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5 Ways to Practice Self-Care

Self-care – the practice of maintaining well-being and happiness – is everywhere. It’s on your favorite social networking sites with hashtags such as #selfcare and #selfcarematters. It’s in the pages of self-help books and magazine articles. It’s a trending topic on podcasts and vlogs. There’s good reason for this too. Making yourself a priority...

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A Woman’s Guide to Supplements

Just one in ten adults meet the federal fruit and vegetable recommendations, according to a 2017 study published by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and, as a result are missing out on essential nutrients. There are a surprising number of symptoms attributable to vitamin deficiencies. There are also a variety of dietary...

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The Many Health Benefits of Probiotics

A healthy immune and digestive system is required for overall health. However, certain lifestyle choices and antibiotics can negatively affect these systems, depleting the body’s beneficial bacteria. Probiotics, marketed for reestablishing your microbiome, provide several other benefits as well. Continue reading to learn more about them and how they can ensure optimal health. What...

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Heart-Healthy Exercises

In addition to heart-healthy supplements, such as Magnesium, Omega-3s and Coenzyme Q10, daily physical activity has been linked to lower risks of coronary heart disease, high blood pressure, type 2 diabetes, certain cancers, depression, and some other chronic conditions in people ages 18 to 64. The World Health Organization (WHO) recommends actively participating in...

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Understanding Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD)

What is Seasonal Affective Disorder? Seasonal affective disorder, more commonly known by the acronym SAD, is a form of depression that affects an individual only during the winter. Affecting more than half a million Americans, SAD usually begins in late fall, early winter (when the weather becomes colder and the nights longer) and goes...

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