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Change the “Why” of Exercise

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3 Really Gross Things About Bathrooms

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The Faults of Fear

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“Doing what you love” shouldn’t be your expectation, it should be thought of as a privilege that requires a lot of work. Some people mistakenly think that their dreams will end up coming to fruition, regardless of how much work they put in. Success is built brick by brick, not all at once. You don’t …

social media sadness

Written by McCall Mecham Have you ever noticed as you’re scrolling through your Instagram feed, double tapping on every other picture, feelings of jealousy, envy, and a little bit of FOMO (fear of missing out)? Your friends went out to get ice cream, didn’t invite you, and have posted about it four times. It appears …

aging in the home

Put Together a Proactive Plan to Help Parents Age in Place Written by Lynda Shrager It isn’t easy watching mom and dad start to slow down and struggle with regular routines. At the same time, it’s also likely that they reject any offers of help or changes to their lifestyle. Forcing the issue will only …

comfort cling

Written by Kieran James Cunningham Ben Franklin once said that those who choose security over liberty deserve neither. He was, granted, talking about matters of state, but his words hold true for relationships as much as they do politics. Many of us reach that stage in our relationship where we have to make a decision …

Everyone knows it’s important to eat the right foods to live a long and healthy life, but many of us fall short of that ideal. We eat on the run, pulling into a drive-through and scarfing down a hamburger on the way to the next appointment. We grab a candy bar at the grocery checkout …

why-nice-brains-finish-last

Depression studies find the “prosocial” brains are more prone to depression Written By Jack Turban      Excerpt from ScientificAmerican.com We all like to think that being kind, responsible, and fair will lead to a happy life. But what if we’re wrong? What if nice guys really do finish last? A new study published in Nature Human …

ketamine

People suffering from treatment-resistant depression, chronic pain, PTSD or suicidal tendencies are finding relief through a drug originally developed in the 1960s as a anesthetic. The drug is called ketamine. Ketamine continues to grow in popularity as an option for alleviating depression and other maladies. Clinics that administer the drug have opened around the country. …

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. …

Written by Taylor Empey – Certified Fitness Trainer & Nutrition Specialist, Salt Lake City In my experience as a seasoned fitness coach, I have helped thousands of people when it comes to accomplishing fitness goals. Whether it be fat loss, muscle building, performance, body image issues, dealing with eating disorders, or battling medical conditions, I’ve …

dessert sugary

Recent studies conclude that high glucose levels can negatively affect memory and impair cognition. One study of more than 4,200 people, conducted by the Boston University School of Medicine, found that those who consumed more sugary drinks had poorer memory and reduced overall brain volume, particularly in the area of the brain that stores short-term …