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Money and Relationships

by Lori Sciame August 7th, 2020
Most people understand that money will factor into a marriage.  How a person handles his or her money, how generous he or she is with it, and even how much money a person earns each month, will all affect the quality of a relationship.  Some statistics proclaim that 7
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Fitness for Improved Mental Health

by Jessica B. July 31st, 2020
There are many ways that movement can help improve your mental health. Whether you are fighting depression, anxiety, or any other illness, combined with treatment under the care of a health professional, fitness can help lead the way to success. Here are some tips to get you moving and to improve your mental health.

All you need is a good pair of shoes and preferably a music device!

1) Walking – A simple stroll around the block can be a great
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The Food and Relationship Connection

by Lori Sciame July 24th, 2020
Most readers understand the overwhelmingly good feelings that correspond with finding a a special someone to love.  Even if one has been in a relationship for quite a while, he or she will surely remember the first few months after meeting his or her soul mate. Remember how falling for someone changes everything? Although seemingly cliche, it's a fact that while falling love, colors seem brighter, life seems easier, and food tastes better (or one doesn't need food at
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  • When Not to Worry

    by Lori Sciame July 17th, 2020
    In today's hyper vigilant society, people often overreact when it comes to health concerns. For instance, have a pounding headache? Don't automatically assume it's a brain tumor. For the most part, many health issues end up being just a normal part of living. Read this post to find out when there's no need to worry about a particular symptom.

    My Head Aches!

    Most headaches do not signal a brain aneurysm or
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  • Retirement Changes Relationships

    by Lori Sciame July 10th, 2020
    A man walks out his office door for the last time after 33 years of employment.  Even though he's excited about not having to wake up each day at 5:30 am, and he professes he won't miss being on call 24/7, he still feels wistful that he has reached the end of his career as a police captain. "Everything changes," he thinks to himself as he places the last
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  • Staying Active Counts

    by Lori Sciame July 3rd, 2020
    Recently, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) announced that 80% of American adults do not get the recommended amount of exercise each day.  This fact will have tragic consequences on the  health status of the US population, including increased cases of cancer, heart disease, and diabetes. As outlined in a May, 2013 CBS News article, "physical inactivity can lead to obesity and Type 2 diabetes, according to
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All health and medical information is provided for educational purposes and is not meant to replace the medical advice or treatment of your healthcare professional.