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Safe Cleaning: Slow and Steady Wins the Race

Safe Cleaning: Slow and Steady Wins the Race
Home & you

Spring  isn't just about flowers and rain showers, but it's also about decluttering our homes and embracing the good ole' tradition of summer cleaning.Unfortunately, due to the labor intensive duties that go into many of our spring cleaning rituals, we run a high risk for injuries, especially if the proper safety precautions aren't taken.

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    Many of us are stressed and overwhelmed by daily life and yet we continually miss or ignore the signs and symptoms of declining mental health. Mushrooms have been used as medicine for mental and physical well-being for many years. Some of the more common medicinal mushrooms include Reishi, Cordycepys, and Turkey Tail, Chaga, and Lion’s Mane. Find more about the health benefits of these “magic” mushrooms ...

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    Despite the health and safety benefits of social distancing during the COVID-19 pandemic, many people are suffering from the pain of extreme loneliness after months of isolation in their homes. Here Dr. Joel Salinas breaks down how to easily spot, measure, manage, and ultimately overcome loneliness to protect the mental health of you and your loved ones.

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    Looking after your brain is not easy. But several foods are well-documented as being “brain boosters”. What are they? Here are a few to ensure you are adding to your daily diet, they are quintessential brain foods. 

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    Busy ER physician Ara Suppiah, MD describes what you should be doing at home to help your immune system be super vigilant. Dr. Ara also cautions about one specific type of exercise that can temporarily stun the immune system.

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    With so much talk about the Coronavirus, mental health experts warn it can take a toll on our mental health and well-being, and really bother young children that don’t fully understand what is going on. How can you best deal with all the attention around the Coronavirus and not let it impact you emotionally?

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  • 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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    Are You Ready to Retrain Your Brainwaves?

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    Health and well being takes on new meaning with the arrival of motherhood. You not only have yourself to consider but also your newest family addition. And mums-to-be are not exempt from these nutritional concerns either; if anything, a newfound interest in the diet is formed.

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    With Thanksgiving and other holidays almost here, we have tips on how to make family gatherings into lifetime memories and avoid disaster from Dr. Ken Druck, a best-selling author, and expert on family psychology.

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  • Travel & Spa

    Today’s average full time employee will put in well over 2000 hours annually at their jobs. Below is a list of some simple, yet effect ways to ease those tiring and stressful days we all encounter at work.

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  • Travel

    The secret is out: Cuba is the world’s sexiest, most magnetic travel destination. Discover Cuba’s Best Places for Women.

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  • Health

    The solution to overeating and belly fat is shockingly simple. Traditional methods focus on the thinking brain – knowing what to eat, tracking calories, recording food. It's so tiresome, and it seldom works. Why? We are focusing on the wrong brain. 

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  • Mind

    Comedian Jessica Holmes had a great career and a happy family so it seemed a bit strange that suddenly she couldn’t get off the couch... #MentalHealthAwarenessDay

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    Stress is a natural bodily response; therefore, it cannot be wholly eradicated from our existence. But, how much stress is OK?

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    The menopause is not kind to women- that is a fact. As it is an unavoidable and natural part of the aging process, the only thing you can do is do your best to be kind to yourself and guide your way through it with love and compassion.

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