Wellness Blog

Kick the Cold and Flu this Season with These Kid-Friendly Health Tips & Tricks

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In a good year, cold and flu season can be a stressful time for families. Kids are natural germ-magnets, and runny noses seem to be as consistent with the holidays as turkey dinner is with Thanksgiving. 

This year is projected to be an extra prevalent year for seasonal illnesses [1]. Spending 2020 safely avoiding COVID-19 had us masked, socially distanced, and dramatically reducing our contact with others—and consequently, other bacteria and viruses. This lack of contact leads to a drop in cold…

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Five Myths About Brain Health

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Brain health and maintenance is a widely discussed, widely referenced topic—by medical professionals and scientific researchers, in pop culture, and between family and friends. Yet, with all the information out there, and the many avenues for accessing it, brain health is also a topic that’s rife for misunderstanding. In this article, we’ll address a few of the most common myths about brain health, shining a bit of light into the muddied waters of the mind.

Our DNA is our Brain-Health De…

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Focus on Rhythms, Not Resolutions This New Year

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As 2021 comes to a close and a new year stretches before us, New Year’s Resolutions rise to the top of people’s minds. We find ourselves asking, “What can I do to be healthier this year than last?” “What creative methods can I employ to inspire myself to reach my goals?”

All of a sudden, we’re committing to daily high-intensity workouts at the gym (to which we’re now members), to giving up sugar, alcohol, and caffeine, and to joining a 30-day juice cleanse—all to prove to ourselves that we’re d…

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