Educational communities must prioritize health and wellness, recognizing that the welfare of each student impacts the collective well-being.
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The 2022-2023 school year was brutal for many students and school communities. After consecutive pandemic years, social disruption, economic and ecological upheaval, and the anticipated angst of adolescence coalesced to create historically bad mental health outcomes. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), more than half of high school students report feeling “persistently sad or hopeless.”
This has far-reaching and incredibly devastating consequences.
Research consistently indicates that a student’s mental and emotional wellness directly impacts their academic achievements, behavior, and social interactions. A student battling anxiety, depression, or chronic stress is more likely to face academic challenges, have attendance issues, and might even engage in risky or disruptive behaviors. In other words, student mental health and school safety are inextricably linked, and the new school year presents an opportunity to address both with solutions that maximize impact and promote holistic student wellness.
Here are three ways schools can achieve that as they begin this new school year.1. Anticipate Changes
New years don’t always bring fresh starts, and schools should anticipate that many of last year’s challenges will continue this year even as new problems inevitably emerge. That’s why school decision-makers, social workers, guidance departments, teachers, and other stakeholders should start the year with their eyes wide open, preparing resources ahead of time to ensure they can meet students’ evolving needs.
For example, since 2021, 70% of public schools report seeing more students seeking mental health support at school. However, the National Center for Education Statistics found that 56% of public schools “moderately or strongly agreed that they could effectively provide mental health services to all students in need.”
Specifically, many schools are struggling to hire enough social workers and guidance counselors. As PBS reported earlier this school year, “Many school mental health professionals have caseloads that far exceed recommended limits, according to experts and advocates, and students must wait for urgently needed help.”
In response, consider available solutions and prepare resources accordingly — whether advocating for increased budget resources to hire more school social workers or leveraging digital tools and services to help close the gap between supply and demand for mental health services in schools. Not only does this support student development, but investing in mental health services improves school safety and student academic performance, allowing schools to tackle many problems simultaneously.
As SchoolSafety.gov, a collaborative, interagency website created by the Federal government to provide schools and districts with actionable recommendations to create safe and supportive learning environments, explains, “By supporting students who are experiencing mental health challenges, schools can help foster a sense of safety and promote better academic and behavioral outcomes. Providing access to mental health services can reduce mental, emotional, and behavioral difficulties with students at risk.”2. Collaborate to Maximize Impact
To be sure, even with adequate staffing, school social workers alone can’t tackle the teen mental health crisis or ensure that schools remain safe places for kids to come and learn. Holistic wellness is everyone’s responsibility, and helping students succeed will require all stakeholders to collaborate effectively to maximize impact.
Simply put, for school social workers to truly make a difference, isolation isn’t an option. Collaborative case management tools enhance their network, augmenting their capability and broadening their influence.
When school communities collaborate, the impact can be enormous. Research by Rutgers University found that one community’s initiative that “pools social-service providers together in an effort to offer improved support” created more stable social support and financial stability throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.
When coupled with a one-front-door intake policy, which allows students to share their stories while gaining access to various services that can address many challenges, schools can help students account for many factors that can contribute to safe schools and holistic student safety in any circumstance.
For example, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development found that one-third of people experiencing housing insecurity also experience mental health or substance abuse challenges.3. Empower People to Take Action
The new school year offers a once-a-year opportunity to teach and train personnel to identify at-risk students and implement solutions that work.
To achieve this, schools can tap into digital tools to educate their staff and students about mental health issues and potential remedies. By using a variety of online platforms, applications, and multimedia, they can foster knowledge and awareness. E-learning segments, online seminars, and virtual workshops can deepen insights into mental health, allowing educators to spot early signs and implement effective response measures.
Moreover, by utilizing social media campaigns and digital narratives, schools can amplify awareness of mental health issues, normalize related discussions, and promote proactive help-seeking.New School Years Bring New Opportunities to Make An Impact
The challenges of the previous school years have underscored the inextricable link between student mental wellness and the overall safety and efficacy of the educational environment. While the problems are complex, solutions are within reach when stakeholders act proactively, collaborate effectively, and harness the power of modern tools.
