Health is a Way of Life
We live in a goal-oriented society. Most of us imagine a healthier version of ourselves and make plans to achieve it, with mixed success and satisfaction. Instead, let's look at health as a process, informed by knowledge, which we practice a little bit every day.
How and Why to Start Writing to Heal
Writing to heal can be a powerful form of therapy that many people leave untapped. We're all familiar with the idea of meeting with a therapist and talking through our struggles, but writing can also be a effective step in the healing process.
The Power of Gratitude: What Happens to Your Brain When You're Thankful
"What are you grateful for?" That's a question many Americans ask and answer at Thanksgiving. However, the power of gratitude is far too valuable to reserve for the holidays. Saying thanks is more than a polite way to acknowledge when others demonstrate kindness. Thinking about, and expressing, gratitude positively impacts your physical and mental health. In fact, your brain actively responds to gratitude.
Understanding and Managing Adult ADHD
When you think of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), you probably imagine a fidgety school-age boy goofing around and bouncing off the classroom walls. While the condition is most commonly diagnosed in children, adults can suffer from ADHD too. And managing adult ADHD can be challenging.
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What Is Palliative Care?
When you or someone you love has a serious illness, sustaining life isn't your only concern. Quality of life matters, too.
Is the TAVR Procedure the Best Option for Your Heart Valve Issues?
Transcatheter aortic valve replacement, or TAVR, is a minimally invasive surgery that replaces a damaged valve in the heart. When a heart valve is damaged and left untreated, it can cause muscle damage, congestive heart failure or, in extreme cases, sudden death. Although a patient with heart valve issues may not notice symptoms right away, regular checkups can help identify any problems so preventive measures, such as TAVR, can be taken.