Mindfulness

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Keep Your Mind & Body Active to Lower Your Risk for Alzheimer's Disease

Alzheimer's disease is a debilitating disorder affecting 5.6 million Americans aged 65 and older, as well as younger adults. However, there is hope! D ...

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In the Campground: Staying Safe

Summertime often means camping adventures, making preparation and mindfulness essential. Follow these American Red Cross tips to ensure a safe and enj ...

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Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD) in Children and Teens

All children and teens have some anxiety. It's a normal part of growing up. But sometimes worries and fears don’t go away. They may interfere with a c ...

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New Year's Resolution Quiz

Happy New Year! It’s time to look ahead to the next 12 months and see what you can do to maintain or improve your health. Find out more about healthy ...

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Start Some Healthy Holiday Traditions

December can be stressful. With added social and financial obligations, it can disrupt healthy habits and leave you feeling lonely or depressed. Learn ...

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Screen Time and Children

As children grow and develop, they can be easily influenced by what they see and hear, especially from digital media (TV, internet, and smart devices) ...

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Breaking the Link Between Chronic Illness and Depression

Living with a chronic illness, such as diabetes, heart disease, cancer, or Parkinson’s disease, requires a realistic but positive outlook. It’s natura ...

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Your Child’s Separation Anxiety and School

As the school year starts, children may have some anxiety about going to school. This could happen even if they are not going to school for the first ...

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Helping Someone with Memory Loss

Diagnosing memory problems can be puzzling. In older adults, it’s easy to mistake such problems as part of the everyday memory loss that some people h ...

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Stress Can Increase Your Risk for Heart Disease

Stress is a normal part of life. Stress can come from physical, emotional, and even less dramatic causes. Your body’s response to stress is supposed t ...

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Heart Disease Prevention Starts in Childhood

You may think of heart disease as a problem for adults, not for your young children. But the CDC says obesity affects 1 out of every 5 U.S. children. ...

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Finding Joy During the Holidays

While some people truly enjoy the hustle and bustle of the Holidays, many more feel anxious, stressed, and depressed when faced with all that the Holi ...

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Being a Better Listener & Recognizing the Signs of Someone Who May Be Facing Suicide

Learn how to become a better listener and see those struggling with thoughts of suicide by recognizing the signs before it's too late.

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National Back to School Month: Setting Children Up for Success This School Year

The new school year will be here before you know it! Here are some suggestions to help make the transition back to school smooth.

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7 Creative Ways To Be Kind This Christmas

It’s that time of year for holiday cheer! Be creative in how you bring kindness and joy this holiday season with some tips and tricks.

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Feeling Alone in a Connected World

Advances in technology help us to stay connected to each other more than ever before. So then, why are people feeling so alone?

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Tips for Back-to-School

The 2021-2022 school year is quickly approaching and bringing with it unique challenges to parents, students, and school staff. This year, along with ...

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Make Time to Slow Down

Changing your relationship with time is crucial to improving your overall health. Here's why taking time to slow down is good for you.

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Stress-free Holiday Season

This season, more than ever, we need to prioritize our health and well-being, not busyness. Try two or three of these tips to de-stress and unbusy yo ...

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Practicing Gratitude

Studies show that practicing gratitude has many benefits to our overall health, including fueling positive emotions, helping us deal with adversity, a ...

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