Today is Thursday, May 26, 2016
May 20, 2016

How I Fought to Save Myself—And You Can, Too

I will be the first to admit that I have made mistakes in my life. After losing my fiancé in an accident, I dove into a bottle of vodka to cope. When my parents got sick, I found myself—once again—in a dungeon of despair and depression. I seemed to have two choices—I could sink further into the… Read More
May 19, 2016 57

My Hologenome Made Me Do It: Six Surprising Things About You and Your Microbes

“I'm so nervous, my stomach is all in a knot.” Who among us has not said this at least once in our lives? Or perhaps, you have had a “gut wrenching experience”? We know that our brains can stimulate… Read More
May 18, 2016 28

8 Steps to Reverse Your PCOS: A Proven Program to Reset Your Hormones, Repair Your Metabolism and Restore Your Fertility

For years, an estimated 116 million women have been affected by an unidentified disorder that affects weight, fertility, female hormones, hair, skin and has risk for chronic disease—and most women… Read More
5 Tips for Choosing a Great Dentist
May 12, 2016 50

5 Tips for Choosing a Great Dentist

Everyone needs to have a dentist, but finding the right one is not always the easiest of tasks. After all, according to the American Dental Education Association, there are around 230,000 dentists in… Read More
8 Tips to Channel Your Adult ADHD
May 04, 2016 60

8 Tips to Channel Your Adult ADHD

As an adult with ADHD you might struggle with a mental unbalance sometimes and you find it hard to focus on one task at a time. It also causes personal turmoil and affects you mentally. It can… Read More
May 04, 2016 72

May is Mental Health Month

When mental illnesses or disorders are talked about, the language typically used to describe them tends to be clinical and impersonal. These words, while useful for doctors or clinicians, often don’t… Read More
Apr 30, 2016 56

Holistic approach to mealtimes could help dementia sufferers

Eating together, providing social support and interaction during meals could help people with dementia avoid dehydration and malnutrition – according to new NIHR-funded research from the University… Read More
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Apr 25, 2016 83

The Positive Side of Anger

Did you know there’s a positive side to anger? Most of us try to avoid it as much as possible, because it feels bad to be angry or to have others mad at us. Actually, there’s an important purpose to… Read More
The Top Health Benefits of Pilates
Apr 25, 2016 78

The Top Health Benefits of Pilates

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, only around 20 percent of the adults in this country meet physical activity guidelines for aerobic and strengthening activity. The key to… Read More
STOP DATING AND JUST HAVE FUN
Apr 20, 2016 76

Stop Dating and Just Have Fun

The pressures of dating can make it feel like a chore instead of something to embrace and enjoy. Often we get intimidated and we concentrate on what can go wrong instead of what can go right. Dating… Read More
Apr 20, 2016 84

5 Ways to Get Rid of Junk Emotions

You know junk food when you see it: high in calories, low in nutritional benefit. A diet of junk food ends up in lethargy, being overweight, medical issues such as diabetes, heart disease, and lowers… Read More

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