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The Best RX For A Healthy Life
The path to well-being is a remarkably easy-to-follow and clearly marked trail. According to National Geographic Magazine no one has embraced the medicalization of nature more than the South Koreans who suffer from work-related stress, technology addiction, and academic pressure.
The Clique Factor – How to Cope with Exclusion
We all know about school cliques and how painful they can be to children. However, many of us don’t realize the power cliques wield in our adult lives. Here is how adults can move past feelings of exclusion.
The Complete Antidote to Holiday Dread
Whatever stressors we experience during the year the holidays intensify that stress and underscore what is missing in our lives. The holidays can potentially be downright toxic, emotionally and physically. Here´s the antidote.
The Difference Between Naked and Nude
Do you know the difference between naked and nude? Here is how to feel comfortable in your own skin:
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.
The Happiness Lie
The difference between a sad person and a happy person could hinge on the ability to tell a “good” lie.
The Health Benefits of Singing
Whether singing in the shower, in a choir or with a small child, “sound therapy” is linked to health benefits for body and spirit.
The Healthy Habits of People Who Never Get Sick
Do you know someone who never gets sick? When you question a random sample of never-get-sick people, a few basic similarities emerge:
The Hidden Stress of Hanging on to Clothes
It is common knowledge that most of us wear 20% of our wardrobe 80% of the time because we play favorites. However, we continue shopping and spending money that we could have used more wisely or saved. Time to reduce your closet.
The Inside Story about Housework and Exercise
Past research studies have touted housework and gardening as good exercise. However, in a new study from the University of Ulster about exercise habits, those who counted housework as exercise were more obese. Did the study account for personal execution of housework and gardening?
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