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A few days away from the office may help clear your head and leave you feeling more positive about work. But how long does that positivity last once you return? Not long at all, say about two-thirds of respondents to a recent survey conducted by the American Psychological Association....
The effects of trauma can be complex and far-reaching, and no two responses to trauma are exactly alike. According to the American Psychological Association (APA), trauma is generally defined as an overwhelming, life-altering experience that can cause ongoing pain and distress, and sometimes results in post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)...
Take a scroll through Instagram or YouTube and you might think there's nothing skin related you can't do at home—dermaplaning, microneedling, chemical peels, removing all sorts of perceived skin imperfections—and there are plenty of tutorials and professional-grade tools to help you do it. But just because you can, does...
The mother of a 9-year-old Denver boy who committed suicide last week after being bullied went on Facebook to ask people to help stop bullying. She had recently learned her son was gay. Jamel Myles passed away after being taken to the hospital, according to a report from the Denver Office...
With children returning to school, it’s time for parents to return to the early-morning rush to get kids fed and out the door. Despite the stress, breakfast before school remains an important tradition to get children to start their day on the right food. “When kids skip breakfast, they get...
The world’s finest arabica coffee beans are listed by country in no particular order since the biggest factor is personal preference. For example, some people might prefer the winey and fruity acidity of a Kenyan coffee over the classic balance of a Colombian coffee. Others might not. So we’ll...
As kids spend more and more time tethered to gadgets—watching YouTube videos on a tablet or blasting tunes through their headphones—experts are worried about the potential harms these devices might be having on their vision and hearing. Screens and Young Eyes Whether it's technology-based or not, so-called near-work, such as reading...
Parenting millennials The U.S. is the most dangerous country in the developed world to give birth in according to a report. About 50,000 women are “severely injured” during childbirth, and about 700 women die every year. Half of these deaths could have been prevented, as could the injuries, if correct safety...
Wellness inspired experience from Bali The advantages of yoga, an ancient Indian science, remain undisputed. It has long been known to blend physical, mental and spiritual aspects of exercise, and help treat conditions like asthma. But if you’re in a fitness rut and feeling more and more like a human...
Teenagers can be volatile and moody. They can test your patience, push your buttons and leave you questioning your sanity - and theirs. I'm not being flip. Mental-health challenges are a serious - and growing - problem for teenagers: The proportion of 12-to-17-year-olds who said they had recently experienced symptoms...
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