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Strategies to Address and Reduce Holiday-Related Stress and Grief

18 Dec 2014 | 29,652 Views

The holiday season can cause a stress response in your body that affects your immune function, brain chemistry, blood sugar levels, hormonal balance, and more. But you can reprogram your body to these unavoidable stresses with this remarkable technology...

Developing an Attitude of Gratitude Can Help You Live a Longer, Happier Life

27 Nov 2014 | 222,985 Views

So powerful, it promotes the health of every major organ system. Produces measurable effects on at least eight major systems, including your brain, heart, hormones, and immune system, and motivates exercise and more. Which begs the question - how do you harness its power?

How Sharing Food Makes You a Better Person

27 Nov 2014 | 30,479 Views

Sharing meals with others results in some impressive benefits for children and adults alike, but you can’t just sit at the table together... you've got to do this as well...

Answering Emails After Work Is Bad for Your Health

20 Nov 2014 | 33,551 Views

If you respond to work e-mails at all hours of the day, the small increase in efficiency may be offset by a serious risk to your health.

10 Things You May Not Know About Laughter

13 Nov 2014 | 76,309 Views

Laughter is a form of universal communication that has profound effects on your mental and physical health and well-being.

14 Ways to Be a Happier Person

30 Oct 2014 | 110,220 Views

Engaging in these 14 habits helps you maximize the pleasure in each and every day, and may hold the secret to becoming a happy, more joyful person.

Grief Can Weigh on Immune System in Older Folks, Study Says

09 Oct 2014 | 39,829 Views

Your immune system takes a hit during the grieving process, and the elderly may be especially vulnerable to infectious and chronic disease during this time.

Family Meals Play Important Role In Children’s Health

20 Sep 2014 | 158,440 Views

It might not seem like a problem, but a Cornell University study has found that it can wreak havoc on your waistline and psychological health. And that's just scratching the surface...

Mother's Fears Are Passed to Children Through Smell, Study Suggests

14 Aug 2014 | 106,345 Views

A mother’s fears may be passed on to her children within days of birth, possibly even when the trauma occurred before she was pregnant.

Documentary Examines How Stress Kills

05 Jul 2014 | 413,653 Views

It's measurable, dangerous, yet hardly anyone ever rejects it. Floods your body with corrosive hormones, weakens your immune system, shrinks your brain, and makes your blood vessels a magnet for plaque. Conquer it today, because otherwise it can be an early killer.


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