Posts Tagged 'family'

New Leaders of a young world

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The path to success for young leaders is often one filled with surprises that only allow them to grow, both personally and professionally. And young leaders come from a variety of lanes, all merging onto the path to success. These achievements can be a graduate degree, starting a tech startup, or reaching personal physical and mental goals.

Posted by Mark Kirkpatrick Oct 17, 2016 Posted in Uncategorized 2 Comments

Restore with Water

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October is widely known as Breast Cancer awareness month with cities hosting several walks and races. Sadly most of us can say that we know or have known someone who has journeyed this road.  Those whom are surviving can find themselves in a de-conditioned state in the blink of an eye.  Everyone that is dealing with the recovery of cancer will echo the same thing.  I want to feel better, get stronger and increase my endurance. 

Posted by Windy Wills Oct 14, 2016 Posted in Disability 1 Comment

Child Proofing 101: Practical Tips To Make Your Home Safe For Your ADHD Child

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Parents know the basics when it comes to child-proofing their homes. But those who have ADHD kids must go the extra mile to keep mr./ms. energy safe at all times. Parents of hyperactive preschoolers are usually overwhelmed, especially mothers. From the noise, the persistent crying, the fact that it’s always there. They go to sleep when you do and often wakes up before you. You don’t get enough rest. When they’re home all they do is run all over the house during the day. So you end up yelling at them. And it’s normal if there are times when you feel inadequate as a parent.

Posted by Rienzi Mosqueda Sep 29, 2016 Posted in Uncategorized No Comments

6 Things You Need To Know About Glaucoma

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According to reports by the US Center for Disease Prevention and Control (CDC), some 2.2 million Americans aged 40 years and over are affected by Glaucoma. What is it and might you or your loved ones be at higher risk of developing this disease?

Posted by Jazz Poland Sep 16, 2016 Posted in Uncategorized 2 Comments

Loneliness

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There is no pill for loneliness.  So said by a friend of mine who has bipolar disorder and a visual impairment.  How right he is.  There are many things we can treat with pills – high blood pressure, arthritis, ADHD, headaches … but the cure for loneliness requires something much bigger and even more vital for our health:  relationships.

Posted by Elizabeth Vander Kamp Aug 01, 2016 Posted in Disability 6 Comments

What Are The Risk Factors Of Abnormal Heart Rhythms?

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Many people don’t even know that they have an arrhythmia because the symptoms aren’t always visible. While any person can develop this condition, there are certain factors which increase the risk of an arrhythmia. People who already have a heart condition are at a greater risk of developing an arrhythmia. Most heart ailments listed below disrupt the functioning of the heart, and over time this can result in an arrhythmia.

Posted by Shiva India Jul 18, 2016 Posted in Uncategorized No Comments

Welcome Fatherhood

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This is the story of how a little boy name Xavier aka Xavi (sa-bi) changed my life forever. Major life events such as marriage, divorce, job promotion, graduation and others can bring many lifestyle changes that could potentially turn your life around. I recently became a new dad and experiencing fatherhood for the first time made me realize that life will be completely different from now on. It took me a while to realize how different life was going to be, but day by day I am faced with new experiences that are challenging but also rewarding in this new stage of my life.

Posted by Alex X. Martinez Jun 17, 2016 Posted in Uncategorized 4 Comments

The Social Impact Of Being Physical

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We all have heard about the physical, mental and biological benefits of regular exercise and the immense emphasis that is laid on it, but have you ever wondered about the social aspect of being physical? A study in the ‘International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity’  brings into limelight the psycho social characteristics of a healthy fitness regime.

Posted by Zyana Morris Jun 10, 2016 Posted in Uncategorized No Comments

You Should Work Only This Number of Hours a Week, According to Science

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Due to competitive market today, you have to work hard in order to make your way to success. This is particularly important if you’re an entrepreneur or a small business owner. But, how many hours a week you should work? That’s a common question and a subject of many debates among experts. The primary purpose of this article is to explain how many hours you should work a week and why working more than that can have a negative impact on your health.

Posted by Vaileria Dennis May 16, 2016 Posted in Uncategorized No Comments

How to Identify and Respond to Teen Depression

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Teen depression is often misunderstood or mistaken for changes in hormones as an adolescent transitions into adulthood. As teenagers assert individuality and attempt to fit in with peers, the risk for depression among teenager’s increases.

Posted by James Jones May 06, 2016 Posted in Uncategorized 1 Comment