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2. What Causes Fatigue?

The key to resolving any chronic health condition is to discover the root causes and then supply the body with the needed raw materials to correct any deficiencies or to bring the body back into balance. Therefore, you will need to become somewhat of a detective, patiently investigating each known

6. Using Positivity Principles in the Face of Adversity

Growth Through Adversity
Any of the principles and tools for remaining positive can seem easy to adopt when times are good. But what about when things go wrong? That’s when these strategies have the potential to help you the most—but it’s also when it can be hardest to commit to using

Short-Term Memory Loss: Part of Aging?

Short-Term Memory Loss: Part of Aging?

Do you feel as if you’ve been experiencing more short-term memory loss lately? Interestingly, what many of us think of as short-term memory—for example, recalling in the afternoon what we had for breakfast that morning—is actually defined by scientists as long-term memory.

Short-term memory is technically limited to information learned and

Insomnia? There’s an App for That

If you’ve ever been unable to fall asleep because your brain is too busy worrying about how desperately you need to fall asleep, or if you dread taking a sleeping aid because you don’t want to feel groggy in the morning, there’s hope outside of a pill bottle: digital cognitive

Alcohol Abuse: When Drinking Becomes a Problem

Alcohol Abuse: When Drinking Becomes a Problem

Full-blown alcohol addiction, commonly known as alcoholism, doesn’t happen all at once. Typically, alcohol abuse—a pattern of harmful drinking—begins the process. Abuse then progresses to dependency and addiction. The danger signs are well understood: They can provide a chance at early intervention, although problem drinkers face many challenges in overcoming

When Psychiatric Disorders Overlap

A diagnosis of depression, anxiety or other psychiatric disorder can be overwhelming on its own. But it’s important to understand that having one mental disorder raises your odds of having additional such conditions.

It’s not uncommon, for example, for someone with depression also to have an anxiety disorder, or for a

Is Laughing Good for You?

Is Laughing Good for You?

There is nothing like the feeling of laughing so hard your stomach hurts. But have you ever wondered: is laughing good you? Studies show that laughter might just be one of the best medicines.

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