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Lagom: The Swedish Philosophy of a Happy Life Balance

Lagom (LAH-gum), which translates to “not too little, not too much – just right,” is the Swedish philosophy of moderation, the key to maintaining a healthy brain and a happy life. While cultivating a happy life balance may sound simple and straightforward, practicing lagom amidst the day-to-day chaos of life is a skill that takes […]




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June is Men’s Health Month: 6 Ways Men Can Live Healthier Lives

With Father’s Day just around the corner, it’s important that men of all stripes, whether they’re fathers or not, look at ways that they can improve their health and wellbeing. After all, one of the keys to a long, productive life and meaningful relationships is staying as healthy as possible. Which is why the entire […]




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World No Tobacco Day is May 31

It might go without saying that smoking cigarettes is bad for the lungs, though the World Health Organization (WHO), which sponsors World No Tobacco Day on May 31 along with partners, reports that in some countries there is a lack of knowledge about the severe damage cigarettes have on lung health. Worldwide, tobacco use kills […]




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National Alcohol and Other Drug-Related Birth Defects Awareness Week

May 12 to 18, 2019 Mother’s Day marks the beginning of National Alcohol and Other Drug-Related Birth Defects Awareness Week, sponsored by the National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence (NCADD). This nationwide campaign hopes to raise awareness and educate people, especially women, of the dangers of using drugs or alcohol during pregnancy. Drug and […]




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What Happens to Your Body When You Stop Vaping?

Regardless of the narrative that marketing companies and “big tobacco” try to sell, vaping – the use of electronic cigarettes (e-cigs) – is not necessarily a safe alternative to smoking cigarettes. E-cig battery-powered heating elements turn addictive liquid nicotine, which can come in various flavors and added chemicals, into vapor that users inhale. Unfortunately, business […]




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7 Reasons Millennials Are Drinking Less Alcohol Than Older Generations

It’s true, Millennials – people around the ages of 22 to 38 years old – are changing up the alcohol consumption game. This news, while positive and a move in the right direction, still comes with a dose of reality. Alcohol remains the third leading cause of preventable death in the United States and is […]




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National Eating Disorders Awareness Week in February

February 2 to February 8, 2020 The stereotype is that serious and life-threatening eating disorders only effect a certain segment of the population. Among the most common misconceptions is that teenage girls and young women are more likely to fall prey to these illnesses. The fact is it’s common across all genders. “That [stereotype],” Claire […]




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Random Acts of Kindness Day is February 17

Random Acts of Kindness Day is February 17, 2020 RAK Week is February 17 to 21, 2020 Here’s the thing about Kindness – it makes people feel good, it’s a totally free pastime and, as the Random Act of Kindness Foundation points out, it’s one of the only things in the world that doubles when […]




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Daylight Saving Time – Why “Fall Back” and “Spring Forward” Impact Health

With the recent “fall back” with the clocks in November, most of the nation welcomed a precious extra hour of sleep. After all, what adult doesn’t appreciate a little extra time under the covers? Some experts, however, posit that gaining an extra hour might not be worth the health consequences of losing an hour in […]




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Great American Smokeout – The 3rd Thursday of November

November 21, 2019 It’s almost unfathomable to believe that big tobacco companies used to advertise cigarettes in national television commercials as recently as the 1950s. These ads promoted a culture of smoking that addicted generations of Americans. In fact, it wasn’t until 1970 that the Public Health Cigarette Smoking Act banned companies from advertising cigarettes […]




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