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How to Prevent Medical Mishaps
No One is immune to medical mishaps. Whether you examine Dr. Nancy Snyderman’s breaking her Ebola quarantine, or Joan Rivers’ endoscopy, doctors appear to be behaving badly. Can a patient simply trust the doctor? Here’s how to avoid a medical mishap:
5 Ways To Reduce Stress To Fend Off Illness
Flu season is gearing up while noxious viruses and bacteria surround us. Some people seem to catch everything, while others rarely get sick or at least have minimal symptoms with a short course of illness. Here’s what you can do:
Female Stress Could Pose a Risk for Alzheimer’s
Women who are worried, anxious, nervous, jealous and experiencing sleep problems, you have yet another reason to be stressed: Alzheimer’s disease. Here’s how to improve your stress profile.
The Easiest and Shortest Route to Happiness
When psychologists write about the journey to happiness as more satisfying than the destination, I see a lot of hard work and confusion about which road to take. However, what if happiness were easy to attain and sustain? Here’s how:
How to Cope With An Abusive Friend
In addition to domestic violence, there is another form of daily abuse - like having a friend near at hand committing the abuse. Anybody who has experienced the seventh grade knows that a best friend can turn into a “frenemy” overnight. Here’s why it happens to you and how to cope:
The Health Benefits of Saying Thank You
Not being acknowledged and feeling like you have become invisible are powerful triggers for stress and unhappiness, not to mention confidence busters. Here’s what saying a simple thank you can do for you:
You Do Everything Right, So Why Aren’t You Happy?
You have been working on yourself. How ironic that all this self-improvement has led to a worse you! How could this be? Here are 4 steps to getting back on track in the journey of happiness:
Why Does Stress Crush Some While Others Cope?
Few people thrive or enjoy feeling stressed. However, do you ever wonder why some people seem to handle stress so well while others are crushed? You might be missing just a few simple coping strategies which could transform you into a supreme stress manager. Here are a few pointers:
How To Balance Your Needs With Theirs
You need "me" time, but your family is clamoring for your attention and you feel responsible for their happiness. So are you a “selfie,” or selfless? Here are 9 suggestions to manifest your truest self:
Tap Into the Surprising Healing Power of Art
Many of us believe that art is quite useless. Can you feed hungry people a painting of bread? Can you heal a cancer with a song? Or maybe you can! 7 quantifiable things art can do for you:
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