As we step into the 2023-2024 school year, it is imperative that educational communities prioritize health and wellness, recognizing that the welfare of each student impacts the collective well-being.
By integrating robust mental health initiatives, leveraging digital tools, and fostering widespread collaboration, schools can provide an environment where every student not only feels safe but thrives academically and emotionally.
Gary Pettengell is CEO of ECINS (Empowering Communities through Integrated Network Systems), the global provider of a uniquely collaborative, cloud-based student support and case management system dedicated to helping schools more efficiently and effectively implement and execute mental health support for students.
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Why Nurse Practitioners are a Solution to Rural Healthcare Challenges
Editor’s note: This article appeared in the July-September 2023 edition of HealthLeaders magazine.
With more than 100 million Americans lacking access to primary care, employing more nurse practitioners (NPs) and allowing them to practice at the top of their license is critical to making healthcare more accessible in rural areas, NP leaders say.
NPs could ease “care deserts” created by physician shortages and rural hospital closings. Nearly 80% of rural U.S. counties are medical deserts, according to the NRHA. About 35% of all U.S. counties are “total maternity deserts”—no access to prenatal or delivery services—and another 54% are considered partial deserts, which equates to 7 million women without access to maternity care, according to the March of Dimes.
“There are many people who don’t see a doctor or get healthcare on a regular basis, and when they are really sick, they go to the emergency room for their care,” says April Kapu, DNP, APRN, ACNP-BC, FAANP, FCCM, FAAN, immediate past president of the American Association of Nurse Practitioners (AANP).
“It is definitely a need in rural health that we get providers out in every community,” Kapu says.Growing in number
The demand for NPs is growing and their role is expanding, thanks in part to an aging U.S. population, increasing infectious diseases, rising chronic diseases, and fewer physicians, the AANP says.
The percentage of rural physicians has declined—12.8% from 2008 to 2016. But the percentage of NPs increased 17.6% during that same time period, according to a 2020 study.
“We’re growing at a rate of about 9% a year,” Kapu says. “We are up to more than 355,000 nurse practitioners across the U.S. today, and we are estimated to grow by 46% by the year 2031.”
Nearly 90% of NPs are certified in an area of primary care and 70.3% of all NPs deliver primary care, according to the AANP, with 83.2% of full-time NPs seeing Medicare patients and 82% seeing Medicaid patients. Additionally, nearly half of all rural primary care practices have at least one NP, according to the NRHA.A well-rounded approach to healthcare
NPs’ holistic, wellness-centered approach to primary healthcare—health promotion, prevention, and chronic disease management—is particularly beneficial to rural patients who must travel long distances when illness requires acute care.
“One really valuable thing they bring to rural health is the approach to healthcare, which differs a bit from the medical model,” says Michele Reisinger, DNP, APRN, FNPC, a working NP and assistant professor of doctoral nursing at Washburn University in Topeka, Kansas. “Nurse practitioners are trained to look comprehensively at the individual.”
NPs are well positioned for primary care roles because of their education and training, says Reisinger, who has helped obtain an advanced educational nursing workforce grant centered on educating nurse practitioners for rural practice.
“When we train them as nurse practitioners, we train them to manage chronic disease states; we train them to be experts in promoting health and wellness [as opposed] to an urban setting where they may work only in urgent care … or have a very targeted education in cardiology or neurology,” Reisinger says.
Instead, rural nurses treat the spectrum of pregnant women, infants, children, adults, and geriatric patients, along with entire families, she says.
“Nurse practitioners in rural areas wear many hats,” she says. “They may be seeing primary care patients; they may be tasked with extended care rounds in nursing home facilities, which requires extensive geriatric management; or they may be in a setting that requires knowledge of trauma. So, we try to prepare them in a way that is global in that manner.”
Working closely with patients allows NPs to create collaborative prevention plans to help patients make lifestyle changes and health choices that can stave off chronic disease and keep them out of the emergency department, Kapu says.
“We know that timely access to care, particularly preventative care, is crucial to the early detection of health issues,” Kapu says. “It has a huge impact on the mitigation of healthcare cost, and so important to health and well-being overall, and whenever that care is delayed, we know that individuals face a greater risk for complications for not following up on chronic diseases.”
