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Getting older used to promise good things. The giddy, euphoric feelings of first love. A driver’s license. Freedom. Until…it didn’t. When things like wrinkles, creaking joints, and a fuzzier memory started coming along…that’s when the panic (usually) sets in.  But you don’t have to get caught in the undertow; here are 5 tips that’ll help...
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“My loneliness is killing me.”  If you’ve been relating to Britney Spears’ “Baby One More Time” lyrics more than ever, you’re (somewhat ironically) in good company.  Nearly 1 in 4 adults worldwide have reported feeling very or fairly lonely, says a 2023 Meta-Gallup survey.   While the cause of our loneliness epidemic is still fiercely debated—conjectured...
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Most of us think we'll have to actively do something to achieve wellness. Things like … Sticking to a regular exercise routine Swapping out calorie- and trans-fat-laden ultra-processed foods with nutritious, fresh whole foods Improving sleep hygiene to get at least 7 hours of quality shut-eye every night But what if you could attain wellness...
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Imagine waking up in the morning and suddenly being transported to the middle of the night—it would be quite disorienting, right? That's how our body feels when we cross time zones rapidly. It takes time for the body’s internal clock to sync up to a new schedule, and the groggy days and restless nights that...
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Food is not just for survival; it should also make us feel good. Unfortunately, some of our go-to foods have been shown to negatively affect brain health and send us into a state of doom and gloom. Here are the top 10 foods to avoid if you want to keep your spirits high. 10 Foods...
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Preserving your memory—whether working, short-term, or long-term—is quintessential to living a meaningful and fulfilling life. But how can you stay out of the clutches of age-related cognitive decline? While memory decline is common with increasing age (research suggests it could happen as early as middle age!), it's not inevitable. You can take active steps to...
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You may have heard of the gender pay gap, but there’s another gap in our society that negatively impacts women. It’s the gender research gap—an ongoing problem where women’s experiences and unique health issues are overlooked in medical research studies.  The gap happens because women have been historically underrepresented in research, with the majority of...
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Some people couldn’t live without the energy and satisfaction they get from their daily spin or HIIT classes. Others couldn’t think of a worse way to spend their time.  If exercise is an essential healthy habit for all of us, why do some people hate it? If you’re one of those people who’d rather do...
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How often have you spat out hurtful words during a conversation, only to realize that you’ve sorely misunderstood the other party’s intentions? Oh, the suffocating shame and guilt. So many relationships are unintentionally hurt in this way. If only you could swallow back your words!  While you cannot undo the initial hurt, you can actively...
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Have you ever wondered why some people are more sprightly at 85 than others at 55? Does it really all come down to lucky genes, or do they have a secret pass to the fountain of youth? While we have yet to discover an actual mystical spring of eternal vitality, research in anti-aging and longevity...
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5 Ways to Reduce Stress in 5 Minutes or Less Managing stress is a lifestyle, not a quick fix. But we all have those moments when we need to calm down fast.  When time is of the essence, we can calm our minds by first shifting our bodies into a state of relaxation. Research shows...
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Sometimes staying focused can feel like walking through mud with stilettos on; you spend all your effort to move forward but keep getting stuck. What can you do when you’re motivated to make progress, but your brain fails to cooperate?  We often think of focus as a measure of our productivity. But more importantly, how...
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