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Depression vs. Sadness

Originally posted on   It’s completely natural to feel sad when a loved one, friend or beloved pet dies, or even when you read... More>>

13 Awesome Songs About Addiction and Recovery for a Playlist

Originally posted on   Addiction is a lonely place. Whether struggling with alcoholism, illicit drug addiction, or dependence on prescription... More>>

CBD Edibles Online: 5 Surprising Benefits of Eating CBD

Originally posted on   Gummies, chocolates, mints or taffies. Teas, coffees, juices or even sodas. CBD edibles everywhere these days. But why are... More>>

APAP vs CPAP: Which Therapy Should You Choose?

Originally posted on Debating whether to use APAP vs. CPAP for your obstructive sleep apnea? You are not alone. Most people find it hard to choose which machine is right for them... More>>

Broad Shoulders: How to Get Swimmers Shoulders

Originally posted on   Swimmers shoulders are one of the most sort after physical traits for guys who like to go to the gym. What usually... More>>

6 Secrets to Great Health and Longevity

Originally posted on Man’s ultimate wish is to live longer and be healthier. Within the field of medicine and health, there are discoveries and... More>>

The 4 Main Treatment Options for COPD

Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, or COPD, takes decades to develop. Continued inflammatory attacks on the lungs and airways—such as from smoking—lead to damage in the air sacs or bronchial tubes that cannot be reversed. More>>

The Benefits of CBD for Women

Originally posted on   With the desire to find holistic medicines and treatments growing daily, as well as the increase in health-conscious living, many... More>>

How to Help an Addict That Refuses Treatment

Originally posted on   Helping someone overcome an addiction can be one of the most challenging moments in your life.... More>>

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

Originally posted on   Cognitive-behavioral therapy works to help people with their emotions, thoughts and actions. It is a type of... More>>

Just Keep Breathing: 5 Ways to Prevent an Asthma Attack

An asthma attack can strike at any time and the consequences of it can be fatal. More than 25 million Americans suffer from asthma, and on average 10 people a day die as a direct result from having asthma. For many, an... More>>

Psychotherapy For Addiction Therapy

Originally posted on   Understanding your addiction is one of the first steps toward recovery. However, not... More>>

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy CBT

Originally posted on   Addiction is a mental disease that develops after a period of drug abuse. It’s... More>>

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

Originally posted on   Overall, there are many addiction treatment therapy options to choose... More>>

Joaquin Phoenix & Rooney Mara- Workout, Recovery and Natural Renewal

Originally posted on   Superstar actor, Joaquin Phoenix has been a health enthusiast since he was a... More>>

Good Guidance: How to Find a Life Coach That’s Right for You

There are currently over 53,000 personal coaches worldwide and a third of them are based in the U.S. If you’ve been thinking about hiring a personal coach to help you reach a particular life goal, that number can sound... More>>

Act Fast! 5 Critical Things to Do if You Get a Tooth Knocked Out

Originally posted on   Besides hockey players, nobody really expects to have a tooth knocked out. If you don’t count... More>>

Psychological Effects of Co-Occurring Disorders on First Responders

Originally posted on   Figuring out which comes first, a mental health problem or substance addiction,... More>>

CCAPP Certification: Your First Step to Becoming a Substance Abuse Counselor

Originally posted on   In 2017, nearly 20 million adults across America suffered from substance addiction. And 38% of American... More>>

Complete Oral Health: 8 daily steps for healthy teeth and gums

Originally posted on   Good oral hygiene is pretty much the starting point of good overall health. To keep a healthy mouth you... More>>

Recovery “Growing Pains”

Originally posted on   One thing that no one really tells you when you first get clean and sober, or at least no one told me, is that it’s not just about giving... More>>

Say Goodbye to Heartburn: 8 Ways to Treat or Prevent Acid Reflux

Millions of people suffer from acid reflux. In fact, one in five adults suffers from Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease. However, even those who don’t have serious GERD symptoms can trigger an acid reflux response if... More>>

A Brief Guide to the Canadian Healthcare System

The Canadian healthcare system has been a single-payer system since Tommy Douglas pushed it through in 1966. Under this system, healthcare providers bill the government for treatment. This helps keep costs low and ensures... More>>

Virologist's Book Warns of Coming Lethal Flu Pandemic

(NewsUSA) - Scientists have long held that it will not be weapons of mass destruction that kills the human race, but rather a biological one.Case in point: the flu pandemic of 1918, colloquially known as the Spanish flu,... More>>

Chill Out, Don’t Burn Out

Originally posted on   It can be difficult in the twenty first century to find the ideal work life balance. We can be at work for over eight hours a day with an... More>>

