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Why the Gut-Brain Connection Keeps You Happy
Researchers have long known that the bacteria living in your gut can “talk” to your brain. Gut microbes, which collectively make up what’s called the gut microbiome, can have a significant impact on mood and cognition and a troubled intestine can send signals to the brain, just as a troubled brain can send signals to the gut.
How to Set Specific Goals
Having goals for things we want to do and working towards them is an important part of being growth and working towards a sense of accomplishment in our lives. To make sure that we have success...
Stress Levels Lessen Thinking
The stresses of everyday life may start taking a toll on the brain in relatively early middle age, new research shows. A study of more than 2,000 people, most of them in their 40s, found those with...
How to Excuse-Proof “I Don’t Have Time to Cook”
We all have busy lives, which leave little time for cooking health meals when we get home at the end of the day. First, a little reality check: “The average restaurant meal comes in at 1,500...
Eight Tips to Ease Anxiety and Panic Attacks
While it’s normal to get nervous about an important event or taking risks with life changes, about 40 million Americans live with an anxiety disorder, which is more than the occasional worry or...
Boosting Your Courage
Courage encompasses both the inner strength and the vulnerability required to authentically share ourselves and our experiences, good and bad. Some of us need to gather the nerve to speak up, while others may find it hard to resist the natural rush to anger, defensiveness, or aggression. In both cases, we suppress the vulnerability that true courage requires.
Health Education Made Easy with Podcasts
Health podcasts are so readily available nowadays. Get health on the go.
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