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If you’re struggling with anxiety or related stress and symptoms, turn to herbs. Certain soothing herbs may have the potential to induce feelings of calm and relaxation.
Journaling might seem a little outdated in today's high-tech world, but it offers impressive perks. Here's why putting pen to paper is an exercise that can benefit your physical and mental health.
If you suffer from stress, anxiety or memory loss, you’ll want to keep a watchful eye out for partially hydrogenated oils, a super-common ingredient that can trigger or worsen symptoms.
Nutritionist Erin Macdonald talks about using food as medicine, and she shares her tips for keeping your immune system strong during these stressful times.