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Tamara Star

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Holiday Survival 101

Tamara Star | November 26, 2014 | Healthy Living
Part of what makes the holidays so special is being around family, experiencing the joy of giving, the indulgence of special food and drink, and the fun of holiday parties. It's super OK to dive into all of it, we've just got to remember ways to come up for air.
Robin L. Smith

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The Regeneration Generation: A Conversation With Bob Hariri, Vice-Chairman and Co-Founder of Human Longevity Inc.

Robin L. Smith | November 26, 2014 | Science
Utilizing technological advancements in genomics, bioinformatics, computing and cell therapy, HLI plans to develop therapeutic solutions to some of the most complex yet actionable diseases, such as cancer, heart disease and dementia. Bob recently sat down with me to discuss his current work on the frontiers of aging and cellular science.
Amy Byrnes

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How to Stay Friends for 30 Years

Amy Byrnes | November 26, 2014 | Women
We've become much more than the one-dimensional girls who met 30 years ago. All that loss -- of spouses, parents and dreams of the perfect lives we thought awaited us -- has let us connect with each other in a more real way. We tease and joke and boss, but there's a softness to it now.
Go Ahead Tours

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6 Reasons to Travel With a Group

Go Ahead Tours | November 26, 2014 | Travel
While we might be biased, we think there are a number of reasons why traveling with a group is a great idea, whether it's for comfort, flexibility or the people you'll meet. Don't believe us? Check out these six reasons why group travel takes the cake.
Bianca Garilli, N.D.

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Vitamin N Deficiency Linked to ADHD

Bianca Garilli, N.D. | November 26, 2014 | Healthy Living
Approximately 11 percent of children ages 4 to 17 have been diagnosed with ADHD. Different approaches are needed to support healthy outcomes in this ever-growing population. Nature, or what in recent years has been referred to as vitamin N, may be one of the answers.
Timothy Sykes

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7 Secrets of Successful People

Timothy Sykes | November 26, 2014 | Small Business
I was fortunate enough to become a millionaire right around the same time I could legally drink after starting my brokerage account with just $12,000 in Bar Mitzvah gift money.
Stephanie Harrison

How My Wake-Up Call Helped Me Discover My Inner GPS

Stephanie Harrison | November 26, 2014 | Healthy Living
Something called for me to turn inward. I started to meditate and was immediately presented with what felt like every feeling I had suppressed over the past few years, every emotion that I had pushed aside, and every need that I had neglected.
Jamie Lauren Zimmerman, MD

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8 Reasons to Love Gratitude

Jamie Lauren Zimmerman, MD | November 26, 2014 | Healthy Living
Social support can help us sustain any practice. One powerful way to build appreciation in your life is to exchange daily emails or texts with a "gratitude buddy" where you each list one to three things you're grateful for that day.
Anne Radcliffe

3 Reasons Men and Women Both Belong in the Kitchen (So There, Kirk Cameron)

Anne Radcliffe | November 26, 2014 | Parents
The kitchen deserves respect for what it already is and has the potential to be. We all belong here.
Jenn Hand

Convinced That Everything Would Be Better if You Were Skinnier?

Jenn Hand | November 26, 2014 | Healthy Living
You don't need to be thinner to enjoy a sunset, to bask in the warmth of summer nights, to have a good laugh with your best friend, and to take a peaceful walk in nature. See if you can tap into your happiness now. Not 20 pounds from now.
Jennie Sutherland

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What's Moderation?

Jennie Sutherland | November 26, 2014 | Healthy Living
Photo Courtesy: Tania Leskovar-Owens. I love the holidays. I do. Yet with all the bustle between holiday-shopping-parties-school functions and family it can get a little chaotic. So how do we deal with the craziness? More often than not, we indulge....
Robert Weiss

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Surviving Your Holidays: The Family Version

Robert Weiss | November 26, 2014 | Healthy Living
People are who they are, warts and all. If you simply accept your mother-in-law exactly as she is, even though she criticizes your every move, you'll be a lot happier. Maybe your holiday gift to her (or whoever it is that grates on you) is to embrace her imperfections, understanding that they're what make her unique.
Maura O'Neill

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Choice: Be Angry or Grateful

Maura O'Neill | November 26, 2014 | Healthy Living
As long as I have been able to vote elected officials at the local, state and federal level, I have struggled with what to do about immigration. When I used to talk with my Irish grandparents they told of the signs that were...
Melissa DeCastro

Thankful Moments

Melissa DeCastro | November 26, 2014 | Healthy Living
Thanksgiving is a day to bring joy to shared tables and appreciate exactly what you have at that moment.
Candy Spelling

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It's All About Gratitude

Candy Spelling | November 26, 2014 | Entertainment
Thanksgiving is all about giving thanks, and being grateful and kind is not something we should restrict to this time of year. It's a gift that keeps on giving all year long -- not just for those we interact with, but for ourselves as well.
Jessica R. Dreistadt

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The True Gifts of the Holidays

Jessica R. Dreistadt | November 26, 2014 | Healthy Living
The good memories we create now will warm our hearts through the bitter winter, and the possibilities for creating such experiences throughout the year are only limited by our imaginations. This is the time to establish habits that enrich our lives, and the world, every single day.
Jon Wortmann

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5 Ways to Make Friends With Panic Attacks

Jon Wortmann | November 26, 2014 | Healthy Living
I've had panic attacks periodically since college. Most of them at night. Others when I'm in enclosed spaces. I hadn't been in an MRI before. An MRI is a very enclosed space.
Jessica Cussins

The Vagina Bio-Hack That Wasn't: How Two 'Startup Bros' Twisted the 'Sweet Peach' Mission

Jessica Cussins | November 26, 2014 | Technology
There's nothing inspiring or empowering about two male CEOs taking credit for a young woman's work while twisting the entire purpose from being about reproductive health to being little more than a joke. But a 20-year-old ultrafeminist scientist who's about to launch her own company? That will be something to watch.
Jennifer Taitz

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5 Steps to a More Mindful Thanksgiving

Jennifer Taitz | November 26, 2014 | Healthy Living
Over the past few weeks, my clients and I have thought a lot about navigating family disappointments, anticipating loneliness, and making wise plans. To truly find thanks, we need to consider more than pumpkin pie recipes and holiday sales.
Dr. Travis Bradberry

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Caffeine: The Silent Killer of Success

Dr. Travis Bradberry | November 26, 2014 | Healthy Living
Most people start drinking caffeine because it makes them feel more alert and improves their mood. Many studies suggest that caffeine actually improves cognitive task performance in the short-term. Unfortunately, these studies fail to consider the participants' caffeine habits.
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