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How To Keep Elderly Relatives With Dementia Safe

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Caregivers are unspoken heroes. They’re the people that deserve more recognition for the incredible work they do for their loved ones. Caring for an elderly parent or relative who has dementia is especially challenging. Nevertheless, there are practical things you can do to keep your loved one safe.  Continue reading

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Can Cosmetic Procedures Boost Your Confidence?

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With the advancements in medical technology, cosmetic procedures have become less invasive and more affordable than ever before. Plastic surgery is no longer just for movie stars and supermodels as people of all different ages are choosing to undergo body cosmetic procedures to enhance their looks, boost their self-confidence, and even gain a competitive edge in their careers. Continue reading

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The Psychological Effects Of Breastfeeding

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People often say there is no force stronger than a mother’s love. And it’s easy to understand why. As the newborn is beginning his or her journey into an unknown world, mom is always right there to do anything she can to make that journey successful. Over the past twenty five years, a number of studies have investigated the factors that contribute to the development of the mother-child bond. Interestingly, there is mounting evidence that breastfeeding may play a very significant role. Continue reading

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5 Psychological Tricks to Eat Fewer Carbs Every Day 

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Many people who are trying to lose weight count and track their macronutrients. Macronutrients (or macros) refer to the fats, carbs and proteins your body needs in order for you to grow and develop at a healthy rate. Your body needs a lot of macronutrients and a small amount of micronutrients (such as vitamins and minerals) for optimal function. The following article will explore five psychological tricks you can use to lose weight by eating fewer carbs every day. Continue reading

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How to Enjoy Life Despite Having Serious Health Problems

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It is not unusual for people with chronic physical illnesses to also contend with emotional and mental health problems. For example, many people with a physical illness like cancer or diabetes also suffer from mental health issues such as anxiety and depression. Mental health concerns may develop when a individual feels extremely worried about his or her situation, helpless to make any positive changes, and hopeless about the future. In this article we will share some tips on how you can remain positive and enjoy life despite having serious health problems. Continue reading

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Can Bipolar Disorder Increase Your Risk of Addiction? 

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It is not uncommon for people with bipolar disorder to also struggle with addiction. But what is the connection between these two conditions? Can bipolar disorder actually increase your risk of substance addiction? And if it does, what can we do to reduce that risk? In this post, we will explore the answers to these questions and more.  Continue reading

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