Such preventive care makes a difference to rural patients, Kapu says. “Many large-scale reliable studies have shown that we have a tremendous impact on the reduction of unnecessary emergency department visits,” she says.Breaking down barriers
Despite the advantages that NPs can bring to rural, underserved areas, barriers continue to limit them from working at the top of their license, Kapu says.
For example, even though more than half of U.S. states have granted NPs full practice authority (FPA)—which allows them to evaluate and diagnose patients, order and interpret diagnostic tests, and initiate and manage treatments under the exclusive licensure authority of the state board of nursing—nearly as many states make it illegal for NPs to practice their profession without a collaborative agreement with a physician.
The American Medical Association (AMA) and other physician groups accuse FPA of “scope creep” and charge that nonphysicians practicing medicine is a threat to patient safety. At its annual meeting in June, the AMA passed a policy amendment calling for advanced practice RNs (APRN) to be licensed and regulated jointly by the state medical and nursing boards. Nursing groups denounced the policy amendment.
States that have embraced FPA have increased their nursing workforce and helped ease care deserts, Kapu says. When Arizona enacted FPA in 2001, the NP workforce doubled across that state within five years and grew by 70% in rural areas, and North Dakota’s adoption in 2011 saw its nursing workforce grow by 83% within six years, she says.
Some barriers are being reconsidered. The Improving Care and Access to Nurses Act (ICAN) was reintroduced in the U.S. Senate in April and would allow NPs, physician assistants, and other APRNs to provide particular services under Medicare and Medicaid. ICAN would, among other things, authorize NPs to order and supervise cardiac and pulmonary rehabilitation, certify when patients with diabetes need therapeutic shoes, and certify and recertify a patient’s terminal illness for hospice eligibility.
“These are substantial barriers that, if they were removed,” Kapu says, “we will be able to provide much-needed, timely care, and [for] our elderly and Medicare beneficiaries who live in these rural communities.”
Carol Davis is the Nursing Editor at HealthLeaders, an HCPro brand.
Health and Wellness Market to Hit Around USD 8,940 Billion By 2032
Ottawa, Sept. 01, 2023 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The global health and wellness market revenue is projected to reach around USD 7,260 billion by 2028, a study published by Towards Healthcare a sister firm of Precedence Research. Asia Pacific led the global market with the highest market share of 30.95% in 2022 and is expected to achieve a 31.26% revenue share by 2032, expanding at a CAGR of 5.0% between 2023 and 2032.
As Consumer Interest and Purchasing Power Continue to increase, the Healthcare and Wellness Market Widens Growth Opportunities
The health and wellness market is a broad industry that encompasses a range of products and services aimed at promoting physical, mental, and emotional well-being. This includes fitness and nutrition products, personal care and beauty items, natural and alternative medicine, spa and relaxation services, and more. One of the key driving factors for the health and wellness market is the growing interest in preventative healthcare, as people seek ways to maintain good health and avoid illness. The rise of chronic diseases, such as diabetes, heart disease, and obesity, has also led to increased awareness about the importance of healthy lifestyle choices.
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In addition, the aging population and the growing interest in healthy aging have driven demand for products and services that address age-related concerns and promote healthy aging. The rise of technology, including wearables and other fitness-tracking devices, has also played a significant role in the growth of the health and wellness market, providing consumers with new ways to monitor and manage their health.
Asia Pacific Takes the Lead: Health & Wellness Market Set for Rapid Growth
The health and wellness market is set for rapid growth, with Asia Pacific leading the way. The increasing prevalence of chronic diseases, rising healthcare costs, and growing awareness of the importance of a healthy lifestyle are driving demand for health and wellness products and services.
Asia Pacific is expected to see the fastest growth in the health and wellness market, with countries like China and India experiencing particularly strong growth. This can be attributed to factors such as a rapidly growing middle class, increasing urbanization, and rising disposable incomes.
Asia Pacific was the highest contributor to this market, with a 30.95% revenue share in 2022, and is anticipated to reach 31.26% revenue share by 2032, registering a CAGR of 5.0% (2023-2032).