Gout, Explained in Under 2 Minutes

If you’ve got pain, swelling, and redness in just your big toe, you might have gout. Commonly considered a foot problem, this condition is actually a type of arthritis (an umbrella term for all joint diseases). More>>

5 Lifestyle Tweaks to Help Manage COPD

Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease—more commonly called COPD—is certainly a challenging condition that makes breathing difficult. But making the right lifestyle choices can significantly reduce the effect that COPD has... More>>

Individual Disability Insurance: Why You Need It and How to Get It

Are you one of the 58% of Americans who have less than $1,000 in savings? If you answered yes to this question, have you thought about what you would do if a medical condition left you unable to work? Would you and your... More>>

Recovery for an Injured Athlete: A Guide to Sports Injuries

When you’re a competitive athlete, getting injured is a devastating experience. The reality of not being able to participate in your sport for weeks or even months is almost as excruciating as the pain of the injury. ... More>>

Copper Can Help You Cope with Colds

(NewsUSA) - Finding relief for the common cold remains frustrating for doctors and cold sufferers alike. However, a simple copper device may help prevent colds and reduce the spread of infection.The science behind the... More>>

Why Floodwater Is So Dangerous—and How to Protect Yourself

When the threat of a flood looms, most people initially worry about the water damage. While it’s true that floodwaters can be destructive to homes and yards, that’s not the only thing you need to worry about: The water... More>>

Mental Health After Hurricane Maria: Implications for the Climate Crisis

It’s already well known that natural disasters like hurricanes and wildfires can cause trauma. The combination of losing loved ones, homes, possessions, and a general sense of stability can result in sadness, hopelessness,... More>>

Raising a Child with ADHD: 5 Important Parenting Strategies

Behavioral parent training programs, which are often part of a multimodal treatment approach for children with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) have been used for many years and have been found to be very... More>>

Why Your Kid’s Appointments May Start with a Suicide Screening

If you’re taking your 11-year-old son to the emergency room after they hurt their ankle during a baseball game, you might be surprised to hear the doctor ask if he has ever had thoughts of suicide. While the question might... More>>

Live Well with Multiple Sclerosis: 5 Healthy Lifestyle Tweaks Video included

Multiple sclerosis (MS) is not a curable condition, but it’s a manageable one. With the right MS treatment and lifestyle habits, people with MS can change or slow the course of the disease, manage symptoms, treat MS... More>>

Colorectal Cancer, Explained in Under Two MInutes Video included

Colorectal cancer may not get as much attention as lung cancer or breast cancer, but it’s actually the third most common type of cancer in both men and women, according to the American Cancer Society. Thankfully, a recent... More>>

6 Big Mistakes That increase the Risk of Carbon Monoxide Exposure Video included

Carbon monoxide can be deadly to humans and animals—and to make it worse, it has no color or odor to tip you off. On average, over 10,000 people per year are hospitalized from carbon monoxide exposure, and over 430 people... More>>

The Main Types of Psoriatic Arthritis + How They Affect the Body Video included

Psoriatic arthritis, or PsA, is an inflammatory type of arthritis, which sets it apart from the more traditional and well-known osteoarthritis. PsA is a chronic and autoimmune disease, meaning it’s caused by an overactive... More>>

Master Your Medicine: 3 Ways Your Doctor Can Lower Your Medication Cost Video included

Following a treatment plan prescribed by your doctor is undoubtedly important. It gives you the best opportunity to manage your condition and maintain the best possible health for yourself. But what do you do if you can’t... More>>

The Importance of Rehabilitation During Head and Neck Cancer Treatment Video included

The goals of head and neck cancer treatment are to control the disease and to help the patient return to normal activities as soon as possible after treatment. An important part of treating head and neck cancer is... More>>

How Eric Adams Is Advocating for Plant-Based Diets in Brooklyn Video included

It’s not unheard of for a politician to promote healthier lifestyles for their constituents, but perhaps no city leader does this with quite as much passion and urgency as Eric Adams, the Borough President of Brooklyn, NY.... More>>

Why Exercise Is Essential for Treating and Preventing Osteoporosis Video included

If you’ve been diagnosed with osteoporosis, adding exercise to your treatment regimen may seem a little daunting—and counterintuitive. You may be thinking: If my bones are fragile, shouldn’t I be *avoiding* physical activity?


What's Palliative Care? Key Facts Patients and Caregivers Should Know Video included

Getting diagnosed with a serious illness affects more than a person’s physical health. It can touch multiple areas of their life, including their emotional well-being, finances, and social and spiritual life. A patient’s... More>>

6 rules to make your daily coffee healthier

For about five calories a cup, black coffee is a great option if you’re gulping down four cups a day. But let’s be real: How many people really prefer their coffee black?


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