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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)...
“If you could do only one thing for the rest of your life, what would it be?” This question, posed by Greg McKeown in his book, Essentialism: The Disciplined Pursuit of Less, stopped me in my tracks. Applying it specifically to work, I wondered what one thing I could...
Being underweight poses several problems to health. In a world where being fashionable is synonymous to being thin the danger of malnutrition, physical defects, a weakened immune system, mental disease and other diseases that could lead to death is very real. The only recourse to get the body back...
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...
A healthy diet involves including in the diet all the food groups that one sees in the food chart. It is eating in variety. It is enjoying life including titillating the palate. The main pitfall of obesity and being unhealthy is sticking to a particular food group day in...
“Punch pillows!” is a common piece of advice children hear regarding how to manage anger. The idea behind this advice is that people have to let their anger out or they’ll explode aggressively. Unfortunately, there’s not a shred of evidence that this is helpful. In fact, “venting” anger tends to rehearse...
When you dream about your skin in summer, you might envision it being tanned, smooth and glowing, but the reality can be somewhat different as you tackle the risk of sweat, sunburn and premature ageing due to the sunny conditions. In a panic, you might think you need to...
There are gazillion ways in the internet and on television shows that tell of successful diet plans. True enough. The problem often is that what works for a group of people may not work for another, but more on that later. The Human Factor Most diet programs will tell you to...
At last count, 28 countries and seven large cities in the USA had moved to introduce a tax on sugary drinks. Potential benefits are clear and include reducing costs from obesity and health-care spending, as well as the potential to increase a healthy life.  When Britain legislated for a...
  Good news for people who use their days off as they're intended — to rest up after a busy week. It turns out those compensatory sleep (especially longer) are far more beneficial than previously thought, according to a Swedish study published in an April 2018 issue of the...
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