The rise of e-commerce platforms is also making health and wellness products more accessible to consumers, especially in regions with limited access to traditional brick-and-mortar stores. Furthermore, the COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated the adoption of e-commerce, as consumers increasingly turn to online channels for their shopping needs.
The growth of China’s cosmetics market is being driven by several factors, including an increase in demand for premium products and the rise of working women. In addition, the trend of purchasing personal care and cosmetic products online is contributing to the market’s expansion. According to the International Trade Administration, China’s retail sales of cosmetics reached $52.3 billion in 2020, making it the world’s second-largest market for beauty and personal care products after the United States. Thus, the health and wellness market is expected to continue to grow rapidly in the coming years, with Asia Pacific at the forefront of this growth.
On the other hand, the moderate growth in the global health and wellness market is mainly attributed to North America, where there has been an overall increase in health and wellness expenditure. According to the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, the spending on health care in the United States rose by 9.7% in 2020 to $4.1 trillion, equivalent to $12,530 per person.
The health and wellness market in Europe is also experiencing significant growth, driven by several factors such as increasing consumer awareness about the benefits of a healthy lifestyle, rising demand for natural and organic products, and an aging population seeking to maintain their health and prevent age-related diseases. In addition, the European Union has implemented several initiatives and regulations aimed at promoting a healthy lifestyle and preventing chronic diseases, which are expected to drive the growth of the health and wellness market in the region. Thus, the health and wellness market in Europe is expected to continue to grow in the coming years.
Timeless Beauty: The Overwhelming Influence of Personal Care and Aging on Health and Wellness
Personal care, beauty, and aging play a significant role in the health and wellness industry. As people age, their healthcare needs change, and they become more interested in products and services that promote healthy aging, including maintaining their appearance and self-care routines.
The beauty industry is an important segment of the health and wellness market, as it encompasses a wide range of products and services that promote physical appearance and mental well-being. The beauty market includes skincare, makeup, haircare, and fragrance products, among others. Consumers are increasingly seeking products that not only make them look good but also provide health benefits. For example, skincare products that contain natural ingredients, vitamins, and antioxidants are becoming increasingly popular as people seek to improve the health and appearance of their skin. Additionally, the beauty industry is responding to the growing demand for sustainable and eco-friendly products, with many brands incorporating eco-friendly practices into their production processes and packaging.
The personal care industry is particularly significant in this regard, with consumers seeking products that help them look and feel their best. This includes skincare, haircare, and cosmetics products that address specific concerns related to aging, such as wrinkles, fine lines, and age spots.
Furthermore, the aging population is driving demand for products and services that promote overall health and well-being, including exercise equipment, healthy food options, and supplements. The rise of alternative medicine, such as traditional Chinese medicine and Ayurveda, is also a response to this trend, as people seek natural and holistic approaches to healthcare.
As of 2022, the personal care, beauty, and anti-aging sectors were the highest contributor to this market, with a 21.51% revenue share, and is anticipated to exhibit a 22.37% revenue share by 2032, registering a CAGR of 5.9% (2023 to 2032). While the nutrition & weight loss services segment is projected to witness the fastest growth with a CAGR of 6.2% (2023-2032).
Furthermore, healthcare costs are rising globally, making it more important than ever for individuals to take responsibility for their own health and well-being. This includes seeking out products and services that promote healthy living, such as fitness classes, healthy food options, and natural supplements.
Moreover, the growing interest in preventive healthcare is also driving growth in the health and wellness market, as people seek to prevent disease before it occurs. This includes regular check-ups, health screenings, and lifestyle changes to reduce the risk of chronic diseases.
Thus, personal care and aging are two major factors influencing the health and wellness industry, with consumers seeking products and services that help them look and feel their best as they age. As the global population continues to age, this trend is expected to continue driving growth in the health and wellness market.
The Rise of High-Performance Skincare Ingredients and Anti-Aging Tools
The beauty industry is constantly evolving, and one of the current trends is the rise of high-performance skincare ingredients and anti-aging tools. Consumers are increasingly seeking products that not only offer immediate results but also long-term benefits for their skin.
