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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:
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:
Is Happily-Ever-After A Myth?
There are universal romantic notions: Love at first sight, “the one” who reads your heart and knows what you are thinking, and that overwhelming passion. But then daily realities set in. You feel wedlocked. Is sustained wedded bliss even attainable? 8 paths to happiness
4 Stress Personalities: Which One Fits You?
The stress response originates from specific potent points known as your weakest links. When one of these points gets activated, you need a specific treatment to target that particular stressor. One size does not fit all. Here are 4 stress types. Which one fits you?
Is Marriage Research Ruining Your Relationship?
The ultimate question: Can your spouse be everything you want rolled up into one throughout the decades? When it concerns marital advice, like any advice, tread carefully especially if it is authoritarian. Consider how often the medical community reverses itself. Here’s how to navigate:
Summer Is The Best Time To Save Your Marriage
Summer is the best time to save a sinking marriage. Here are 7 ways:
How to Deal With Stress Weight Gain
Research asserts there is a greater link between stress eating and weight gain than previously thought. Living stress-free is not a realistic option. And most of us won’t reach for broccoli and celery sticks when we are upset. Here’s how to deal:
What Your Clutter Reveals About You
Clutter has gotten a bad rap. Psychologists are always telling you to de-clutter and various specialists are eager to help you to discard and organize. Not so fast: Could it be that you are not hiding behind all that clutter, but rather using it for self-discovery?
For July 4 Set Off Fireworks In Your Relationships
If you are experiencing stress in your relationships, Independence Day can signal a major improvement. Tap into the energy! You don’t need a revolution to begin. How to become an independent/interdependent you:
Could Cocoa Prevent Alzheimer’s?
The mere thought of a loved one getting Alzheimer's is stressful. But what if you were next in line? Alzheimer's starts in the brain decades earlier before it manifests. Currently cocoa extract is being studied as a cure.
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