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Nurses: Here are 13 Easy Things to Do to Relieve Stress

High stress levels permeate nursing and other healthcare professions perhaps more than any other type of work environment. Here are some tips that may help.
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19 Fun Activities That Help Relieve Stress

Chronic stress can be detrimental to health. Here are 19 engaging activities that can help relieve stress and restore life balance.

Millennial Moms: Social Media Compulsion and ‘Oversharenting’

Many mIllennial moms have a social media compulsion often sharing many photos of their kids (oversharenting). We wondered how this affects their kids.
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Why All the Confusion About Healthy Diets?

There are many reasons why there is so much confusion about healthy diets. They can be boiled down into 3 practical points.
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How Rental Application Fees Contribute to Poverty

Excessive rental application fees may deter qualified low-income tenants from applying for better places to live, trapping them in their current situations.
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How IoT for Senior Care Promotes Autonomy and Social Inclusion

Healthcare IoT can help older people become less isolated by providing them with multi-level connectivity and a number of socialization channels.
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How to Make Managing Diabetes a Good Habit

Although there is no cure for diabetes, there are new tools available to help make managing diabetes a good habit.
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What You Need to Know About MRSA and What to Do About It

Methicillin-Resistant Staph Aureus (MRSA) infections can be difficult to treat because the bacteria are resistant to many different antibiotics.
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Overwhelmed After a Serious Diagnosis? Think Travel

There's a lot think after a serious diagnosis (treatments, doctors' visits & health insurance), but one thing you may want to add is planning some travel.

Is ‘No Pain, No Gain’ Good or Bad When It Comes to Exercise?

We’ve all heard the old adage, ‘no pain, no gain’, when it comes to exercise but could this phrase be doing more harm than good?
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Can Soup Really Keep You Healthy This Winter?

Rather than stocking up on greasy and unhealthy foods this winter, you can indulge in a nutrient-packed soup to help keep you healthy and satisfied.
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Children’s Screen Time: How Much Is Too Much?

Access to the internet has expanded our children's horizons but also has downsides. Screen time should be limited for their physical & emotional health.

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