Mental Health

Mental Health

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How to Get Rid of Bloating

How to Get Rid of Bloating and Excess Water Weight

While I love hearing about new ways to improve my body, I absolutely cannot stand diets that promise fast results as long as I practically starve myself. Which is why I was so pleasantly ... Continue Reading →
7 Foods That Reduce Stress

7 Foods That Reduce Stress

This year people are beginning new resolutions and personal goals. While some may be considering losing those extra 15 pounds, eating healthier, or making better decisions, we are all ... Continue Reading →
6 Vegetables You Should Be Eating

6 Vegetables You Should Be Eating

Sometimes we’ll stick to the same routine when we reach for a salad or snack because we know what tastes good—or at least we know what won’t go straight to our thighs. However, ... Continue Reading →
Top 3 Healthiest Diets

Top 3 Healthiest Diets Plan

Dieting has turned into a routine for most of us women as we are always looking for the newest way to shed those extra 10 pounds or more without starving ourselves. Dieting has become ... Continue Reading →
Tips to Help You Lose Weight

5 Everyday Tips to Help You Lose Weight

Weight fluctuates in most people, and many people gain weight during the winter months. This is in part due to holiday eating and seasonal treats that are popular in the winter, but ... Continue Reading →
outdoor activities for kids

Six benefits of outdoor activities for kids

You must have noticed that kids have a natural preference for outdoors as compared to indoors. This is in fact as nature planned it. At this stage kids are driven to have the desire ... Continue Reading →
Karen L Jacobs

Men often ignore signs, aviod doctor visits

When Richard Dyer needed a physical to obtain VA benefits, he was surprised to find he had high blood pressure, high cholesterol and pre-diabetes type 2. He had been feeling sluggish, ... Continue Reading →
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LeBlanc: Male caregivers in today’s world

Since the beginning of time, women traditionally have been the caregivers of elderly family members, ill spouses, neighbors, etc. But a change is beginning to take place; more and more ... Continue Reading →
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Brittle diabetes patient deals with daily challenges

At age 35, Laurie Arnold’s body is breaking down. The gastrointestinal challenges she has had most of her life are getting worse. She is going blind in both eyes, and neuropathy is ... Continue Reading →