Self-Love 101

A new year means a chance for a fresh start and a better you. In order to be better, you must first love yourself. In honor of National Self Love Month here’s a beginner’s guide to self love. Declutter Your Mind, Body, And Soul A big part of learning to love yourself…

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The Most Depressing Day of the Year: Jan. 16, 2017

“Blue Monday” is called the “Most Depressing Day of the Year.” It’s also a global day to call attention the dangers of depression and the toll it takes on our lives at work, as well as the costs to our economy. If you’re coping with depression you’ll needs these tips.…

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Powerful Guided Imagery

One of the most powerful, effective and simple practices to boost your mental and physical health is guided imagery. Guided imagery uses words and images to help the mind focus and guide you into a state of mind-body healing. The mind is a powerful tool that controls the functions of…

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Reduce Your Job Burnout

Has work got you down? It’s normal to experience the occasional work-related blues. However, serious health problems caused by your job may lead to work burnout. Burnout impacts your productivity and enthusiasm at work, which can have terrible consequences for your job performance. It can cause significant health problems like…

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Gratitude Reduces Stress

When you experience a series of terrible circumstances or unfortunate events it can be a challenge to find anything to be grateful. But studies show that when you practice gratitude exercises it can not only benefit your health, it can also reduce your stress. In two longitudinal studies, researchers Alex…

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Stress Impacts Your Appetite

When you’re stressed it can impact your appetite and alter your food cravings. Too much stress can lead to overeating and weight gain. Fortunately, there is a way to beat this overeating pattern even if you continue to experience stress. When it comes to overeating, it’s long-term stress that causes…

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Prevent Prostate Cancer

Have you, your husband, your father, and your brothers had their annual doctor’s checkup? If not, now is the time for you to encourage them to do so. Prostate cancer is the second leading cause of cancer death among American men and it kills tens of thousands of men every…

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Meditation, Not Detention- Mindfulness for Kids

For decades, sending disobedient children to detention has been a common form of punishment at schools. Now, new research shows that there may be a better solution: mindfulness for kids. Some examples of mindfulness in schools: An elementary school in Baltimore, Maryland, recently made news for its innovative approach to…

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