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Advice From Mom: How Our Mothers Help Us Unwind & De-Stress

Sometimes you just need your mom -- no matter how old you are. Whether it's calling her for a soothing phone conversation, turning to her advice on stress management, or enjoying a relaxing tradition that the two of you share, Mom can be that one person who reminds you that everything's going to be …

Rise in obesity poses 'dementia time bomb'

<b>Ever-growing waistlines could result in a big increase in the number of people who develop dementia in the future, researchers have warned.</b><p>Previous studies have shown that being overweight in middle age increases the odds of developing the mental disorder.<p>Data presented at the European Congress on …

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Abs Diet: Count Drinks, Not Calories

Weight loss tips to save your sanity with these rules of thumb when you're drinking<p>When you eat the 12 Abs Diet Powerfoods and their many relatives, you’ll stay healthy and feel full and satisfied. Plus, the most energy-efficient foods are almost like doormen at a nightclub: They're not going to …

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Coherence Could Make Life Seem More Meaningful, Study Finds

Feeling connected to the world could help make life seem more meaningful, according to a new study in the journal Psychological Science.<p>Researchers from the University of Missouri found that feelings of coherence -- that is, feeling like things are connected and make sense -- are linked with …

GPS Guide: Rob White Shares A Tribute To All Moms On Mother's Day (PHOTOS)

<i>The stress and strain of constantly being connected can sometimes take your life -- and your well-being -- off course. GPS For The Soul can help you find your way back to balance.</i><p>GPS Guides are our way of showing you what has relieved others' stress in the hopes that you will be able to identify …

It's Not the Differences That Are the Problem

The next best thing to preventing conflict is having the skills to manage differences effectively. Differences are inevitable in relationships; conflict is optional. It's the differences in our personalities, styles of relating, perspectives, and temperaments that make us attractive to each other …

19 Reasons We're Grateful For Our Moms (PHOTOS)

Our mothers can seem a bit superhuman: They bring us into the world, hug us when we're scared and share wisdom to help us navigate the darkest days. For that we are grateful.<p>This Mother's Day, we're calling attention to the many ways we feel thankful for our supremely capable mothers: We asked our …

The Easiest Way to Remember New Names

Finally—a trick that works!<p><b>I can never remember people's names. Help!</b> -Alexa, Boston, MA<p>Not to worry: This is one of the most common memory complaints people have, says psychiatry professor Gary W. Small, M.D., director of the UCLA Longevity Center and author of <i>The Alzheimer's Prevention …

The Time You're Most Likely to Binge

When you're probably jonesing for junk food—and how to curb the urge<p>When you're tempted to dive face-first into a bag of chips could be tied to your body’s circadian rhythm: Cravings for sweet, salty, and starchy foods peak in the evening, when hunger levels are also at their highest, according to …

100 Blessings, 10,000 Steps: Finding Balance Each Day

What is balance? It is defined as finding equilibrium for the body or mind. I've been on a mission to find both. As an entertainment journalist by trade, my days are filled with juggling deadlines, dashing to work events, rushing home to feed my dog, attempting to schedule dates night with my …

How to Handle Negative Comments

Recently I've faced negative comments on my social media feed. While my immediate response was to forgive and delete, in time my ego got the best of me. I found myself stuck in the discomfort of negativity and personal attacks from people I'd never met. I felt sad, hurt, and worst of all, …

3 Ways to De-Clutter Your Life and Live Passionately

In a previous blog post, Frank explained how to live with passion and purpose. It created a minor buzz, and some readers asked, "This sounds great, but I don't have enough time to do what I need to do, let alone pursue my dreams. What can I do?" This question resonates with most of us. Between the …

Regular Bedtime Could Improve CPAP Compliance Among People With Sleep Apnea, Study Finds

People with sleep apnea -- a sleep disorder where breathing is disrupted during sleep -- are more apt to comply with treatment if they go to bed at a regular time each night, according to a new study.<p>Researchers from the Penn State University School of Nursing found an association between increased …

How You Deal With Your Emotions Can Influence Your Anxiety

When faced with a challenge, whether you deny the problems it poses or dive in to solve them in a positive way may determine how much anxiety you …

Call Your Doc to Schedule a Check-Up

Find out which appointments you need to schedule today<p><i>It’s National Women's Health Week! To celebrate, we’re challenging you to put your health first. So...are you in?</i><p>Most used player for workouts, articles, and cover models<p>​<p>​<p><b>Today's Challenge: Call your doc to schedule a check-up!</b> Need a refresher …

UN urges: Eat more insects! (Seriously)

This Feb. 20, 2008, photo provided by the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) shows insects for sale at a market in Chiang Mai, Thailand.

Because Love Wins

I was sitting with one of my clients this week -- one who's changed dramatically through the course of our work together. But one of her biggest hurdles (which she's finally pushing through) is forgiveness, and acceptance of people and their imperfections.<p>As we were talking, she asked me, "How can …

Filling Low Calorie Goodies

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The Mediterranean Diet: Healthy and Delicious

May is International Mediterranean Diet Month. Over the last few years, the Mediterranean cuisine has gained a popular platform for healthy eating. It's fresh, light and tasty, and it encompasses food and recipes from a multitude of countries along the Mediterranean such as Greece, Italy, Malta, …

In Order to Grow, We Must Be Willing to Heal

You probably know the feeling: The things you have to do are quite simple, yet it just doesn't feel like that. You know what to do, who you can get the answer or help from. But in mysterious ways, you don't do it. Something is stopping you, even though it defies all logic.<p>Every time we don't act on …

Emotional Regulation Strategies May Influence Anxiety, Study Finds

How you deal with both positive and negative emotions could have big implications for your mental health. Emotional regulation -- whether you avoid your emotions, or explore them -- may play a role in how much, and whether, you suffer from anxiety, according to a new University of Illinois …

Anti-Cocaine Vaccine Successful In Primates

Scientists have developed a drug that effectively stops cocaine from reaching the brain, according to new research in primates.<p>The study, published in the journal Neuropsychopharmacology, shows that the vaccine works by eating "up the cocaine in the blood like a little Pac-man before it can reach …

How to Get Out of Your Own Way (and the Brain Science Behind It)

You can take a class in college in abnormal psychology where you learn everything that is wrong with us as humans. What about everything that is right with us? And by <i>right</i>, I mean the ability to reach our full potential -- being the best we can possibly be, all the time. Why don't they teach …

Surviving Is Not the End, but Just the Beginning

What does it mean to be a survivor? And I'm not talking about<p>outsmarting a bunch of other people on an island in the South Pacific.<p>I'm talking surviving something that you're not supposed to. Something<p>that shakes your very foundation and makes you find out what you're<p>truly made of. In my case, it …

Psychological Distress Still High Despite Recovering Economy, Google Searches Reveal

Even though the economy is showing some signs of recovery, America's psychological state is still in the slumps, if what we're searching for on Google is any indication.<p>Building off of data results originally published last year in the Journal of Affective Disorders, San Diego State University …

Impediments to Creativity

Creativity is one of the best strengths to have. It helps you solve problems, and keeps you versatile and able to roll with change, which in this world is a real plus. My creative clients tell me that they are usually good at anything they put their hand to. For all its merits, creativity can be …