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Don’t Stress About Spring Allergies
While stress doesn’t cause allergies, it exacerbates and triggers flare-ups. Once you experience annoying allergy symptoms, you become irritable – which puts you into a negative loop. Here’s what to do:

How to Consciously ‘Re-pair’ Instead of Uncouple
Gwyneth Paltrow’s decade-long marriage ended in a conscious uncoupling. Here’s how to consciously re-pair your marriage to become the dynamic duo:

Should You Exercise Alone Or With A Buddy?
Spring tempts us out of our baggy sweaters to shed the layers. But how do you jumpstart your exercise regimen? Do you work out with a friend, a trainer, take a class or go it alone? Here are the benefits, so you can decide:

Spring Clean Your Health Myths
It’s time to spring clean those health myths that have settled like cobwebs in the recesses of the mind. 5 health myths unmasked:

Why Women Are More Likely To Get Alzheimer’s
A report from the Alzheimer’s Association says that women over the age of 60 have a 1 in 6 chance of getting Alzheimer’s while men have a 1 in 11. Why this gender disparity? The answer is stress!

Daytime Rituals to Help You Sleep At Night
Sleep can become a chronic stressor if you aren’t getting it. So if your night time rituals aren’t working, consider that what you do during the day will impact your night.

It's Lucky When Purim & St. Paddy’s Day Intersect
What does the Jewish holiday of Purim and St. Patrick’s Day have in common? There is the power of the pack with nature signaling us to flock together for safety and close relationships.

How To Protect Yourself From Well-Meaning Toxicity
Have you been a victim of well-meaning toxicity? In other words, do you get the sense that people prefer you a bit lower down on the ladder, so that they can feel higher up?

What Not To Say To A Sick Friend
Who hasn’t felt awkward, uncomfortable or even worse said the wrong thing to a friend with a chronic illness? Here are forbidden phrases and conversation topics to avoid:

The Effect Of Light On Emotion
Bright light has a dark side which can up the intensity of our emotion – for the good or the bad. Here’s how to use it to your advantage.

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