In today’s market, consumers seek skincare products that provide visible and long-lasting effects. The efficacy and quantity of ingredients used in a product elevate its cosmetics status. Cosmeceuticals are cosmetics that contain bioactive compounds marketed for their medical benefits. This term combines “cosmetics” with “pharmaceuticals.” Cosmeceuticals include an essential skincare product that contains a physiologically active ingredient with a medicinal effect on the skin. By influencing the skin’s structure and function, high-performance extracts and ingredients can enhance the skin’s appearance.
Some of the most popular high-performance skincare ingredients include retinoids, vitamin C, hyaluronic acid, and peptides. These ingredients have been shown to improve skin texture, reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, and even out skin tone. They are often included in serums, creams, and masks that target specific skin concerns.
In addition to ingredients, anti-aging tools have become increasingly popular in the beauty industry. These include facial rollers, LED light therapy devices, and microcurrent devices. These tools are designed to stimulate collagen production, reduce inflammation, and promote cell turnover, resulting in a brighter, more youthful-looking complexion.
Thus, the rise of high-performance skincare ingredients and anti-aging tools reflects the growing demand for products that not only improve the appearance of the skin but also provide long-term benefits. As the beauty industry continues to innovate, it is likely that we will see even more advanced skincare ingredients and tools in the future.
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From Sweat to Success: The Rise of Fitness as a Lucrative Industry
The fitness industry has experienced rapid growth in recent years, becoming a highly lucrative market. This growth can be attributed to several factors, including an increased focus on health and wellness, the rise of social media and influencer marketing, and the popularity of high-intensity workouts and boutique fitness studios. Consumers are becoming more health-conscious and are prioritizing fitness as a way to maintain overall well-being. This trend is reflected in the increasing number of gym memberships and fitness class enrolments, as well as the popularity of wearable fitness technology.
In addition, social media and influencer marketing have also played a significant role in the growth of the fitness industry. Influencers and fitness celebrities promote a certain lifestyle and aesthetic, which often includes a focus on fitness and health. This has led to the rise of fitness communities and increased demand for fitness-related products and services. The popularity of high-intensity workouts and boutique fitness studios has driven innovation in the industry, with the introduction of new classes and equipment. The rise of virtual fitness classes and at-home workout programs has also made fitness more accessible and convenient for consumers.
Furthermore, wearable technology is one of the major driving forces behind the growth of the health and wellness market, particularly in the fitness sector. Wearables, such as fitness trackers and smartwatches, provide users with real-time feedback on their physical activity, heart rate, and sleep patterns, among other things. This data can help users set and achieve fitness goals, track progress, and make adjustments to their workout routines. The rise of wearable technology has also led to the development of more advanced fitness and health apps, which can be accessed through these devices. These apps provide users with personalized workout plans, nutrition advice, and even mental health support.
Moreover, wearables have made fitness more accessible to a wider audience, including those who may not have been interested in traditional gym-based workouts. With the ability to track progress and receive feedback in real time, wearables can motivate users to be more active and adopt healthier lifestyles. Thus, the fitness industry is set to continue its rapid growth as consumers prioritize health and wellness and seek out new ways to stay active and engaged in their fitness journey.
Relaxation Renaissance: The Growing Demand for Thermal and Mineral Springs and Spas
As people become increasingly aware of the importance of self-care and relaxation for their overall health and well-being, the demand for thermal and mineral springs and spas is on the rise. Thermal and mineral springs are natural sources of mineral-rich water that have been used for therapeutic purposes for centuries, while spas offer a range of services, including massages, facials, and other treatments designed to promote relaxation and rejuvenation.
In recent years, the popularity of these types of experiences has grown significantly, with more people seeking out spas and thermal and mineral springs as a way to de-stress and improve their physical and mental health. This trend is driven in part by the growing awareness of the negative effects of stress on health, as well as the increasing interest in alternative and holistic approaches to healthcare.
Furthermore, the rise of wellness tourism has contributed to the growth of the thermal and mineral springs and spa industry. Many travelers now seek out destinations that offer relaxation and wellness experiences, including thermal and mineral springs and spas. This trend is expected to continue as more people prioritize self-care and seek out experiences that promote their overall well-being.
Hence, the growing demand for thermal and mineral springs and spas is a reflection of the increasing importance of relaxation and self-care in the health and wellness industry. As this trend continues, it is expected to drive growth in the market for these types of experiences.
