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Loneliness: A Modern Epidemic

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Is it Ever Okay to Cut Ties With Your Own Flesh and Blood?

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30 Ways to Make This Summer Different Than All the Others

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Written by Kayley Meden As summer persists, what better way to enjoy your day than taking a hike? Not only is it a good means of exercise, but a recent study shows that taking a hike or walk through nature can not only lighten your mood and be a source of peace and quiet, but …

apple cider vinegar

Exploring the true and false of apple cider vinegar. Written by Caitlin Schille Apple cider vinegar has been used as a home remedy for many years, but lately it has been gaining traction as the latest fad in a long line of health trends. With rapidly changing information and differences in “expert” opinion, it can …

At Your Finger Tips

The Underutilized Power of Touch Written by Michael Richardson | Healthy-Mag.com Touch is the red-headed step child of our senses when it comes to human interaction. Look at me, hear me speak, smell my fragrance, but don’t you dare touch me. Blame our litigious habits, our increasingly electronic communication or our girthy American personal bubbles. …

  Hands-on time 5 min Total time 5 min Category other Seasons summer spring winter fall     Budget $   Servings 4 Viewing Gatheredtable’s library Recipe inspired by Let’s Regale Blog Ingredients 3/4 cup pineapple 3/4 cup papaya 1 frozen banana 1/4 cucumber (with skin) 1 1/4 cup chilled coconut water 2 1/2 cups …

Food-borne illness, more commonly called food poisoning, sure packs a wallop. With severe flu-like symptoms that attack suddenly, it can ground even the healthiest of individuals. Unlike the seasonal flu, food poisoning can attack at any time and in any place. Food poisoning can have several causes. One of these is cross-contamination—for instance, when a …

addiction

Looking beyond the chemical hook of a drug Written by Caitlin Schille For decades, the established and accepted cause of drug addiction has been that the drugs themselves cause biological changes in a person’s body and mind, leading them to feel the need for more of the substance. But a newer body of research is …

How Your Job Makes You Dumber Written by Michael Richardson | Healthy Magazine If you feel like work melted your brain today, you might be right. Researchers over the decades have striven to understand the brain and cognitive functioning. As this understanding has grown, we now know that certain workplace behaviors may actually inhibit our …

Developing Mental Toughness

A Resilient Mind: Can you roll with the punches and bounce back? Water buoys are defiant by nature. Try to sink them, and they won’t be drowned, be it by swimmers, boats or enormous waves. Embracing the resilient nature of a buoy is a process of decades or maybe a lifetime for us humans. Resilience …

Juicing Trends

Juicing benefits for the long-term health-nut Written by Heather Hooke Juicing has this stigma that only the health guru who has way too much time on their hands actually does it. But the truth is, with the growing number of word-of-mouth testimonies combined with celebrity endorsements, a lot more people are following this health routine. …

kitchen cleanliness guide

Would the government let people eat in your home if you were a restaurant? By Angela Silva You feel a sense of pride after finishing a home-cooked meal that leaves your family finger-licking and asking for more. You enjoy teaching your kids how to bake and cook, and sometimes letting them experiment on their own. …