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"Life's slings and arrows" is Harvard-educated neuroscientist Richard J. Davidson's phrase for the events we spend our days ducking, sometimes unsuccessfully. Losing out on that promotion. Getting dumped. Navigating a cocktail party of boors (or bores)....
Tribune reporterPaul Kahan is the opposite of an enigma. He is easily explained. He is pleased by simple pleasures. He defines his life by four pillars: chef, record-store geek, husband, law-abiding citizen. Everything else is noise. In judgment, he renders halfway...
After a stressful day of seeing sick and sometimes dying patients, Dr. Aaron Michelfelder doesn't reach for a beer to decompress. Instead, this family medicine doctor at Loyola University Medical Center opts for acupuncture or self-hypnosis. While...
Tags: Pharmaceuticals, Health, Suicide, Symptoms, Pilates
Certain beaches, restaurants and stores on the Delaware Shore seem to land on everybody's "must-do" list. But there are also plenty of places and activities that get less attention. Maybe they're a few miles from the shore, or take place midweek, or don't...
Tags: Dining and Drinking, Health, Holidays, Concerts, Farms
Allie Mac Kay was live from Your Neighborhood Studio checking out some of their new dance fitness classes. Your Neighborhood Studio offers over 70 classes a week including cardio dance classes such as Zumba, Club Karma, GROOV3, Burlesque, Samba,...
Being healthy isn't just about running marathons and eating vegetables. Exercise and a healthy diet can be a little more tricky. I used to think I was healthy because I ran marathons and was a longtime vegetarian. Then one day, the man I was dating...
Every year, new restaurants, stores and other attractions pop up on the Delaware shore. This year is no exception. The list below is a sampling of some of the more interesting places that have recently opened their doors, as wel as some beach standbys....
How Technology Changed Fitness We spend most of our waking hours staring at a screen, and that doesn’t leave us much time for exercising. But, with all the technology in the world today we can redeem some on-line time and get a great workout! NIKE...
Everyone forgets a name or a date from time to time. But how do you know when it's something serious? Marina Tompkins, a certified social worker and director of Keswick Multi-Care Center's adult day program, talks about how to tell the difference between...
Tags: Retirement, Human Body, Diseases and Illnesses, Health, Anxiety
On any given day at Coconut Creek Elementary school in Florida, it's likely that you'll find the children in an unlikely position: downward dog. They lean on their hands with their bottoms in the air, swaying and breathing and centering themselves. Then,...
Tags: Health, Education, Family, Psychiatry, University of Michigan
Fresh-from-the-farm breakfasts, Tibetan stretching and miles upon miles of hiking trails are just some of the reasons adults are happily forgoing their vacations for health retreats. But with hundreds of retreats from New York to California, it's hard to...
ReutersNEW YORK (Reuters Health) - About one third of breast cancer survivors experience fatigue that can affect their quality of life, but a small new study finds that doing yoga might help restore some lost vitality. After three months of twice-weekly yoga...
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