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March Is National Nutrition Month: Time to Spring Into Health

Many of you are probably feeling guilty for indulging during the Holidays but here is another opportunity to re evaluate those New Year's resolutions. National Nutrition month is the perfect time to re-focus our health needs and kick-start...Show More Summary

I Almost Stopped Believing

I have always thought of myself as being the eternal optimist. No matter what came my way, I was always able to remind myself that whatever happens, it is always for the best. I would see things that I perceived as negatives occurring around me only to realize later that they were necessary in order to have some very positive results. Show More Summary

The Science Behind Daylight Saving Time and Why You Feel Sleep-Deprived

Daylight Saving Time is the first sign that spring is finally on its way. And while most of us look forward to the days staying lighter for longer, the time change can also have a major impact on your sleep. Here's a look at why ourShow More Summary

Healing Vigilante: Thanking a Stranger Who Helped Drastically Change My Life Story

Once upon a time, there was a little girl named Aimee. She had just turned 5. She was petite with mousy brown hair and crooked bangs she had proudly cut herself. Her mother was about to step out and she couldn't wait to run upstairs and grab the stash of matches she'd hidden in the desk. Show More Summary

10 Steps to Looking 5 Years Younger This Spring

No matter your age, we all want to turn the clock back when it comes to how we look. We spend money on creams, pills, potions and books -- all searching for that elusive fountain of youth. While we know the handiwork or a good plastic surgeon often goes a long way, for many of us, it is a last option on the road to beauty. Show More Summary

Angelina Jolie, Revealing Your Ovary Removal Surgery Will Save Women's Lives

Angelina -- going public with your decision to remove your ovaries and fallopian tubes after an ovarian cancer scare was both courageous and of great service to other women. Thank you. Angelina Jolie, thank you for writing a very personal...Show More Summary

The Hidden Brilliance of Late Risers

If you're a late riser, there's a good chance that you have, at one point, been made to feel inferior to the seeming moral superiority of your early riser friends and colleagues. Unlike early birds (people who have a genetic tendency...Show More Summary

5 Ways to Love Your Depressed Friend

Depression. Have you been there? Those who have aren't likely to forget it. Basic tasks become cumbersome monsters, impossible to conquer. Brushing your teeth can feel like a marathon. Sunshine is offensive. Rainy days make it worse. My best friend suffers terribly from depression. Show More Summary

The Angelina Jolie Pitt Factor

Last night, I received an email alert from the New York Times with an article entitled, "Angelina Jolie Pitt: Diary of a Surgery." My first thought was, "Here we go again." As you may recall (who in the world doesn't), two years ago,...Show More Summary

6 Empowering Mantras Everyone Should Try

We already know the incredible benefits of meditation, and using a mantra can be a simple, profound (and totally free) way to impact your meditation practice and overall life. These mantras are designed to help you tap into the potential...Show More Summary

4 Things I Learned From My Wife's Cancer Scare

Marriage vows are promises that we make to our soon-to-be spouses during the wedding ceremony. Most of us say these things with all intentions of reaching 'until death do us part'... But, what happens when "in sickness and in health" becomes a relevant vow much earlier than you expected? Do you stay or walk away? This was the case in my marriage. Show More Summary

Obesity and Food Addiction: It's Not About Willpower

While it's nationally recognized that we are in the midst of an "obesity epidemic," our response remains gravely inadequate. Imagine handling the ebola epidemic by saying to those who contracted the disease, "Try harder not to get sick." Despite...Show More Summary

I Need a Me for Me!

For years I have been searching, seeking, asking, everyone, anyone... feeling so desperate, scared, alone and at times just plain old crazy. I jumped from coach to coach, psychic to psychic, anyone that could give me the answers... This...Show More Summary

Justice for All?

On my honor, I will never betray my badge, my integrity, my character, or the public trust. I will always have he courage to hold myself and others accountable for our actions. I will always uphold the constitution my community and the agency I serve. These words are the Law Enforcement Oath of Honor. Show More Summary

By Saying Yes, You're Saying No

At the exact moment we say "yes" to something, we are saying, "no" to something else.  Every moment we have a choice, where we direct our focus in this moment is our choice. By directing our focus to positive inspiring and upliftingShow More Summary

A Fresh Perspective

Beautiful ideas Pathways of light Embody my soul Relinquish my ego Perspective. An array of light A hinder, a fever, A cleansing period, Perspective. You make me one Make me whole Only when I am able o get in the know, As strong as the...Show More Summary

3 Tricks for Making Your Good Habits Stick

Despite the best of intentions, our motivation to stick to our healthier habits tends to steadily decline with time. New Year's resolutions fade away by February, diets don't last beyond a few weeks, and budgets tend to get blown within a month or two of creating them. Show More Summary

Unplug Yourself and Cruise: You'll Learn a Little More About Your World

Today it is nearly impossible to go a whole hour without responding to a text, email, or checking social media on your cellphone. After starting this post I put my phone on silent and set it face down. I feel like my phone is constantly interrupting me while I'm trying to work. Show More Summary

Have Research Ethics Committees Got It Wrong? A New Study Looks at What Participants in Medical Research Actually Want

Co-authored by Susan E. Kelly and Barbara Prainsack Traditionally, the "gold standard" of informed consent for participation in medical research entails that participants need to consent to every new research study, which means that they need to be contacted and re-consented each time. Show More Summary

Top 10 Things Every Alzheimer's Caregiver Should Have

I ask myself this question every single day. Sometimes my answers might change. It depends on the day, but these 10 things? They never change. Most learn to be a caregiver just like I did... Flying by the seat of my pants in the dark! I've made a list of the top 10 things you need to be a great caregiver. Show More Summary

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