Health & Wellness
- Written by Suzy Cohen Suzy Cohen
Do you currently strive to be superhuman — always loving, kind, and generous? Do you demand this of yourself, in all of your relationships? Inside you may feel resentful, burnt out, and unappreciated.
Although screening for colorectal cancer has been shown to decrease deaths from the disease, only about two-thirds of Americans are up to date with screening.
- Written by Jonny Bowden, Ph.D., CNS Jonny Bowden, Ph.D., CNS
Just about every article on healthy aging will remind you to eat better, exercise more, get plenty of rest, and make sure you’re getting routine checkups with your dentist and doctor.
- Written by Victor M. Parachin Victor M. Parachin
Mounting scientific evidence from scores of universities strongly suggests that mindfulness not only reduces stress, but also gently builds an inner strength so that future stressors have less impact on our happiness and physical well-being.
- Written by Kevin E. Kip, Ph.D., FAHA Kevin E. Kip, Ph.D., FAHA
The days change when your spouse passes away. The grieving process following this loss doesn’t always move along on a prescribed timeline, as an estimated 10 million Americans suffer from “prolonged, complicated grief.”