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Health Contributions in History: Celebrating Jack Lalanne, The Godfather of Fitness

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Jack LaLanne lived nearly a century, and in that time, he motivated millions to embrace physical fitness and good nutrition to help improve their lives. He often said, “Exercise is king, nutrition is queen, put them together, and you’ve got a kingdom.” As the man that started the fitness revolution in America, he’s lovingly known...

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How To Calm Your Racing Brain and Fall Asleep Faster

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Have you ever put your head on your pillow, hoping for sleep to come quickly? But your wired mind, obsessing over your work or family problems, just perhaps it just won’t let you relax. Not quickly falling asleep is one of life’s cruelties, exhausted from the day yet knowing sleep won’t come for minutes or...

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All the Ways Exercise Boosts Your Brain Power

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One thing we all know, exercise is an essential part of living a healthy lifestyle. But did you also know that regular exercise has massive benefits for your brain health and, by extension, your cognitive ability? Exercise positively impacts your mood, focus, memory and even improves your ability to sleep soundly. Elevated GABA and Glutamate...

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Health Contributions in History: Celebrating the Dali Lama: Messenger of Joy

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Joy is the reward, really, of seeking to give joy to others. When you show compassion, when you show caring, when you show love to others, do things for others, in a wonderful way you have a deep joy that you can get in no other way. – The Dali Lama The Dalai Lama is...

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Save Your Summer Vacation – 6 Ways to Avoid Getting Sick While Traveling

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I dream about my summer vacations – leaving the daily grind behind to enjoy myself with family and friends in a breezy, beachy place. But my excitement has often been ruined by a widespread vacation complaint; I get sick. Now, vacations are supposed to be relaxing and rejuvenating – so what’s up? There’s a preponderance...

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Health Contributions in History: Celebrating Dr. Sara Josephine Baker, The Life Saver

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At a time and in a field that barely tolerated women, Dr. Sara Josephine Baker was a pioneer in public health and a champion of preventative medicine. Dr. Baker saved countless immigrant lives by forming measures that reduced maternal, infant, and child mortality. Her work with poor mothers and children became a model for cities...

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7 Fun Grown-Up Summer Bucket List Ideas

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This post-pandemic summer, you deserve to make it the most fun ever and an excellent place to start – checking off a few bucket list adventures. If you don’t have ideas of your own and need some inspiration, take a look at our suggestions below. This grown-up list will get you out of the house...

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Health Contributions in History: Indra Devi, Mother of Western Yoga

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“Yoga means union, in all its significances and dimensions.” – Indra Devi Yoga has been shown to have numerous health and wellness benefits. Yoga has become increasingly popular to help improve your flexibility, strength, and posture, helping reduce muscle and body pain.  A consistent practice of Yoga also helps reduce anxiety, depression, and stress levels,...

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Breathe Easier with these 7 Seasonal Allergy Essential Tips

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If you’ve got seasonal allergies, you’re probably struggling with fierce coughing, sneezing, and watery eyes this year, more so than in the past. Of all the things that can cause allergic reactions, pollen is the most widespread. And due to persistently hotter and hotter weather, pollen production has been heavier and lasting longer year over...

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Health Contributions in History: Mister Rogers, Children’s Mental Health Champion

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“I give an expression of care to each child every day to help him realize he is unique. I end this program by saying you’ve made this day a special day by just your being you. There’s no person in the whole world like you. And I like you just the way you are.” Fred...

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Bacopa Monnieri: The Powerful Nootropics Your Brain Shouldn’t Be Without

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  Bacopa monnieri – also known as Brahmi – is an herb native to India, Asia, and South America. Its use dates back centuries in Ayurvedic medicine to help with numerous diseases, promote healthy longevity, and help avoid decline associated with aging. Today Bacopa monnieri is recognized as a highly promising nootropic. Nootropics are nutritional...

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Ready, Set, Summer: 9 Tips & Tricks to Get Your Body Ready Now

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It’s spring – and you know what that means – time to shed your winter layers. Soon enough, you’ll be showing off your shorts, tank tops, and, dare I say it – bikinis and swimsuits. But if you’ve packed on 15+ while laying low through Covid in 2020 – you are not alone – and...

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