Mental Health

Mental Health

Most Americans Have Experienced Mental Health Concerns — But Are Not Proactively Doing Anything About It

May marks Mental Health Month – an opportunity to bring awareness to how common mental illness is and apply the proactive, preventive mindset we apply...

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Heart Health

3 Ways Owning a Pet is Good for You

Who doesn’t love playful puppies and cuddly kittens — there’s a whole online industry around these pictures. But that four-legged friend...

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Live Well

Why Laughter Really is the Best Medicine

Cat videos. A tickle attack. Tina Fey doing basically anything. Chances are at least one of these things has reduced you to a fit of giggles or you can think...

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Live Well

11 Ways You Can Feel Happier Now

Ah happiness, that elusive state of being that everyone wants. It can’t be bought or sold. So how do you find it? Poets and philosophers have pondered...

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Depression

Beating the Holiday Blues

The winter holiday season is a time of year when people celebrate and create community with friends and loved ones. For some however, this time of year can...

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Healthy Lifestyle

5 Reasons Gratitude is Good for You

You missed the bus. You spilled coffee on your whitest shirt. Your go-to guilty pleasure is no longer available on Netflix (RIP Dawson’s Creek). So why...

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Newsworthy

Half of American Women Report Elevated Stress Levels Post-Election

It’s clear that this year’s election has been unusually stressful for many people. In fact, the American Psychological Association published a...

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Health Tech

Sleep Better: Tech That Blocks Blue Light

Curling up with your mobile device may not be the best way to drift off into dreamland, but many of us are guilty of it anyway. Despite the fact that the...

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