The Chronic Disease Epidemic: A Growing Threat to Global Health, Creating Growth Opportunities
The chronic disease epidemic is a significant driver of the health and wellness market, as consumers increasingly seek products and services to prevent and manage chronic conditions. Chronic diseases, such as diabetes, heart disease, and cancer, are the leading cause of death worldwide and are associated with a range of risk factors, including poor diet, physical inactivity, and stress.
Regular physical activity can have numerous benefits for our overall health, physical fitness, and quality of life. It can lower the risk of developing chronic illnesses such as type 2 diabetes, cardiovascular disease, several cancers, stress, anxiety, and Alzheimer’s. Aerobic exercise can help with weight loss and improve heart and endurance. High-intensity cardiovascular exercise is generally safe and effective for most people, and it can be a quicker way to achieve fitness goals. This type of exercise involves alternating between intensive and less intense exercise for short periods of time.
As a result, consumers are becoming more focused on prevention and management strategies, such as healthy eating, exercise, stress reduction, and alternative medicine. The rise of wellness tourism, which focuses on traveling for health and wellness purposes, is also a response to this trend, with consumers seeking destinations that offer spa treatments, healthy food options, and fitness activities.
Furthermore, the aging population is driving demand for products and services that address age-related health concerns, such as joint pain, cognitive decline, and vision loss. This includes supplements, functional foods, and medical devices designed to manage chronic conditions and promote healthy aging.
Thus, the chronic disease epidemic is a significant driver of the health and wellness market, as consumers seek to prevent and manage chronic conditions and maintain their overall health and well-being.
The Cost Barrier: Limiting Access to Health and Wellness
One of the foremost restraints in the health and wellness market is the cost barrier, which limits access to products and services for many consumers. Healthy food options, supplements, and fitness classes can often be expensive, making it difficult for lower-income individuals to prioritize their health and well-being.
Additionally, healthcare costs in general can be a significant burden for individuals and families, with the high cost of medical procedures and medications preventing many people from seeking necessary care. This can lead to a lack of preventative care, resulting in more serious health issues down the line.
Furthermore, there is a lack of access to health and wellness resources in certain areas, particularly in rural and low-income communities. This can make it difficult for individuals in these areas to access healthy food options, fitness facilities, and healthcare services.
Thus, the cost barrier is a major restraint in the health and wellness market, limiting access to important resources for many individuals and creating disparities in healthcare outcomes. Addressing this issue will require efforts to increase the affordability and accessibility of health and wellness products and services, particularly in underserved communities.
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Fit Tech: The Future of Health and Wellness is Electronic
Fit tech or fitness technology, is becoming an increasingly important aspect of the health and wellness industry. Fit tech refers to the use of technology, such as wearable devices, mobile apps, and other digital tools, to track and improve one’s health and fitness.
Wearable devices, such as fitness trackers and smartwatches, are among the most popular fit tech products. They enable users to track their physical activity, monitor their heart rate, and even track their sleep patterns. This data can then be used to set goals and track progress over time, providing users with valuable insights into their overall health and well-being.
Mobile apps are also a key part of the fit tech landscape, offering users access to a wide range of health and wellness tools, from diet and nutrition trackers to workout planners and meditation guides. These apps can be used on the go, making it easier than ever for people to stay on top of their health and wellness goals.
The rise of fit tech is being driven by a number of factors, including the growing awareness of the importance of physical activity and healthy lifestyle habits, as well as advances in technology that are making these tools more accessible and user-friendly. Hence, fit tech is poised to play an increasingly important role in the health and wellness industry and growing popularity among customers in the years to come, helping people to live healthier, more active lives.
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By ApplicationHealth and WellnessWeight Loss
By Ingredient TypeAntioxidantsMineralsAmino acidsProbioticsPrebioticsVitaminsSuper-Fruit extractsBotanical Flavors
By End User AthletesFitness Lifestyle UsersOthers
By Distribution ChannelSupermarket and HypermarketSpecialty StoresE-CommerceOthers
By GeographyNorth AmericaEuropeAsia-PacificLatin AmericaMiddle East & Africa (MEA)
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