NEW YORK, May 25, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Newsblaze has featured health and wellness expert Helen Lee Schifter on promoting health and wellness during the Coronavirus outbreak and pandemic.
Helen Lee Schifter is a former arbitrage trader on Wall Street, as well as a former editor at Hearst and Conde Nast. Schifter has been published by Medium, Thrive Global and elsewhere sharing her insights about the helpful ways all Americans can work on enhancing their quality of life during this pandemic.
"Health and wellness is an incredibly important part of all of our lives. Unfortunately, it's also something that is consistently overlooked and even neglected. That has got to change."
Helen Lee Schifter's insights on health and wellness come from a unique standpoint given her breadth of experience as a student of the Japanese tea ceremony. As someone who had an extensive career working in the financial services industry on Wall Street, as well as in journalism, Schifter has a unique breadth of insight on the ways professionals should be working on enhancing their health and wellness.
"We were thrilled to have the opportunity to share Helen's insights on NewsBlaze and look forward to continuing to do so, in a variety of exciting ways that will undoubtedly appeal to our readers."
The featured story is part of the ongoing NewsBlaze Health and Personal Development project, with special stories by longtime NewsBlaze investigative writers Martha Rosenberg and John McCormick and releases from PRNewswire.
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