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The Benefits of All Types of Teas

If you are a coffee drinker, this article might convince you to change it up. There are a plethora of benefits to drinking tea, and the type of tea you drink will offer different benefits.  Consumed for centuries, tea is a staple in many cultures and a way of life in many countries. Take a . . . . Continue Reading


Curing Depression Through Food?

Depression is a common but serious mood disorder that affects millions. Depression causes severe symptoms that affect how we feel and handle daily activities.  Fortunately, there are a variety of treatment options out there that help with symptoms of depression. With the right treatment, anyone can find a way to overcome their depression. No one . . . . Continue Reading


How Fat Affects Our Hormones

If you thought weight gain only affected your appearance, you were wrong. While gaining weight can cause feelings of insecurity about the way we look, over time the increase in fat results in psychological changes too. Excess fat stores hormones and affects our mood. For a long time, fat was considered extra storage or reserved . . . . Continue Reading


Could a Cookbook Help Those Struggling With Eating Disorders?

A cookbook for eating disorder recovery? As someone who struggled with eating disorders, the entire concept sparked my interest.  Francesca Baker, 29, recently created a cookbook to help people who have suffered eating disorders overcome food anxiety. The book is titled, Eating & Living: Recipes for Recovery and alongside each recipe will feature stories of . . . . Continue Reading


Meditation May be Bad for Memory

Author: Shernide Delva When it comes to meditation, the benefits to our mental and physical well-being have pretty much been drilled into our heads over and over again. Admittedly, I am one of those people that constantly rave about how great it is to learn how to incorporate meditation into your life. So all of . . . . Continue Reading


Coffee Can Kill You… or Cure You

Author: Justin Mckibben As I sit with my cappuccino with extra espresso and hazelnut trying to light the spark that will keep me alive through the day, I wonder how much better my life may be without all this coffee… or is it possible it could even be worse? Is coffee really that bad for . . . . Continue Reading


11 Health Risks When Stress Keeps You Sick

According to the American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP) stress is a normal physical response to events that make you feel threatened or upset your internal physical and emotional balance in some way. As part of this beautiful catastrophe of a world we live in there is no short supply of reasons we can find to . . . . Continue Reading


Is Gender Bias in Medicine Killing Women?

(This content is being used for illustrative purposes only; any person depicted in the content is a model) Let’s face it; westernized medicine is gender-biased. It’s a male-dominated field  women’s health is first funneled through a male-focused discipline. In other words, medically treating the body means medically treating the male body and then extrapolating what . . . . Continue Reading


Why the Outrage Over “5 Reasons to Date a Girl with an Eating Disorder” is Just Fueling the Fire

Honestly, when I saw this article I was in shock that someone would write this. There are so many reasons I believe that this article is wrong but the biggest reason is that writing “5 Reasons to Date a Girl with an Eating Disorder” just encourages people with eating disorders to continue on in their . . . . Continue Reading


Why Losing Weight Won’t Make You Happier

“Nothing tastes as good as skinny feels” – you’ve probably heard this or seen it somewhere on a billboard or in a fashion magazine. Sure, you could get a temporary high from squeezing into your skinny jeans, but losing weight certainly isn’t the key to happiness. Now, there are tons of reasons why you might . . . . Continue Reading


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