Archive | December, 2014

New Year’s Resolutions Nobody Makes, But Probably Should

January 1 is just around the corner—a new year, a clean slate. Time to start making your New Year’s resolutions. But this time, let’s set goals that you can actually stick to. Here are 5 New Year’s resolutions that no one makes, but probably should. To a happier, healthier you this year! 1) Find a […]

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How To Stay Healthy Over The Holidays If You Have A Chronic Condition

The holidays are filled with parties, food, and drinks galore. If you have a chronic condition like diabetes, obesity, or high blood pressure, you’ll need to take extra precaution when enjoying the festivities if you want to stay out of the hospital. Here are 5 tips for staying healthy over the holidays. 1. Take a walk […]

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Teen Suicide: What Parents Can Do Before Its Too Late

It’s one of the most devastating scenes imaginable: A parent or sibling walks into a teenager’s room. Instead of finding him playing video games or chatting online, he’s lying there—with an empty pill bottle nearby. Or sometimes the scene is even more dreadful: The teen has hanged herself, shot herself or used some other violent […]

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