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The Executive’s Balancing Act: Importance of Self-Care

By Cameka Smith (Image: iStock/udra) Are your feeling overwhelmed? Asking yourself how do I balance family, business, and my needs? Learn how to use the Self-Care Formula. I know you are saying “Self-care! What’s that?  …read more

By Selena Hill As if marijuana users needed another reason to smoke a joint, a new study reveals that cannabis may actually reverse the aging process in the human brain. In the study, which was led by researchers at the University of Bonn in Germany and was recently published in the journal Natural …read more

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By Kristen Everson The Canadian Forces and Veterans Affairs are setting up a clinical trial to evaluate the safety and efficacy of using medical marijuana to treat post-traumatic stress disorder in military members and veterans. …read more

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By Corky Siemaszko About 12 percent of Americans who died on opioid overdoses in 2015 were Floridians, the most recent statistics show. …read more

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By Jean Chatzky Putting the care puzzle together for aging parents requires a mix of legal, financial, and governmental resources. And it’s a problem many people haven’t planned for. …read more

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By Lisa Fraser Sleep Awareness Week 2017 is in full effect, and if you’re struggling to barely clock six hours of shut-eye, or even the recommended eight, this may be the time for you to challenge yourself. t …read more

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By Selena Hill (Image: Child with malaria in Ethiopia | Photo Credit: Wikimedia Commons) In wake of World Malaria Day on Tuesday, the World Health Organization (WHO) announced that it will begin testing the first malaria vaccine in Ghana, Kenya, and Malawi starting in 2018. …read more

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By Johnny Lieu Divorces are often difficult affairs, but they can be even more difficult for children. It’s why Victoria Baldwin and her ex-husband Adam Dyson have promised to come together every year to carry on their tradition of taking a family portrait with their son Bruce. …read more

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By Michael Gottlieb Educating people about the availability of PrEP shouldn’t be controversial, writes Dr. Michael Gottlieb. …read more

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By Trymaine Lee The ritual tabulation of killings in cities like Chicago never adds up to a full picture — because psychological trauma is rarely part of the equation …read more

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