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80 percent of Americans don’t get enough sleep. more

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Take it from the expert on Mental Toughness. more

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It’s more than just “holiday stress.” more

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Take the energetic perspective. more

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Local experts weigh in on the benefits and repercussions of Botox as migraine treatment. more

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A mother-daughter relationship can be the first relationship a human develops and, very often, is the most complicated one. more

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Staying young and fighting Father Time may seem like a battle, but keeping up with these healthy practices through the decades will help slow down the clock.   In Your 20s Start Eating Right The body is very forgiving when you are you... more

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For many, the New Year brings stark determination to improve one’s health and overall well-being. It also brings the search for new twists and innovations to keep one’s fitness routine from becoming exactly that: “routine.” The body’s incredible ... more

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Eat, drink and be merry! The battle cry for the holiday season doesn’t mean your waist size has to pay the price. With gatherings to attend and decadent cheesy, gooey, sugary treats lingering around the house, it is easy to stray from your normal... more

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It is no small coincidence that your grandmother knew the best remedy for the common cold was a bowl of chicken soup. It was less likely the chicken or the noodles but the nutrient-rich bone broth that helped make you feel better. With more pe... more

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Move over kale, there is a whole host of superfoods rising to the forefront with promises of increased vitality, impact on hormone balance, improved immune function, detoxification and cardiovascular and metabolic aids. With so many, the challeng... more

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Are gray skies and cold, dreary weather zapping your energy? Is going to and from work in the dark taking its toll? Does getting up in the morning feeling like sheer drudgery? You are not alone. Winter doldrums can wear down even the most optimis... more

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GMO or Non-GMO: What is the big deal and why are more and more food companies looking to distance themselves from GMO-sourced foods? Genetic engineering of plants and animals, also known as genetically modified organisms (GMOs), comes with the... more

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Every October, women are bombarded with images of pink ribbons and encouraged to get a mammogram and take charge of their health. They’re also supplied with confusing statistics and controversial data. News sources claim “Mammograms don’t work... more

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Stressed out? Fatigued? Are you dragging through your day or suffering with body aches and chronic health issues? While there are plenty of short-term fixes to address these issues, it is becoming increasingly apparent that we may not just want t... more

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While climbing the stairs you have a purpose, but once on the landing, do you forget what you went up for? How about that mental list of five items you know you need from the store? The first four are no problem, but you can’t seem to remember th... more

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Do you recognize yourself in any of these scenarios? Holding the restaurant menu farther and farther away in order to see it. Your eyes become more fatigued during those longer stints at the computer. Reading product ingredients at the market and... more

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Does winter weather have you feeling unmotivated and stagnant? Not seeing enough results from your current workout? It may be time to spice it up and stop doing the same old routine. The good news is you no longer have to commit to one gym... more

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A recent Nielson report stated that the average American adult spends 11 hours per day utilizing digital media. The latest Internet Trends Annual Report notes that, on average, we check our phone 150 times a day. So what is this constant barra... more

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