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Electrolytes—A Hangover Cure?

Electrolytes—A Hangover Cure?

  Who hasn’t been there: You were out celebrating at a Christmas party with your friends last night, and before you knew it, you had one glass of bubbly too many … No...
Magnesium May Be the Key to Better Sleep

Magnesium May Be the Key to Better Sleep

  For the past year or so, it has been somewhat of a goal of mine to sleep about 7 hours every day. So far, I have done a pretty decent job of keeping up with it, wit...
Your Body on Anxiety

Your Body on Anxiety

  Maybe you are about to take an important test, or supposed to speak in front of a large gathering, or get onto an airplane… and there it is: Your ice-cold hands sha...
How Negative Emotions Influence Relationships

How Negative Emotions Influence Relationships

  Throughout the day, people spend every waking minute thinking about what’s going on within them and around them. Thousands of thoughts passing through our heads – s...
Antidepressant Foods: Eating for Mental Health?

Antidepressant Foods: Eating for Mental Health?

A new field of research called Nutritional Psychiatry focuses on how the food you digest affects your thoughts and mental health. A study from last year revealed some of the top foods that are thought to help with depressive thoughts and behaviors.
Emotional Resilience, Part 2: Tips on How to Build It

Emotional Resilience, Part 2: Tips on How to Build It

Emotional resilience is something that you can build upon throughout the course of your life. Integrate these helpful tips into your routine and you may begin to notice some positive changes in your life.
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