Meditation not Detention, Mindfulness in Schools, Mindful Family

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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breast cancer awareness, breast cancer month, breast self examination, breast cancer prevention

This Month, Think Pink for Breast Cancer Prevention!

The pink ribbon tradition was started by the Susan G. Komen for the Cure and it has now grown into an international symbol for the fight against breast cancer. October has been Breast Cancer Awareness Month for more than 25 years. It began as a partnership between government agencies, medical…

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weight loss improves memory, weight loss tips, ways to improve memory, memory tips,

Study Shows Weight Loss Might Help Your Memory

Looking for weight loss tips or ways to improve memory? Research shows that you can do both. A new pioneering study tells us that weight loss improves memory and concentration. It’s one of the new benefits of losing weight. Weight Loss Improves Memory Overweight people have a greater risk for…

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Stress Leads to Diabetes?

Diabetes is a complicated disease that affects millions of Americans—every year 1.4 million Americans are diagnosed with diabetes. Diabetes can lead to a host of other complications include eye problems, strokes, hypertension, and kidney disease. Fortunately, studies have found that you can reduce your risk of diabetes and these other…

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Wellness and Aging

Wellness means more than just the absence of illness. Focusing on wellness and aging while practicing self care helps us put our emphasis on prevention and health. Self Care means: Eating a healthy diet Exercising our wonderful bodies Being aware of the stress in your life Practicing stress reduction methods…

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Lookout For Zika

The Zika epidemic has been growing since 2007, and today, there are over 60 countries and territories in North America, South America and Oceania and Pacific Islands that are affected. There is no vaccine or specific medicine for this mosquito-spread virus. And while the symptoms are usually mild, the risks…

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Cupping: An Olympian’s Secret?

The purple signature spots of cupping marked Michael Phelps’ body as he competed in Rio Olympics and this has sparked renewed interest in an ancient form of therapy known as cupping. This alternative medical practice is a unique technique used for treating everyday elements. What is Cupping Therapy? Cupping goes…

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Stress Leads to Migraines

Have you been suffering from migraines recently? Reducing your stress could be the cure. People with migraines experience a throbbing sensation in their head. The pain ranges from moderate to severe. Migraines impact millions of Americans every day. Twelve percent of the U.S. population gets migraines—that’s 38 million Americans. Migraines…

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