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Brains before Brawn! First of all, give yourself a pat on the back for committing to a new health routine. The way you start out has a lot to do with the whole experience, so remember to begin your day with a boost to you ...
Jun 04 2007 2:16am
Major Depressive Disorder I am a person, a unique complex individual. My diagnosis does not define who I am. It only describes some of the things that I experience. Major depressive disorder is one way to describe how I feel ...
Aug 23 2008 12:33pm
Thank you jackie.  I really appreciate your comment. more
Jan 12 2010 8:04am
Moms who lack support are at greater risk of poor mental health A new study conducted at the University of California, Los Angeles indicates mothers of young children have more than three times the risk of mental health problems than their peers if they feel they ...
Jun 04 2007 2:16am
... e in jails and prisons afflicted with mental health illness than in our mental hospitals. ... more
Jul 25 2008 10:36pm
Speak Up for Your Health Do you tend to keep feelings bottled up? Here’s another reason to uncork yourself: A new study shows that women who keep quiet in marital arguments have a higher risk of irritable bowel syndrome, de ...
Sep 14 2007 4:55pm
I posted recently about how feelings of depression, for me, often give rise to digestive p ... more
Oct 24 2007 2:20pm
Taking a second look at emotions & eating After practically inhaling lunch today it occurred to me there is significant gap between my actions and my insights. At least there was in the moment when I made the choice to eat quickly with my m ...
Oct 07 2009 2:22pm
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Oct 15 2009 11:27pm
New study: Expert meditators pay attention better Recent research studies have shown meditation increases gray matter in the brain, improves the immune system, reduces stress and promotes well-being. A new study adds to that body of researching by lo ...
Jun 04 2007 2:16am
Makes sense to me. And I am in total agreement with Stephanie. It makes me so sad when I h ... more
Jan 29 2008 12:35pm
Health Tip: Take a Nap (HealthDay News) -- Napping is a great way to help revive yourself if you're sleepy, tired or stressed. Here are some of the ways napping can improve your physical and emotional well-being, courtesy ...
Mar 05 2007 3:08pm
Cutting down on Emotional Eating I came across this interesting article on emotional eating. Basically, it is what we have known all along - that we don't eat just when we are hungry, but also when we are sad, angry, happy, or ju ...
Aug 17 2007 11:31am
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Sep 30 2009 2:01am
Stopping Emotional Eating I came across this interesting article on emotional eating. Basically, it is what we have known all along - that we don't eat just when we are hungry, but also when we are sad, angry, happy, or just ...
Jun 24 2007 11:49pm
Calling all ex-emotional eaters Hi All,  I'm a writer working on an article for a national women's magazine on women who have overcome emotional eating. If this sounds like you and you'd like to share your story please contact ...
Mar 03 2009 8:35am