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Why I'm On A Mission To Make A Positive Impact In Healthcare

I am not a doctor, nurse, physical therapist, specialist, EMT, paramedic, or healthcare professional. However, I do have some medical knowledge -- and it’s all based on personal experience. I may not have a medical degree or a nursing...Show More Summary

Your Complete Guide To Mindfulness

Photo by Dylan Luder By Alison Feller for Life by Daily Burn Does your Monday-Friday grind mean an onslaught of meetings, appointments and responsibilities? Us too. Our "go-go-go" society has glorified being busy: working lean, swift...Show More Summary

Competitive Indoor Skydiving Is a Real Thing, and It's Totally Insane

When asked about extreme sports, I've always said, "I'll never pay to jump out of a plane, but I would try that indoor skydiving thing. It looks safe and easy!" But after seeing this video of a professional indoor skydiving competition, that impression has completely changed. Show More Summary

The Mantra That Will Help You Live a Happier and More Vibrant Life

The best advice I can give on how to be happy is to manage your emotional weight. This means that while you might not be feeling happy all the time (and what a relief to not have the pressure of walking around like little Ms. Sunshine 24/7!), you've at least owned whatever mood you truly are in and feel lighter because of it. Show More Summary

Curvy Model Barbie Ferreira Ups Aerie's Body-Positivity Game (VIDEO)

Post by Caroline Olney. It's been almost two years since Aerie pledged to stop retouching their models, and we've loved every creased, blemished, and wrinkled body we've seen since then. Even so, Aerie has mostly stuck with traditionally...Show More Summary

R2R2R Training: Weeks 6 & 7

Happy Monday! Hope everyone had a great weekend! For my part, this weekend was stupidly busy. It’s all fun,… The post R2R2R Training: Weeks 6 & 7 appeared first on Just a Colorado Gal.

Mayo Clinic Radio: Epilepsy/Improving Health Care Outcomes/Parathyroid Disorders

Temporary confusion... a staring spell... tingling or numbness... uncontrollable jerking of the arms, legs or body. All these are signs and symptoms of epilepsy. Each year, about 150,000 people in the U.S. are diagnosed with epilepsy. On the next Mayo Clinic Radio, neurologist Dr. Gregory Cascino discusses epilepsy treatments that allow many […]

Thriving After Bullying: A True Story

People who meet me today often don't believe that I was a victim of bullying for most of my young life. From the age of about 10 until I switched schools at the age of 17, I was teased mercilessly by the "cool" kids. The taunts ranged from the banal (like making fun of my clothes... Show More Summary

Mayo Clinic Minute: What to Do if Your Baby Has Eczema

Childhood eczema is no fun for the little ones who suffer from it. The chronic skin condition, also called atopic dermatitis, causes red, scaly, itchy patches to erupt on the skin. Many parents and caregivers avoid bathing children who have eczema for fear of drying out the skin and making the situation worse. Experts from […]

Friday Faves

Hi friends! Happy Friday <3 Thank you so much for sharing your experiences on the family page, and for your love and support on the wine date post. It’s can be nerve-wracking to go out on a limb, but I’m always glad when I do. I’ve felt a lot of mixed emotions over the past […]

Winter Hazard: Carbon Monoxide Poisoning

When winter storms hit and the thermometer drops, homes are buttoned up tight as people try to stay warm. Unfortunately, it's also a time when cases of carbon monoxide poisoning rise. The invisible, odorless gas claims about 500 lives each year. Symptoms may include headache, dizziness, vomiting, chest pain and confusion. If you or someone […]

Mayo Clinic Radio: Headaches/Ebola Update/Newborn Care Tips

A headache is usually just a minor inconvenience. But some headaches... including migraines... can ruin your whole day. On the next Mayo Clinic Radio, neurologist Dr. Michael Cutrer discusses the different types of headache, what causes them and how they're treated. Also on the program, the West African Ebola epidemic has been declared […]

Life at 100 Percent

The sun shone bright on a huge blanket of snow. It was a cold morning with temperatures touching freezing point yet a serpentine queue stood outside the doors of Bear Valley Mountain. The resort hosted an array of skiers who had driven several miles up the beautiful Central Sierra Mountain to enjoy nature's abundance of snow. Show More Summary

Mayo Clinic Minute: Incontinence Affects Men and Women

More than half of all people over the age of 65 suffer from incontinence, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. They can't control urination and have to tolerate embarrassing moments of leaking urine or sudden urges to go to the bathroom. Incontinence doesn't discriminate. Women and men both suffer from it. Vivien Williams has more […]

Two Ways Yoga Could Benefit Alzheimer's

Nerve Growth Factor (NGF) is a protein that protects brain neurons and is significantly reduced in people with Alzheimer's. Now for the first time, breakthrough research reveals NGF can be increased with yoga breathing. Alzheimer's disease occurs in older adults and causes memory loss, confusion and eventually death. Show More Summary

An Economist Breaks Down Single Payer Healthcare

Single payer healthcare proposals, similar to the one Democratic Presidential Candidate Bernie Sanders has created as part of his campaign platform has seen stark opposition lately from other Democrats. The opposing arguments for single...Show More Summary

5 Ways to Enhance Your Problem-Solving Skills

A key part of living a life we love, I believe, comes from finding solutions to problems in our lives. Today we, as a global community, are face climate change; warfare; economic; inequalities; and out of whack work-life balance situations. Show More Summary

What Happened When I Got Tired of Making Excuses and Said 'Yes' to Sex

A wise man once gave me advice at a wedding that the days would be long, but the years would be short. Indeed, I have found over the last 20 years of my relationship that it's easy to get overwhelmed by the minutia that is our daily life... Show More Summary

What You Learn In Your 20s

On Sunday November 2, I turned 30. The panic of turning 30 and not having made babies, under 30 lists and millions of dollars is replaced by the feeling you get after you've cried your heart out for an ex lover: emptiness. Looking back...Show More Summary

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