Whether you try all twenty or just one, these tips can help you make progress towards your health goals.
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The year 2020 was the deadliest in US history. After annual deaths fell by 1.2 percent in 2019, they surged nearly 23 percent during 2020.
We are not mistakes in a vast, seemingly meaningless universe.
This article is adapted from Your Brain is Always Listening by Daniel G. Amen, MD. Part of our Mental Health Awareness Month book series.
Modern life seems determined to undermine faith in God at every step. That’s why we gather: to remind ourselves we are not isolated—not from each other and not from God.
Those stuck in this cycle of anxiety may begin to wonder what’s wrong with them, or worse, even question their faith.
What if soul-care isn’t opposed to self-help and self-care, and what if they work together to help us grow as whole persons?
By Christine McParland
Self-help, self-care, and soul-care: you may recognize these words fr
While there is a lot of conflicting health information about food, there is also a lot of agreement. If you follow these eleven rules, your brain health/mental health will start to improve within days.
By Dr. Daniel G.
Earth Day is around the corner, and while the coronavirus pandemic is still at the forefront of our minds, it’s important to remember the environment as well.