5 New Year’s Checklist Ideas to Welcome Great Health in 2021

 December 5, 2020

The year of 2020 will certainly be remembered as a year of great change. With a global health crisis hitting the country relatively hard, it’s been a difficult year, especially for healthcare professionals, skeletal workforces, and working professionals forced into remote work.  But as the new year of 2021 approaches, we as a society have […]

How to Check Yourself For Breast Cancer

 November 20, 2020

Breast cancer is one of the many common forms of cancer that affect women. Statistics show that 1 in 8 women in the US will develop cancer in her lifetime. While you should have a checkup for proper diagnosis, there are steps that you can take to check yourself. Here are the steps and physical […]

How to Stop Yourself from Stress Eating

 November 10, 2020

There are many coping mechanisms that people adapt to alleviate stress in this current situation. One common unhealthy habit is stress eating or emotional eating, where people turn to food when they find themselves in unmanageable situations. This habit may interrupt weight loss goals or weaken the immune system due to eating an excess of […]

The Power of Self-Affirmation

 October 28, 2020

Self-affirmation is more than simply looking at a mirror and giving yourself compliments. It is harnessing the power of positivity by reassuring yourself of the qualities you have and motivating yourself to do better. Contrary to its simplicity, it is often hard for people to believe in themselves and easier to cheer others on. But […]

5 Ways to Help Ease Stress When Working from Home

 October 5, 2020

With the current situation affecting people across the country, many of us have begun living in a remote setup for work. There are certainly perks from being able to still work in the comfort of your own home, but there are a new set of challenges that come along with it. Don’t let the stress […]

Cholesterol: Is it Good or Bad?

 September 27, 2020

Cholesterol has been negatively associated with heart disease and strokes. To fully understand why it is often told to be avoided, first understand what it is and how it affects our body.  What is Cholesterol? Cholesterol is a substance created by the body to make hormones and aids in food digestion. It is waxy and […]

5 Ways to Stay Physically Fit at a Time of Physical Distancing

 September 7, 2020

Staying at home doesn’t necessarily mean you stop staying active. There are plenty of ways to stay physically fit remotely and safely amidst the pandemic. 5 Ways to Stay Active During these Trying Times   Do Household Chores Like a Pro Doing chores has dual benefits. The first would be that it keeps your house […]

5 Unbeatable Tips for Aging Gracefully

 August 16, 2020

Healthy Aging Month is a celebration of the milestones of a life well-lived. Getting older does not have to be a negative perception. Age doesn’t necessarily reflect where you should be in life. It does, however, mean that self-care should be practiced in order to live the rest of your life in good spirits. Here […]

25 Online Resources to Help You Survive the “New Normal”

 August 1, 2020

If stress, fear, sadness, and anxiety have become the dominant emotions in your life — you are not the only one. The COVID-19 pandemic, the peaceful-turned-violent protests, and everything in between is affecting our mental health, sleep patterns, social skills, and several other aspects in our lives. Right now, almost everyone needs help. If you’re […]

Crisis Fatigue: Affecting More People Than COVID-19

 July 17, 2020

The year 2020 is the beginning of a new decade. However, what most of us failed to anticipate is how difficult and vexing this year would become. For months, the COVID-19 pandemic, George Floyd’s death, and countless other tragedies all over the world have been overwhelming people with worry, fear, and stress. Moreover, much to […]