Imagine the postal carrier delivers a package to your home. Inside you find a beautiful crystal heart and a note. With excitement you open the card to see who sent this beautiful gift. Although the handwriting is impeccable, you have difficulty reading it. The card is signed “Love, Betty,” but you do not know who […]
A hard day at the office, a rude comment, heavy traffic, everyday hassles—it can all put you in a bad mood. But those aren’t the only things affecting your attitude. What you eat can also affect your mood and your risk of depression. People often turn to food for comfort during difficult times, but certain […]
I Am a Survivor: Claire Mason Claire Mason was born with a serious autoimmune disease, which led to the diagnosis of several other life-altering conditions early in her life, including type 1 diabetes and multiple sclerosis. But in spite of her health problems, Claire was able to enjoy a relatively normal adolescence. By her mid-20s, she […]
Leah Lambart has suffered from migraines for as long as she can remember. But five years ago, soon after she left her full-time job to stay home with her 2-and-a-half-year-old son and 4-month-old daughter, her headaches became debilitating, kicking off a cascade of stress-related health problems. “I wasn’t taking great care of myself,” Lambart says. […]
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