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Jennifer Landis

Jennifer Landis
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Jennifer Landis, writer and founder of Mindfulness Mama, has been writing for the last decade and holds a BA in journalism. She is an avid goal setter and achiever.

Jennifer’s proudest accomplishments include two all-natural births, running a marathon, successfully making a croquembouche, and running two half marathons.

In addition to The Doctor Weighs In, her writing has appeared in VeryWell Family, Fortune, Scary Mommy, The Huffington Post, and Women’s Running. Tweet her your favorite health tips @JenniferELandis.

Why Positivity is the Best Medicine

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Positivity is a great tool to use in your everyday life. While life is unpredictable and often unstable, your reaction to it doesn’t have to be.
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Seniors: 5 Ways You Can Safely Boost Your Metabolism

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Aging can slow your metabolism, but there are many things you can do to keep your body humming as the years go by. Here are five of them.

4 Reasons Why Water is the Best Beverage

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Water should be your beverage of choice as it is calorie-free, readily available, and has many health benefits.

How to Encourage Adolescent Health Literacy in the Digital Age

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Personal health doesn’t just come naturally, but the knowledge, skills, and habits associated with personal health are best learned during adolescence so that they can solidify into a foundation of good health throughout adult life.

What Men Need to Know About Breast Cancer

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Many men don’t realize that they can get breast cancer. And even if they do, they aren’t on the lookout for any symptoms that would lead to early detection—but early detection is the key to successful treatment.

How to Have a Safe Family Summer Vacation

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Looking for tips on how to keep your home, family, and possessions safe while on vacation? Jennifer Landis help you discover secrets to a safe family vacation.

Top 10 Tips to Keep Your Kids Safe This Summer

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Summer is all about family fun with vacations, barbecues, and time spent at the pool. All that fun, though, also means taking stock of safety needs around the house to make sure fun zones are safe zones, too