Roshini Singh of 365 Wellness: 5 Things I Wish Someone Told Me Before I Became A Founder

Aspart of our interview series called “5 Things I Wish Someone Told Me Before I Became A Founder”, I had the pleasure of interviewing Roshini Singh.

A National Board-Certified Nurse Practitioner, Roshini Singh earned her Nurse Practitioner license with a focus in Family Medicine from the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners and earned her Master of Science degree in Nursing from Florida Atlantic University in Boca Raton and has been in the medical field for over a decade.

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Your Checklist For Every Doctor’s Appointment You Need to Make This Year

I’ll gladly prioritize an infrared sauna session, a lymphatic drainage massage, or a Pilates class, but when it comes to my annual doctors’ check-ups, I couldn’t tell you if I’m up to date if my life depended on it. And I know I’m not alone. Whether it’s time constraints, fear of bad news, cost concerns, or lack of trust in the medical system, nearly one-third of respondents in a 2015 study reported putting off seeking medical care, even individuals with major health problems or who were experiencing symptoms.

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365 Wellness Participates in National Prescription Drug Take Back Campaign

365 Wellness, a mobile Direct Primary Care (DPC) Practice, is proud to announce its participation in the National Prescription Drug Take Back campaign this month. This vital initiative, hosted by the US Drug Enforcement Administration, aims to combat prescription drug misuse by providing a safe and responsible means of disposing of unused or expired medications.

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Lifestyle Medicine for Every Lifestyle

Everybody is different and every body is different which is why a one size fits all approach to health and wellness rarely reaps the benefits people are looking for – be it weight loss, increased mobility or overall better health.

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How are Measles in Kids Still a Thing in 2024?

In an era when so much information is at our fingertips and medical advancements have been leaps and bounds, it’s almost surreal to find ourselves grappling with an outbreak of measles in kids right here in South Florida. As a local mom navigating the complexities of modern parenting, the recent surge in measles cases, particularly in our backyard, has been both alarming…and frankly, bewildering to me.

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How Much Do CPAP Machines Cost?

People who struggle with sleep-related breathing disorders, such as sleep apnea, may find relief when using a continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) machine

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Roshini Singh, ARNP on CBS 12 News 1/1/24

A segment discussing the new bill passed on 1/1/24

“The bill, known as the “Protect Our Loved Ones” Act, authorizes a local law enforcement agency to develop and maintain a database, known as a “Persons with Disabilities Registry,” of persons who may have certain developmental, psychological, or other disabilities or conditions, including but not limited to, autism spectrum disorder, Alzheimer’s disease or a related dementia disorder, and Down syndrome, that may be relevant to interactions with law enforcement.” (

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New Year, New You

A new year brings hope, promise of a brighter future and the chance to make a fresh start.

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