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We Need to Talk About Sleep

Healthy sleeping habits play a significant role in physical and brain health, meaning sleeping disorders like insomnia typically have negative impacts on overall health, job performance, and quality of life. ...
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Embarrassment Doesn’t Last Forever

When you’re a teenager, not only are you juggling academics, extracurriculars, and changes in your body, but you’re also learning how to balance responsibilities, social life, and expectations. Naturally, you ...
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Choosing Your Words Wisely

How casually saying things like “She’s so OCD” or “Don’t have a panic attack” can alienate people with invisible illnesses—and what to say instead. Choosing Your Words Wisely is Important ...
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5 Health Symptoms You Should Not Ignore

As life’s responsibilities and circumstances ebb and flow, so do certain elements of our routines. For this reason, it’s normal to have some changes in each area listed below. However, ...
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To Grow Up, Speak Up: A Guide for Teens Who Want Help

Being a teenager can be tough. Not only are you in some of your most formative years, but you are also gearing up for your next chapter. While this is ...
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Overcoming Imposter Syndrome & Embracing Successes

Everyone has experienced varying levels of self-doubt at one point or another, whether at a job, in academics, during athletics, or elsewhere. You may think, “I am in over my ...
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A NEAT Way to Boost Your Mood

The positive impacts of staying active are long-established for things like heart, bone, and brain health—and of course, weight loss. While most people associate these benefits with intense cardio exercise ...
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Taking Medication is Not a Sign of Weakness

  Medications have been used around the world to relieve symptoms, prevent infection, and cure sickness for hundreds of years. In fact, most of us have an abundance of over-the-counter ...
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Is It the Winter Blues — Or Something Else?

  For millions of Americans, a change in the weather can trigger seasonal affective disorder — a serious condition you don’t want to overlook. There’s a surprising connection between the ...
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Burnout Affects Parents, Too—But Treatment Can Help.

Love it or hate it, phrases like “quarenteam” and “Zoom bombing” became the go-to tools for expressing our pandemic frustrations. As we slowly return to normal and Zoom calls are ...
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