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For most adolescents, high school can be a time of new experiences and plenty of change. Evidently, as graduation approaches, it can also be a season of extreme stress. A recent survey of more ... Read More »
This week on Sharecare we’re sharing advice from top cardiologists, giving you tension-soothing tips and helping you stay safe against the measles.
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On Sharecare we’re giving you the latest update on this nasty cold and flu season, sharing the best yoga stretches to de-stress and helping you eat right to prevent inflammation.
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When you’re under the gun at home or at work, it can be hard to find time for others’ feelings. But don’t be so hard on yourself; there might be a biological reason for your response. New ... Read More »
Researchers now agree that there is a biomolecular aspect to all experience, including happiness, and that the brain is command central for the chemical and physiological changes that occur in the ... Read More »
On Sharecare we’re giving you the lowdown on this dangerous flu season, helping you reach your health and wellness goals in the New Year, showing you how laughter may actually be the best ... Read More »
In the comments section, tell us what your New Year's Resolutions are! We'd love to know. Here at DailyStrength, we're big believers in affirmative thinking. That's why we ... Read More »
Any parent raising a child knows how much time is spent on teaching that child some manners. Say "thank you" when someone gives you a present. Say "thank you" when somebody holds the door. Say "thank ... Read More »
On Sharecare we’re keeping you informed on the latest Ebola news, shining some light on how sunshine can make you happy, and revealing why busy emergency rooms may give better care.
We’ve long been told that too much stress is bad for our health. Living under the burden of stress for extended periods of time can increase your blood pressure, worsen coronary artery disease ... Read More »

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