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If You Can't Keep Your New Year's Resolutions, Be Kind to Yourself

By Kristin Neff, University of Texas at Austin Many of us will start out the New Year by making a list of resolutions - changes we want to make to be happier such as eating better, volunteering more often, being a more attentive spouse, and so on. Show More Summary

10 Things To Give Up In The New Year

Life has taught me many lessons, most of which came after the death of my late husband in 2009. Before his death I didn’t notice my lessons, I didn’t tune into the greater musings of our universe. Ironically, death taught me to be alive for perhaps the first time in my entire adult life. Show More Summary

How to Set a New Years Intention (Not Resolution)

It's January, and that means I see bazillions of new meditators aiming to make a change at my studio, MNDFL. But here's a statistic that hasn't changed in years: out of the millions of Americans who set a New Year's resolution for themselves only 8% are successful at achieving them. Show More Summary

"Obamacare" -- Three Keys for Improvement

By Dr. Sudip Bose, MD Dec. 31, 2016 -- As the 2016 presidential campaign came to a close and we elected a new president, polls showed that of the half-dozen things that most concerned Americans, health care was one of the major topics. Show More Summary

Fighting For Real Hope In 2017

My husband and I have been fighting to become parents since 2011; a declaration fraught with a variety and intensity of losses that I couldn’t have imagined when we innocently decided we were ready to start our family six years ago.Show More Summary

Fat used to be celebrated in Guatemala, now unhelpful obesity advice is causing weight anxiety

Ismael Alonso Emily Yates-Doerr, University of Amsterdam In a recent study published by the Lancet, doctors advised or actively helped patients to lose weight, even though they had not sought weight loss advice. The scientists who conducted...Show More Summary

It Ain't Over 'Til It's Over

When 75-year-old Don Wright crossed the finish line in Philadelphia on November 20th to complete his 100th marathon as a cancer survivor, it wasn't just an incredible athletic feat. It inspired a whole Field of Dreams for people like...Show More Summary

Moving Forward Into 2017: Four Resolutions If You Are Grieving

“We all yearn for what we have lost. But sometimes, we forget what we have.” – Mitch Albom Time, as many of us have discovered, waits for no one. Although life as we knew it stopped when our loved one died, the world around us, and the clock, continued moving forward without them and sometimes it seemed to move on without us as well. Show More Summary

Yvette Bowser Joins Less Cancer Board

TV inspiration Yvette Bowser has joined the board of the Next Generation Choices Foundation ("Less Cancer") As founder of Less Cancer, I am very excited to have Yvette join our board. She is a trailblazing TV producer and writer whoShow More Summary

What's Your Word For 2017?

Ready to start this New Year? One of the best ways to get clarity is to choose a word, ONE word to focus on, to dive into, to be your theme for the year. In 2016, I chose receive to be that word. I’ve spent the last 12 months really exploring what that means to me. Show More Summary

Dr. America's Best And Worst In Health Justice For 2016

Many of us might feel like 2016 can not end soon enough, and some of us wonder if 2017 will be better. With respect to all of those doubts and fears, I present some of our best accomplishments and worst shortcomings in health justice...Show More Summary

Why I Don't Have A New Year's Resolution (And Why You Should Reconsider Yours)

How do you really feel about your New Year’s resolution? Be honest. Are you excited? If so, what’s the reason? Is it because you have a profound understanding of the change you are making, and have a plan for how you’ll make that change...Show More Summary

The Perfect New Year's Pose, Straight Up with a Twist

Diets, detoxing, and down-dogs all rank high on the New Year's resolutions lists, but if there's one move best-suited for the month of January, the yoga twist comes out on top. Yoga twists are poses that involve spinal rotation, when the shoulder girdle is turned in an opposing direction to the hips. Show More Summary

Politics and the Psychotherapist

The world has changed drastically since the results of the November 8th election, and with it the psychotherapist's task. The focus on our personal lives has been subsumed by the political climate. Triggered by Donald Trump's extremism,...Show More Summary

Finding Those Techniques That Manage Your Fears And Anxieties

Are you having trouble finding effective ways to overcome your fears and anxieties? As an author of a managing fear book, I found it difficult to find all of the answers in managing my anxieties. Although I am a layman and not a professional,...Show More Summary

Develop Goals To Help Manage Your Fears

We all have to deal with fear and anxiety in our life. Our fears and anxieties can reduce our self-confidence and help prevent us from getting what we want. One of the ways to help manage your fears is to develop some goals and thenShow More Summary

Can Bacteria Cause Anxiety?

Can bacteria cause anxiety? originally appeared on Quora - the knowledge sharing network where compelling questions are answered by people with unique insights. Answer by Keck Medicine of USC, 500+ internationally renowned doctors at...Show More Summary

2017: Wellness, Health and Happiness

After New Year's, our attention turns towards our goals. It may be a cliché, but it's also all too real. Here are tips from top wellness experts on how to successfully achieve health, healing and happiness in 2017. Rainbeau Mars, one...Show More Summary

The Top 10 Workout Songs of 2016

Flickr: Mysza831 The most consistently striking aspect of this year's top workout songs is their consistently slower tempos. For many folks, "workout music" is interchangeable with "club music." To that end, it's natural that--as club music's emphasis has transitioned from high energy beats to almost tropical grooves--workout music would follow suit. Show More Summary

Changing Your Life Direction

Changing your life direction. Contemplating the thought alone could be a catalyst for change. This thought can cross your mind at any age or life phase, particularly around this time of the year; for me it's always a question that comes up while traveling. Show More Summary

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