One response to life’s challenges that you don’t want to ignore is stress. It’s fine in small doses, but when it starts taking you over you should seek help right away. A good strategy for making sure it doesn’t get out of control is prevention or stress management techniques.
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Steps toward Reducing Childhood Cancer: Childhood cancer. These two words immediately cause a cringe--especially for parents. It goes without saying that it’s one of the most difficult topics to breach; nobody wants to think about it.
Understanding Schizophrenia: Schizophrenia is a chronic mental disorder that alters a person’s thoughts, feelings, and actions. Today, roughly 1.2 percent of the United States population is affected by the disorder.
Being self-confident is something that is often admired by other people. Self-confident people are the ones who take risks, or do the public speaking. They’re often the ones that seem to overcome any obstacle put in their way. It’s often the case that those with low self-confidence see the others at the place they want to be. They long to be more confident and have the opportunities others have. In reality, it can be tough to be so self-confident, although there are a few things you can do to try and build yourself up. You’ll be pleased to know that self-confidence can be taught and developed over time. Here are a few of the ways you can do that.
6 Mental Health Benefits of Exercise: The physical benefits of regular exercise are fairly obvious and well documented. Along with weight loss and increased energy, exercise can also provide many mental health benefits that the general public is less aware of. Even if you hate the idea of an intense session at the gym, the life-changing improvements to your brain should not be ignored. Most people would likely choose to vegetate on the couch rather than go for a long run. This infographic will hopefully convince you to trade the potato chips for dumbbells. Do you want to feel better about yourself and think more clearly? Then get moving!
Bone Marrow Donation Process: Marrow or "bone marrow" is the soft tissue in the cavities of bones that is involved in the production of all blood cells in the body. Every year, thousands of people need donated marrow to treat a range of diseases and blood disorders.
Preparing for Your Blood Donation: Today, blood donation is in high demand, with someone needing blood every two seconds in the United States. To qualify, blood donors must be at least 17-years-old, weigh at least 110 lbs., and be in good general health. While much of the U.S. population meet these requirements, less than 10 percent of eligible donors donate annually.
Strengthening Doctor-Patient Relationships: Rajiv Samant, MD is a Radiation Oncologist at the Ottawa Hospital Cancer Center in Canada. Aside from medical practice, Dr. Samant co-wrote the 2016 illustrated book, “Smiles from the Clinic: A Humorous Look at Cancer.”
Stay Active This Winter: As we enter the cold months of winter, summer is starting to feel like a distant memory. Shorts and sandals have been replaced with winter boots and ski caps. Sunny days are a rare occurrence, and overcast grey skies have become the norm.
Reducing Fatigue: Do the winter months leave you feeling more tired than usual? Do you wake up feeling groggy and hesitant to start your day? Seasonal affective disorder (SAD), which is brought on by the short, cold months of fall and winter, can cause fatigue.