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Making Plant-Based Diets More Popular: Just Add Convenience

Veganism is enjoying a tidal wave of new followers. Many consumers are opting to follow plant-based diets for both health and environmental reasons. Yet this type of diet can often be incredibly time consuming. The laborious processShow More Summary

These Sisters Are Crushing Mental Illness Stigma One Card At A Time

While "Get Well Soon" cards are always appreciated, sometimes the problem isn't that simple. Enter Australian sisters Sam and Trudy, who launched Hope Street Cards, a line of greeting and get well cards specifically for those dealing with mental illness. The sisters began working on the cards after a close friend attempted suicide, Mamamia reports. Show More Summary

The Power of Community in Facing Addiction Across America, On the Road to the DNC -- Part 3

The third stop on our 2,500-mile trek to the DNC in Philadelphia was Denver, Colorado. During the past two weeks we’ve crossed five state lines. As we passed through the wide open plains of Nevada and salt flats of Utah, I couldn’t help but marvel at the vastness and ever-changing beauty of this country. Show More Summary

Separation Anxiety And Leash Aggression: The Top 2 Dog Problems In America

Photo by Marc Khlar, Alfie Does your dog pace when you reach for the car keys, rip a few cushions while you're out, or jump all over you upon re-entry? How about your walks? Is it really your dog who takes you for a walk? Does he drag...Show More Summary

I Don't Need Another Line On My Resume

I don't need another line of my resume. It happens to us all at different times. We realize we are no longer climbing the ladder. The lucky few successful ones want to share their knowledge with others about how to find meaning in life. Show More Summary

7 Signs You Need a Dehumidifier

If you have a home that seems to have a dampness problem, it might be time to look for a dehumidifier. When excess moisture is detected in your home, first you should figure out the cause, then take steps to remedy the problem. Here, we'll look at seven signs that indicate you might need a dehumidifier. 1. Show More Summary

Life 2.0 With Gail Becker

When to Jump, an independent media partner of The Huffington Post, is a curated community featuring the ideas and stories of people who have made the decision to leave something comfortable and chase a passion. At 7 a.m., she caught a plane from New York to Los Angeles. Show More Summary

Grace, Grief And Transparency

"You can't fully heal until you become transparent with yourself." Kristin Meekhof Along our grief journey we all struggle at various times with unexpected tearful moments: we find a special item belonging to our loved one, a vacation photograph falls out of a book, or we see someone who reminds us of the past. Show More Summary

Illuminating The Hallway: A Search For A Life After Cancer (Part One)

Something serendipitous happens when diagnosed with cancer, something magical. When it happens everything aligns to one aching, breathless moment. Time stops. Clarity in all things arrives. In the wake of disaster there's an uncannyShow More Summary

Pokemon Go: Healthy or Deadly?

Whether you are a fan of Pokémon Go or not, no one can ignore its recent surge into global consciousness. In this article, we ask whether its popularity is likely to be positive or negative for the health of humanity. Unless you have...Show More Summary

Things Aren't As Bad As They Seem - An Optimist's View of the World

Bad news abounds these days. Violence. Hate. War. Terrorism. Environmental destruction. Political insanity. It all seems so...bad. And I don't know about you, but when my social media feed is filled with the news it has been of late,...Show More Summary

What will it take to reduce infections in the hospital?

Sanjay Saint, University of Michigan Ebola. Zika. Superbugs resistant to antibiotics. The headlines brim with news of infectious threats. Our lawmakers just battled over more than $1 billion in funding for Zika, the mosquito-borne virus that has caused serious birth defects in at least nine babies born in the U.S. Show More Summary

Yoga And Running: Tips To Make You A More Joyful Runner, From My Weekend At Kripalu

You know how great you feel at the end of your run, especially if you've crossed a finish line. But what about at the start? Or in the middle? When we were kids we ran everywhere. Please can we get back to running for fun? "You wantShow More Summary

Sexual Self-Esteem: A Short Course

Like all living things, we are inherently sexual beings. Our sexuality is rooted in how we understand and define ourselves, how we perceive others, and how we see the world. Sexuality is a multi-dimensional, complex mix of physiological, interpersonal, cultural, emotional, and psychological factors. Show More Summary

Zero Waste Home

In Zero Waste Home, Bea Johnson shares the story of how she simplified her life by reducing her waste. The book is a how-to guide for reducing as much waste as possible from your life. In this episode of On Books I interview Bea, and...Show More Summary

Orlando/Dallas/Nice: 7 Simple Tips To Reduce Stress

Summer is here, and the kids are out of school. It's the time of year to just sit back and relax. The last thing we need is to be stressed over are the events in Orlando, Dallas and now Nice. The 24-hour news cycle can keep us gluedShow More Summary

What Success Really Means

I was recently invited back to my alma mater to speak to a few classes about my career as an Author/Blogger/Writer, my 'success,' how I've gotten to where I am, lessons I've learned, and so on. When I was asked back, I was told I was...Show More Summary

Urinary Incontinence -- A Pressing Problem

It's startling how many men and women suffer from urinary incontinence -- anywhere from a quarter to a third of Americans have this condition. Urinary incontinence (UI) is the involuntary leaking of urine when you don't intend to go to the bathroom. Show More Summary

Dare To Be 100: Lack Of Progress Report

Three weeks from tomorrow, hopefully, I will be embedded in the chambers of the Stanford Hospital awaiting a colleague who will serve to restore my heart beat to its normal sinus rhythm, NSR, via an ablation procedure. About a year ago I casually noted that my pulse had become irregular, like a car with a flat tire. Show More Summary

5 Reasons Fitness Is Important In Dating And Relationships

Dating through apps and online can sometimes feel like being caught in a constant current, treading water just to stay afloat. But when you know that you and the faces you are searching share a similar or common priority, it can make the search a little easier, almost like a life raft being thrown to you. Show More Summary

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