What happens when you or your team feels isolated, burnt out, or disconnected, and virtual engagement activities just aren’t cutting it? When that happens, it’s time to put on you
Even a small amount of time spent outdoors can physically, mentally, and spiritually impact health positively.
To some, it feels that this time of life is an ending. But it shouldn’t be. Because the more active you remain—both physically and mentally—the more successful this time will be.
What do pain relief methods currently offered in hospitals treating children have in common? All of them shift the focus off pain, calm the mind and relax the body.
During the pandemic, these relationships have been more critical than ever in part due to the healing nature of relationships and the harmful effects of loneliness.
It is estimated that over 50% of people with migraine headaches use integrative medicine approaches to prevent and address their migraine symptoms.
Change gives us a chance to mix things up–to change our mindset. Even though this year’s holiday limitations may be difficult, you can take the opportunity to become more mindful.
Healthy eating helps you heal. Some cancer treatments work better if you’re well-nourished and are getting enough calories and protein, according to the American Cancer Society.
Just when you think you have a handle on the craziness, along comes another presidential election. Here are a few suggestions for coping with election-year stress and burnout.
The truth is that these there’s no credible evidence for these myths. Paying attention to them only causes more stress and worry. Here are 5 common myths about cancer.