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  • How to Deal With Shame
    Don't let shame limit your life or hinder your potential. Here's how to respond to shame.
  • 7 Mistakes that Make Constipation Worse
    Chances are you know a few natural remedies for constipation. However, the remedies may not offer relief if you make these mistakes that worsen constipation.
  • It’s Time to Take Burnout Seriously
    If you can relate to the term “burnout”, you’ve likely already experienced it to some degree. Burnout typically involves feelings of overwhelm, exhaustion, and desperately wanting a nice, long break so you can recharge. Many of us feel this way on a daily basis as we try to juggle work, family, social, and other responsibilities. […]
  • How to Pick the Best Nursing Home for Your Loved One
    As an advocate for your loved one, it is crucial to conduct adequate research prior to placing your loved one in a nursing home home.
  • 6 Unusual Foods that Improve Your Heart Health
    You’ve probably seen tens if not hundreds of lists of heart-healthy foods. The only problem is these lists tediously share the same foods. You can probably list them off the top of your head. The usual suspects include olive oil, vegetables, fish, and so on. While these foods are incredibly healthy, you need to try […]
  • Can Exercise Improve Your Gut Health?
    Endurance training may alter our microbiome for good, according to a recent study.
  • 4 Amazing Benefits of Keeping Fresh Flowers in Your Home
    Is there anything better than a home filled with fresh, sweet-smelling flowers? (Well, yes, but fresh flowers definitely rank pretty high on the list.) There’s a reason why we are drawn to bring fresh blooms into our homes. They’re not just beautiful–they come with some impressive wellness benefits. Here are 4 ways keeping fresh flowers in […]
  • 7 Health Myths That Need to Die
    Health advice has been passed through word of mouth for generations. Sometimes it’s helpful. Other times it’s a rumor that turns into a very believable (and potentially harmful) myth. Here are seven common health myths that need to die. 1. Wet hair will make you sick No, going outside or sleeping with wet hair won’t […]
  • 10 Best Nootropics Ingredients: A Review of What Actually Works
    Let's look at the scientific evidence behind the best nootropic ingredients and evaluate if they actually produce their desired effects.
  • Almond, Coconut, Hemp, Oat or Soy Milk: Which One is Healthiest?
    More and more people are turning their backs on cow’s milk, and for good reason: it isn’t a sustainable product for the environment, it takes a whopping 1950 gallons of water to create one gallon of milk, it has been linked to many health problems including prostate cancer, and the poor treatment of animals on […]
  • 10 Places to Find Solitude in Everyday Life (and Why It Matters)
    You're busy. More than anything, you crave a little solitude to quiet your mind. How on earth do you find the time? It's actually much easier than you think.
  • How to Lower Lead Levels with Diet: Whole Grains, Milk and Tofu
    Lead given 12 hours before a meal was absorbed at about 60 percent, so most of it was absorbed. When the same amount of lead was given three hours after a meal and also seven hours after a meal, most of it was absorbed at those times, too. But, if you get some food in […]
  • A Surprising Way to Reduce Your Breast Cancer Risk
    When you think of ways to reduce your breast cancer risk you probably think of quitting smoking, eating a plant-based diet, exercising, reducing stress and cutting out harmful chemicals, but you may not give your gut a second thought. And while all of these are important ways to help prevent breast cancer, new research shows […]
  • Healthy Summer Produce to Add to Your Diet
    Summer is here, and it’s bringing with it delicious and nutritious summer produce. Here are 20 healthy fruits and vegetables that tend to be at their peak in many locations during the summer months. 1. Apricots Calories: 17 per apricot Apricots are low in calories and fat, yet they’re excellent sources of vitamin A, vitamin […]
  • Why Psychiatry & Nutrition Need to Go Together
    Psychiatrists are increasingly turning to nutrition to help their patients. These well-researched nutrition principles exert some of the most powerful control over our moods.
  • 6 Brain-Draining Foods to Avoid
    What you eat has an enormous impact on your brain function and productivity. Avoid these brain-draining foods to maintain optimal brain function.
  • How to Stop Obsessing Over Your Mistakes
    Worrying is natural. In fact, worry is an evolutionary tendency, since learning from your mistakes helps you not make them again. It’s how children learn not to touch hot things – and how our ancestors learned not to pet the crocodiles! But when contemplating or worrying about your mistakes becomes an obsession, it stops being […]
  • This Simple Activity Might Keep Your Brain 10 Years Younger
    Would you make a simple activity a habit if it had notable benefits for your cognitive function? The answer seems like a no-brainer. Cognitive decline is a common part of the aging process. But the good news is there are several ways to sustain — and possibly even improve — your cognitive function as you […]
  • Why You Should NEVER Foam Roll Your Back
    Regardless of what fitness fanatics may say, foam rolling your body into oblivion isn't always the answer. Be gentle with your spine.
  • How to Lower Lead Levels with Diet: Thiamine, Fiber, Iron
    Intake of certain nutrients has been associated with lower lead levels in the body. For example, women with higher intake of thiamine, also called vitamin B1, tended to have lower blood lead levels, and the same was found for lead-exposed steel workers—and not just with thiamine, as “content of dietary fiber, iron, or thiamine intake […]
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