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If you think about it, memories are one of the most important parts of life. Memories help define who you are as a person, and differentiate you from the person next to you.
Stress is unavoidable in life, whether it’s from a round of layoffs at work, a breakup with your significant other, or even something as simple as driving through bad traffic.
Remember when telephones only had one purpose? Not that long ago, we just used them to make phone calls. Well, these days our cell phones can do a lot more than that.
Living with chronic stress is the new norm in our supermom-workaholic society. Add an anxiety disorder to the pile of stress, and life becomes even more miserable.
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Fighting with your friends and loved ones can be a drag, but what if it actually killed you?
According to a study published in the Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health, stressful ...
The pain of a migraine that won’t go away can drive some people, including teens, to the emergency room.
Despite widespread anti-bullying campaigns in schools, there is still no 100 percent effective way yet to prevent bullying and its devastating consequences.
A recent study in the journal ...
Electronics and technology make life simpler in many ways, but when it comes to sleep we could do without the distraction and light of our cell phones and tablets.
Women learn to hide their problems and shortcomings at a young age, so it comes as no surprise that many women are so skilled at concealing their struggles with eating disorders.
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EmpowHER Founder & Chairman Michelle King Robson shares her own personal health story and explains why women need to advocate for their own health and wellness!