Month: August 2019

Mental Health

Time spent on smartphones isn’t damaging teens’ mental health, study shows – Digital Trends

Time spent on smartphones isn’t damaging teens’ mental health, study shows  Digital Trends

In the last decade, many commentators have expressed concern over how much time young people, in particular, spend using technology and its potential …

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Meditation

The Benefits of Coffee, Meditation, Ditching Bullet Points, Saying Thank You and More – BedTimes Magazine

The Benefits of Coffee, Meditation, Ditching Bullet Points, Saying Thank You and More  BedTimes Magazine

Perk up, coffee lovers — there’s good news brewing on the java front. If you’re one of those junkies who can’t start the workday without a cup or three of coffee, …

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Healthy Eating

Seven strategies to put your diet on a plant-based path – USA TODAY

Seven strategies to put your diet on a plant-based path  USA TODAY

Nutritional experts provide tips on how to incorporate more whole plant foods into your diet.

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Yoga

No more dingy church basements: This couple has created a beautiful, community yoga studio for people in recov – The Philadelphia Inquirer

No more dingy church basements: This couple has created a beautiful, community yoga studio for people in recov  The Philadelphia Inquirer

Picture a 12-step meeting from the movies or TV. Do you see a church basement with people sitting in folding chairs, sipping bad coffee? That’s not too far from …

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Mental Health

Sutherlands Springs shooting survivor speaks at mental health conference – KSAT 12

Sutherlands Springs shooting survivor speaks at mental health conference  KSAT 12

As part of the 4th Annual Pathways to Hope Conference on mental illness, a survivor and first responder from the Sutherland Springs shooting, along with the …

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Healthy Eating

Why plant-based diets are good for overall health, longevity – INSIDER

Why plant-based diets are good for overall health, longevity  INSIDER

Eat your vegetables. It’s advice anyone’s grandmother might be accused of giving too often. But a new study is providing *fresh* evidence that the age-old diet tip …

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Mental Health

Air pollution now linked to degenerative eye disease and mental health problems in children – NationofChange

Air pollution now linked to degenerative eye disease and mental health problems in children  NationofChange

It seems like nearly every week a new study is coming out to warn us of a new link between air pollution and various health problems. This week two new studies …

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Meditation

Why I Meditate – Omaha Reader

Why I Meditate  Omaha Reader

My first brush with meditation turned out to be something other than meditation. As a sophomore in high school, our Jesuit theology teacher wanted to teach us …

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