Recharge your optimism batteries to end 2018 on a positive note. It's been a long year full of divisive politics, weird weather, and disturbing news. As 2018 draws to a close and the festive season grows
What if running shoes, not stilettos, are to blame for your bunions? It’s safe to say that as runners, we’re all too familiar with maladies of the feet. One of the most common amongst us: bunions. A bunion
Sound therapies have long been used to help us cope. Everyone knows they need to manage their stress. When things get difficult at work, school, or in your personal life, you can use as many tips, tricks,
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Many people don't recognize mental strength when they see it. As a psychotherapist and as an author of books on mental strength, I encounter many misconceptions about what it means to be mentally strong.
The secret to bouncing back fast goes beyond your physical state. As I lay facedown on a massage table in Under Armour’s headquarters, the Senior Manager of Athlete Performance Mike Watts used a Hyperice
A shocked squirrel has scooped the overall prize in this year's Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards. Out of thousands of entries from around the world, Mary McGowan, from Tampa, Florida, won the overall
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As a columnist here at Inc.com I have the pleasure of writing lots of round ups of great business books, from billionaires' recommendations to new releases. These lists are full of great insights, but
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