Stress management is important in taking care of your mind and body. Try these stress busters to help restore your balance.
Use these tips to help handle food cravings and live a more healthy, balanced life.
To help you manage uncertain times, it is important to remember, “Uncertainty is a certain thing.” When you feel lost in uncertainty, use these tips.
Physical activity aids in weight loss, boosts your immune system, relieves stress, and helps lower blood pressure. Use these tips to get and stay motivated to exercise.
Dispose of unused or expired medications as safely as possible. 80% of heroin addicts started with prescription opioids, and many got their first dose from families’ medicine cabinets. In addition, accidental exposure to medication is a major source of unintentional poisonings.
Coming in all shapes and sizes, houseplants add color and texture to the home. Studies point to houseplants as being good for your wellbeing too.
Addition is a family disease because family genetics are primarily responsible for determining who will have a problem with drugs and alcohol in their lifetime.
Long before the coronavirus pandemic, the United States was fighting an opioid epidemic. In the year before COVID-19, the U.S. saw 10.3 million people misuse prescription opioids. Use these tips to help protect your loved ones from addiction.
Cloth face coverings have become part of the wardrobe for many people venturing out in public. The CDC has provided a comprehensive set of guidelines for making, wearing, and caring for cloth face coverings.
Mindful eating is the practice of enjoying food with understanding and self-compassion, the experience of eating without judgment or guilt. Mindful eating helps us reconnect with our inner signals about hunger and fullness.