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Caring for an ill spouse

July 29, 2013
Life can be very unpredictable. Everything in a relationship could be fine one moment, and, in an instant, it could all change. A wife starts showing signs of illness. The wife rests for a few days, but, she does not...

Why you should stop trying to be happy

May 30, 2013
Lately I hear a lot of people saying things like, "I'm just trying to find happiness," or "Someday my life will be better and then I'll be happy." Clearly happiness is...

Motivation to Move in the Morning

May 20, 2013
The thought of sweat-inducing exercise can be a very daunting but it is essential to healthy living and if ignored, could lead to numerous complications. The best approach to take when it comes to exercise is to get it...

What is wellness?

March 7, 2013
So often we associate wellness with physical health; but it encompasses more than just our, what is wellness?The Mosby's Medical Dictionary defines wellness as, "a dynamic state of health in which an individual progresses...

Fish oil reduces hostility and aggression by 34%

February 21, 2013
A body of research points to the crucial role omega-3 supplements play in mental health well-being. The most interesting point is what happened to the group who received the placebo. Within a three-month...

Harness technology for your health and well-being

October 21, 2012
We don't need to "exercise" to be active. Walking, taking the stairs, vacuuming, shuttling laundry, and other activities keep us moving. Likewise, prolonged sitting, lack of sleep, and dehydration don't add to the total...

Art and longevity: going public with Chris Haberman

July 10, 2012
If wondering what the heck relates longevity with art, consider the actions of one’s HPA-axis. The Hypothalamus, Pituitary and Adrenal glands are believed to affect digestion, stress response, mood, sexuality, emotions, immunity and energy. One sign of...