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Leave Your Healthcare Woes Behind By Moving To Mexico | July 4, 2015 | Fifty
I didn't move abroad just for access to cheaper medical care. Rather, I did it for the sheer joy and exuberance I get from the overseas experience. I also did it for lifestyle considerations that, indirectly, also improve my health.
Dragos Bratasanu

7 Steps to Create Giant Success and Live a Fulfilled Life in the Process

Dragos Bratasanu | July 3, 2015 | Healthy Living
There is a series of mental events that lead to massive success. Each event is the cause for another event. How can you apply this thinking to create authentic success, meaning and fulfillment in your life? Here's the countdown:
Irene Ross

The Coffee Chronicles: One Girl's Mission for the Healthiest Cup Possible

Irene Ross | July 3, 2015 | Healthy Living
We've all heard that phrase, "It's not what you said, but how you said it." Well, that's sort of what it's like with coffee, because we're hearing that it's not so much the coffee that creates problems but, rather, the way it's brewed... and stored... and ground.
Kenden Alfond

Traveling? 5 Ways to Care for Your Body

Kenden Alfond | July 3, 2015 | Healthy Living
Our bodies do most of the hard work for us in new environments -- enduring long drives or plane rides, traveling during late or early hours, and not having access to your usual food. Here are my five tips for taking care of your body while traveling.
Brian Castrucci

Prevention in the Shadows: America's Quick Fix Culture

Brian Castrucci | July 2, 2015 | Healthy Living
Bad things happen. It's a reality of our world, but we have a choice. We can sit passively by and wait for disaster, or we can work together to try to stop it. This will require a reprioritization that starts to focus on and fund prevention. We already have great ambulances. Now we need to build better, more effective fences.
Gill Paul

In Praise of Year-Round Outdoor Swimming

Gill Paul | July 2, 2015 | UK Lifestyle
You have Technicolour skin when you climb out of the water: lobster pink and mauve in my case. The circulation boost has great anti-ageing effects on the capillaries, leaving skin supple and glowing. Some claim it combats cellulite as well.
Chirag Kulkarni

Three Days in an Ashram, Five Lessons Learned

Chirag Kulkarni | July 2, 2015 | Healthy Living
Being through a transformative three days, here are five lessons I learned:

What the Media Gets Completely Wrong About Cruising | July 2, 2015 | Travel
There are plenty of myths about cruising floating around the internet: they're full of old people, there's nothing to do, and so on. Most of them are fairly harmless and easily disproven, but if you're a true lover of cruising, nothing irks you more than the media shining its sensationalist spotlight on your favorite vacation.
Monica Reinagel, MS, LDN, CNS

5 Tips to Avoid Summer Weight Gain in Kids

Monica Reinagel, MS, LDN, CNS | July 2, 2015 | Healthy Living
The great thing about all of these strategies that that they don't just help the kids. Everybody wins when you make your schedule and your environment more conducive to healthy choices.
Dr. Lisa Young

9 Tips for a Guilt-Free Fourth of July BBQ

Dr. Lisa Young | July 2, 2015 | Healthy Living
The Fourth of July marks the season for summer barbecues. For many of us, that means burgers, hot dogs, and more diet disaster. But it doesn't have to be. Here are nine simple and painless strategies to try at your upcoming July Fourth barbecue.
John Duffy, Psy.D.

The Impact of Marriage Equality We're Not Discussing, But Should

John Duffy, Psy.D. | July 2, 2015 | Gay Voices
For the majority of us, our loves and attractions are actually celebrated, from crushes to dates to proms to weddings. And we don't really need to give it a thought. There is a wild emotional divide between private shame and public celebration, and it is critical.
Omega Institute

Going Head-to-Head With Your Inner Enemy: Using 'The Tools' to Unlock Your Full Potential

Omega Institute | July 2, 2015 | Healthy Living
I have a saying that peace is an active state of mind. We're trying to combine the sense of peace with the necessity for constant work. Peace was often defined as something languid and laid back, a state where you can fold your tent up, stop making an effort, and stop being vigilant. That's not what peace is.
Emily Grossman

A Letter to My Pre-Bipolar Self

Emily Grossman | July 2, 2015 | Healthy Living
Dear 17-year-old Em, I know that high school has not been easy on you. Although your peers would never know it because you are a great actress, always with your big cheerleader smile, I know that when you go home, you cry a lot. I also know that many...
Davina Klatsky

Why a Compliment About My Eyes Was Hard for Me to Believe

Davina Klatsky | July 2, 2015 | Healthy Living
The acceptance of all people no matter what their difference is long overdue. We are so much more than just our outside physical identity. We are all individuals first, with our own distinctive talents and personalities. I've further learned through my own journey that it is possible to ultimately find nobility from even the most challenging of situations.
Timothy P. Shriver

Jay Emmett: The Funniest Man Alive

Timothy P. Shriver | July 2, 2015 | Impact
We can never replace Jay Emmett. His devotion to the Special Olympics movement was as big as anyone's in our history.
James Clear

40 Years of Stanford Research Found That People With This One Quality Are More Likely to Succeed

James Clear | July 2, 2015 | Healthy Living
You and I can do the same thing. We can train our ability to delay gratification, just like we can train our muscles in the gym. And you can do it in the same way as the child and the researcher: by promising something small and then delivering.
Tiffany Kairos

You Don't Look Like You Have Epilepsy

Tiffany Kairos | July 2, 2015 | Healthy Living
Most people might take into assumption that because I look happy and healthy that there's absolutely nothing wrong. Here's the thing: For the most part, I am completely happy and healthy except for that one minuscule problem. That bump in the road. Epilepsy.
Graeme Blackman

In the Interest of Listening

Graeme Blackman | July 2, 2015 | Healthy Living
The truth is that often in our darkest times we are not even looking for feedback or advice, but rather someone to simply listen to us, empathize with our plight, and point us in the right direction. Sometimes all it takes is a really great listener to turn a life around.
Tracy Crossley

Why Mind Reading Is Detrimental to Your Relationship

Tracy Crossley | July 2, 2015 | Healthy Living
Figuring out our partner can give us a false sense of security, inevitably they'll do or say something unexpectedly, throwing our world into turmoil. Now, if we trust ourselves to handle whatever comes our way, we're in a state of good feeling -- even if the s**t hits the fan!
Dr. Samineh I. Shaheem

Truths for Our Youth

Dr. Samineh I. Shaheem | July 2, 2015 | Healthy Living
Adolescence is a particularly hard time for both boys and girls. They struggle through many new experiences, mentally and physically, which can lead to confusion, misunderstandings and difficulty managing their behavior. Puberty, friendships, academics, parental relationships and doubts about the future are only a few of the life issues they...
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