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If you feel fatigued or stressed, don't rush out to buy licorice root or Siberian ginseng: see a health care provider who can tell you if you're suffering from a real disease.
Ho-ho-ho-liday stress? Here’s how to avoid it.
Check out these tips on how to avoid holiday stress so that you can focus on the festivities.
Stuff nobody tells you about losing weight
Sarah Sapora, self-love and wellness advocate, talks about the things no one tells you about losing weight and the mental and physical effects it can have.
First-aid tips and a DIY kit for minor cuts and scrapes
Proper care for minor cuts, wounds and scrapes reduces the risk of infection and helps minimize scarring. Treat them with these first-aid tips and make your own first-aid kit.
Back to (Self-Love) School: 3 Steps to Returning to Yourself
Sarah Sapora, self-love and wellness advocate, gives three steps to returning to yourself and recommitting to yourself.
Exercise gets your brain in shape as well as your body
Working out for physical fitness is great, but exercise also improves your mental fitness.
5 skin conditions you don’t want to bring home from the gym
Fungi and bacteria lurk on your favorite workout machines and in common areas at the gym. Learn how to protect your skin against gym germs.
Should you weigh yourself daily?
A daily check-in with the bathroom scale may be a useful tracking tool, but healthy weight loss is a multi-faceted journey that is about more than just being skinny.
Diverticulitis may be on the rise: Diet can decrease risk
The incidence of the intestinal disease diverticulitis appears to be increasing; the cause is not definitively known, but some likely culprits are, and a high-fiber diet may reduce risk.
Bringing suicide out of the darkness: Raising awareness, removing stigma
Each one of us is on the front lines of the suicide epidemic. We can pay attention, ask questions, listen without judgment and be present for those who are suffering.
Why older adults should review their medications
Everyone who takes medication should periodically review the types and dosages they are getting, especially seniors. Changes in the body, the diet or the symptoms can affect the way medications work.
7 healthy strategies for getting over someone
Breaking up is hard to do, but finding and applying healthy coping strategies doesn’t have to be.
What judging others also says about yourself
Sarah Sapora, self-love and wellness advocate, talks about what judging others really says about yourself
Why you shouldn't skimp on your post-workout stretch
Stretching after a workout can help you avoid injuries and reduces post-workout recovery time, stiffness.
Milk alternatives: more satisfying choices than ever
Pea milk is just the latest in the growing trend of cow's milk substitutes, joining milks made of nuts, grains and plants (but not cockroaches - yet)
6 food trends not for the faint of heart
When it comes to diet and nutrition, many people consider unusual foods that raise more than a few eyebrows.
7 natural treatments for allergy relief
Allergy medication doesn’t seem to work? Consider one of these alternative treatments to alleviate runny nose, itchy eyes and other symptoms.
6 reasons you need a primary care provider
Choosing and establishing a relationship with a primary care doctor should be as routine as annual maintenance on a home, yet many people avoid making this fundamental choice for their health.
Housing is health care
A new series from a housing expert takes a deep dive into the relationship between housing and health.
Unsealing the health secrets of sous vide