-art facility in Florida, it’s poised to take that mission to the next level.
Fact: 60% of Americans live with at least one long-term health condition—and many of them face daily pain. We asked some of these very patients to share reality-tested ways they’ve learned to take control of their lives.
Johnson & Johnson is marching toward a lofty goal: help 100,000+ employees be at their personal best when it comes to their health and well-being by 2020. Here’s how it’s getting the job done.
A trek to the summit of Kili doesn’t just push your physical limits. Just ask Jack Groppel, who made the pilgrimage to the top with his son—and two artificial knees. He reflects on what everyone can take away from his experience as we get ready to ring in a new year.
Save the Children, a longtime partner of Johnson & Johnson, has created unique education programs in Lebanon to help displaced refugee children thrive. We traveled to the region to tell the stories of some of these amazingly resilient kids and their families as they rebuild their lives.
See how this coachable mental skill can help you better overcome setbacks in the workplace.