Time to worry? Recent studies of mental health on college campuses has indicated that there is a growing segment of college students who show signs of mental illness. Oftentimes, there are many resources that troubled students have access to, but they often don’t due to the feeling that they are “weak” or “crazy.”
Thank goodness alternative stress reducers are keeping pace with stressors, even stressors you may be overlooking. Take a couple of minutes to massage your ears and help relieve yourself of those horrible stress hormones. Learn other alternative stress reducers and unexpected stress creators.
Are you prepared for the emotional stages of retirement? You may have plenty of financial preparation for this stage in your life, but the less-discussed mental aspects of retirement have as much to do with a successful retirement as finances. This list provides a primer on potential emotional stages or retirement.
When it comes to developing healthy living habits, the younger we learn to do the right things, the longer we’re likely to live.
In the health and wellness arena, everyone talks about engaging consumers, but are we clear about what we’re asking people to do?
With the spread of obesity, poor eating habits, and inactivity around the world, how will we reverse this trend and begin to beat diabetes?
Take charge with these spring cleaning tips to make your home a healthy haven. It’ll do wonders for your physical and mental health!
Today is National Pet Day, which gives us an opportunity to talk about some of the amazing animals participating in animal assisted therapy. programs.
There’s no silver bullet to all the world’s common ailments, but there are steps we can take to get a bit healthier each day.
Science is increasingly shedding light on the life-altering, even life-threatening effects that head trauma and brain injuries can have.