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May, 2022

  • 24 May

    Long COVID: Symptoms and Help for COVID Long Haulers

    Have the aftereffects of COVID-19 left you with fatigue, depression, anxiety, or sleep and concentration problems? Here’s how to recognize post-COVID symptoms and get the help you need. What is long COVID? Long COVID is a condition where the effects of COVID-19 linger for weeks or months after the initial …

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  • 23 May

    Coronavirus Anxiety: Coping with Stress, Fear, and Worry

    Fears about COVID-19 can take an emotional toll, especially if you’re already living with an anxiety disorder. But you’re not powerless. These tips can help you get through this stressful time. Understanding your anxiety It’s a frightening time. We’re in the midst of a worldwide pandemic, with many places at …

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  • 23 May

    Caregiver Stress and Burnout

    The demands of caregiving can be exhausting and overwhelming. But there are steps you can take to rein in stress and regain a sense of balance, joy, and hope in your life. What is caregiver burnout? While caring for a loved one can be very rewarding, it also involves many …

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  • 23 May

    The Diabetes Diet

    Healthy eating can help you prevent, control, and even reverse diabetes. And with these tips, you can still enjoy your food without feeling hungry or deprived. What’s the best diet for diabetes? Whether you’re trying to prevent or control diabetes, your nutritional needs are virtually the same as everyone else, …

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  • 18 May

    Chronic Pain and Mental Health

    Living with chronic pain can affect your mood and outlook, which in turn can affect your perception of pain. But there are ways to break this vicious cycle and reclaim your sense of well-being. The link between physical pain and mental health Physical pain is your body’s way of letting …

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  • 18 May

    Family Caregiving

    As a family caregiver, you face many new responsibilities. Here’s how to find support, overcome challenges, and make caregiving more rewarding for both you and the person you’re caring for. What is family caregiving? As life expectancies increase, medical treatments advance, and increasing numbers of people live with chronic illness …

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  • 18 May

    Walking: An Easy Way to Get Fit

    How to reap the health benefits of walking The next time you have a check-up, don’t be surprised if your doctor hands you a prescription to walk. Yes, this familiar activity is now being touted (along with other forms of regular physical activity) as “the closest thing we have to …

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  • 15 May

    How to Exercise with Limited Mobility

    Don’t let injury, disability, illness, or weight problems get in the way. These chair exercises and other simple fitness tips can keep you active and improve your health and well-being. Limited mobility doesn’t mean you can’t exercise You don’t need to have full mobility to experience the health benefits of …

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  • 13 May

    Health Benefits of Walks with Your Dog

    Dogs need regular exercise to live long and healthy lives. But they’re not the only ones who benefit from regular walks. Here’s how walking with your pooch can benefit you as well. The health benefits of dogs Dogs love going for walks, to the point that many owners take to …

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  • 13 May

    The Science of Sleep: Stages and Cycles

    Circadian Rhythms, Sleep Stages, and Sleep Architecture Your body’s natural daily rhythms are regulated by structures in the brain that help determine when you fall asleep and wake up. People progress through a series of distinct physiological stages during sleep. Each stage of sleep serves an important purpose in keeping …

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