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Dr. Teofilo L. Lee-Chiong Jr., MD, of The National Jewish Hospital in Denver provides an outline to improve your sleep
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An outline to healthy living in a hectic world.
Understanding how past experiences can influence the tone and the progress of your current relationships.
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Barbara Minty, also known as Barbara Minty McQueen, is the widow of American film star Steve McQueen.
Researchers and doctors are sifting through the evidence on medicinal uses of cannabis
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Spiritual travel is attracting travelers inspired to seek deeper knowledge of themselves and the world around them.
Step outside your comfort zone to grow in new directions.
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Cancer Schmancer and other efforts.
Designer Hilary Boyajian creates beautiful, stylish clothing for post-surgical breast cancer patients.
Get compassionate to get happy and healthy.
Yoga instructor Sarah Bergman guides you through a relaxing and soothing nighttime meditation.
Meditative music from musician Chuck Wild’s Liquid Mind V: Serenity.
Meditative music from musician Chuck Wild's Liquid Mind V: Serenity.
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Moderators of online support communities provide support, experience, and insight.
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A new memoir, Magical Journey explores life when your children leave home.
Nurture your spirit to nourish yourself.
Finding support during a child’s cancer treatment
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Living and thriving through the blessings of exercise and family
Owning the beauty of age and experience
Lend Your Voice – Opportunities for patient advocacy abound at every stage of the journey.
Learn to manage that second-guessing voice in your head.
Understand How Complementary Medicine Can Augment or Impair Cancer Care
Hospitals and other care facilities around the country are increasingly incorporating animal therapy.
Let the sound of music drown out your stress.
Look Good, Feel Better
Help your kids move away from the screen and immerse themselves in their tangible surroundings to thrive.
Spending time in nature is critical to overall health and well-being.
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Learn to recognize the signs of stress so you can stop the cycle.
Tap into your inner wisdom.
Deep down inside you know what you want—what you really, really want.
Four stories of professional transformation in the wake of a cancer diagnosis
For many women, juggling professional success and family life presents challenges.
Empathy: The Molecule That Binds Us in a Relationship
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Understanding how habits form can help you adopt new, healthier patterns and meet your health and wellness goals.
Think back to the last day you did not make a to-do list.
Electronics before bed may interfere with sleep.
Find peace through forgiveness.
Our use of color can reflect and even affect our mood.
Caring for Grandkids May Help Women Stay Mentally Fit
Saying a prayer may reduce angry feelings.
The American Academy of Pediatrics gives thumbs down to energy drinks and sports drinks for kids.
Optimists Have Better Health
Say no to noise pollution.
A cancer survivor’s personal mission to educate others about genetic testing brings her story to the big screen.
Saying grace opens the door for gratitude.
The most decorated female Olympic alpine skier, Julia Mancuso skis fast and embraces life with joy and balance.
You have an ill family member or friend.
When was the last time you woke up and couldn’t wait to get to work?
An ongoing series highlighting complementary therapies, adapted from The Complete Guide to Complementary
Gloria Gaynor continues to share her love of performing with the world—along with her dedication to cancer advocacy.
Take things one a time for more peace, less stress.
Complementary therapies are noninvasive, non-pharmacologic adjuncts to mainstream treatment.
Why is it so hard to listen to nice things about yourself?
Our outer world can be a reflection of our inner world.
Make kindness a priority and feel your world shift.
Many women experience anxiety, but few of us pay attention to what it is telling us about our lives.
What if we offered ourselves the same love and kindness we strive to offer others?
Work from home.
Expanding online access points to care providers means more women are booking virtual visits.
Limit worry time to its scheduled time and watch worries disappear.
Finding a church or spiritual center can feel like finding a spiritual home.
How do you choose to use your power?
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In her new book, Valorie Burton shares happiness “triggers” and encourages women to pay forward tips for a happy life.
Learn to be emotionally present to life’s challenges.
Finding the balance between too little and too much anxiety is the key to success.
5 Ways the Positive Feedback Loop Will Rock Your Life
Have you ever wondered why your first glimpse of a patch of crocuses each spring elicits happiness?
In this age of online communication, social media plays a bigger role in many women’s journeys.
Five easy ways to achieve mind-body wellness.
You’ve heard it said that your mind is like a muscle—to keep it sharp you need to exercise it.
Commit to a daily spiritual practice and feel the peace.
Banish stress by taking steps to reduce cortisol.
In the wake of a cancer diagnosis, women will find themselves facing many questions about the journey that lies ahead.
Keeping a journal is a simple, effective way to manage stress.
Yoga instructor, Felice Rhiannon, guides you through a gentle meditation.
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It feels good to do good—to offer your time, skills, and effort for a cause you believe in or a person in need.
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