Exercise not only helps you live longer - it helps you live better. In addition to making your heart and muscles stronger and fending off a host of diseases, it can also improve your mental and emotional functioning and even bolster your productivity and close relation...

The old phrase may state that "nobody's perfect" but that doesn’t stop people from trying! And trying to be perfect can trigger a cascade of anxieties.

 

Perfectionism is not necessarily a bad thing. It can be seen as a strong suit or a stumbling block, depending on how...

 

While many may associate yoga with limb-bending contortions, appropriate only for the super-flexible and spiritual, yoga has benefits for everyone. Yoga focuses on achieving peacefulness of body and mind, and can help reduce stress, improve fitness, manage chronic con...

 

New research is showing what dog owners already know - having a dog is good for your heart! But it's more than just those warm and fuzzy feelings; having a dog might actually improve heart health.

 

In 2013, the American Heart Association (AHA) issued a scientific state...

With the holiday season upon us, the most important gift we can give to our family, friends and loved ones is the chance to connect on a deep and meaningful level. This means turning off our devices and giving others our full attention, empathy, love and support. Meani...

 

 

All of us feel angry at certain points in our lives. However, anger can become a real problem when it affects your personal health and relationships. It's important to learn how to deal with anger in a positive way. The Mayo Clinic offers ten tips to help you blow of...

 

 

Stressed about the holidays? You may want to exercise. Virtually any form of exercise, from aerobics to yoga, can act as a stress reliever. You don’t have to be an athlete; even a little exercise can go a long way in helping you manage stress. Here are some more bene...

What is cyberchondria? As the cyber denotes, it is related to the Internet. Cyberchondria is characterized as “excessive health anxiety generated by online searches.” It is a new form of hypochondria, which is defined as worry over an imagined illness with exaggeration...

Happiness –How do we define it? It is not as easy as you might think.  Happiness is contentment, but it also includes feelings of self-worth and dignity. Measuring happiness is not easy either. You may be surprised that happiness has long been studied by economist and...

 

“Narcissistic” is a term that tends to get used loosely, often describing people who appear to be selfish or self-admiring. However, there is a big difference between having the tendency to admire oneself and having an actual personality disorder, which is what narcis...

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