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  • HEALTH

    According to U.S. News, approximately 80% of resolutions fail by the second week in February. Why? Because dramatic, and immediate changes are not sustainable long-term. So this year, make 2019 not a year of resolutions or diets but one of the incremental changes to instill habits that create real long-lasting results. Here are 6 tips:

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  • Mind

    According to U.S. News, approximately 80% of resolutions fail by the second week in February. Why? Because dramatic, and immediate changes are not sustainable long-term. So this year, make 2019 not a year of resolutions or diets but one of the incremental changes to instill habits that create real long-lasting results. Here are 6 tips:

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  • HEALTH

    Millions of Americans toss and turn much of the night, unable to fall asleep – or to stay asleep once they finally do drift off.

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  • Remember to Have Fun!

    Remember to Have Fun!| Wellness magazine

    Phil, a manager at a tech firm, prides himself on his commitment to his career. He counts rigorous self-discipline as one of his strengths, and expects the same of his subordinates, privately frowning on such “nonsense” in the workplace as birthday cakes and office parties. Phil goes on vacation once a year, only because...

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  • Health

    Everything is energy…Nikola Tesla stated the same thing himself. Energy reflects upon all that we do. Here we look at some helpful ways you can gain some momentum and improve your energy levels. 

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  • Mind

    A well-worn pair of cowboy boots, size 13, and a 2003 Chevy Silverado, with a lift kit and mud tires, helped Kevin Amundson of New Prague, MN, heal after a “heart attack of the mind” led him to attempt suicide in September 2014. 

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  • Health

    Gardening, when done wisely and with your particular physical concerns in mind, is incredibly good for your health. Shawna Coronado teaches how gardening can change your life for better.

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  • Mind

    With spring upon us, we all feel the desire to go out and enjoy life. It's a time to refresh and start anew. Psychotherapist, author and positive living speaker, Diane Lang, suggests that we start living mindfully this spring. Being mindful means to wake up to everything around you and be aware of all the present experiences.

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  • Health

    If you love a garden but also worry about the physical strain, or if you are in search of ways to promote a healthier lifestyle, and want combat specific, chronic, health issue, best-selling garden author and speakers Shawna Coronado has good news for you. 

     

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  • Mind

    In our culture, the end of life is seen as a scary and lonely experience. So when a loved one is dying, you may feel afraid, awkward, and unsure of how to comfort them. Here are practical tips for breaking the death taboo and helping your loved one experience the peaceful passing they deserve.

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  • Mind

    While the statement “attitude is everything“ isn’t actually a reality, it’s not that far off base. Today, in this special for Wellness magazine, David Essel offers the five key tips from his new book “Focus!" ...

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  • Health

    Did the latest challenge at work bring on a tightening in your stomach? Does constant worry about a loved one’s health make you physically ill yourself? Everyone at some point feels the effects of stress. Not everyone deals with stress in the best way, though.

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  • Mind

    Studies show that approximately half of all women experience some kind of sexual difficulty at one point in their lives—from lack of interest to problems with orgasm and everything in between. But it doesn’t have to be that way.

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  • Health

    Increased oxidative stress is the source of all illness and leads to cardiovascular disease, arthritis, a variety of cancers, and much more. Here, I reveal the eight steps to help you stop oxidative stress in its tracks.

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  • Emotional Intelligence | Wellness magazine

    The commercials on television today talk endlessly about treatments for low this and low that, but unfortunately, we don’t hear much about low Emotional Intelligence (EQ).  Here are some symptoms...

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    In today’s society, there is more stress on people to succeed and do more with less.  Everyone is hustling for that golden ring opportunity, upon which their future lives will be easier and brighter if they can only grab it.  Unfortunately, in the quest to be successful, other things have suffered, such as satisfaction in the victories of daily life, appreciation for simple things.

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  • Health

    From kindergartners to collegiates, students can struggle with disproportionate and random sweating that may drench clothing, ruin academic papers, make playing sports and musical instruments impossible, promote hiding and isolation behaviors, degrade self-esteem, and prompt bullying. Find 9 myths and truths about excessive sweating among students...

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  • Health

    Regardless of where we live, spring seems to being welcomed changes. More daylight, warmth, and greening growth as our earth re-energizes. 

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  • Mind

    In light of current events, many would consider a perpetually optimistic person as deranged or living in the world of absurdity. However, leading life as a pessimist does not appear to be a viable option if one intends to gain a deeper, below the surface, understanding of life.

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