7 Ways We Take Our Stress Out On Other People Besides Anger

7 Ways We Take Our Stress Out On Other People Besides Anger

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7 Ways We Take Our Stress Out On Other People Besides Anger
These methods of coping with anxiety might not be as noticeable as outbursts, but they can be just as damaging.

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What 'Listen to Your Body' Really Means

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What 'Listen to Your Body' Really Means
In the fitness world, people often say you should “listen to your body” when deciding what to do if you aren’t feeling great. That advice often amounts to permission to take the day off, which is certainly a valid option in many cases. Read more…

Track Your Workouts With '1 Second Everyday'

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Track Your Workouts With '1 Second Everyday'
When you’re chasing a fitness goal, what matters in the long run is not whether you worked out today, but what kind of consistency you’re building over time. The app 1 Second Everyday can help you visualize that. Read more…

How to Return to Running After a Break

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How to Return to Running After a Break
It’s spring again, and if you’ve been lamenting a snowy winter, the roads are probably beckoning. Why not dust off those running shoes and go for a jog amidst the spring flowers and the fresh air that no longer hurts your face? Oh, right. Because it’s been a while and you might not be quite […]

Women's Health Conditions A – Z

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Women's Health Conditions A – Z
Health A – Z dedicated to empowering and informing women through medical content, personal stories and inspiration.

What Happens When You Drink More Water Every Day

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What Happens When You Drink More Water Every Day
A gallon is a lot of something. Drink that much milk, and you’ll surely get at least 100,000 YouTube views—or more—if you catalogue the aftermath of your attempt. Drink that much water, as I’ve heard and seen plenty of people attempt to do, and you’ll suddenly be exponentially healthier. At least, that’s how it works,… […]

Cancer A Primer

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Cancer A Primer
A diagnosis of cancer can be a shock, making you feel out of control and overwhelmed. Here is what you need to know.

Is Male Irritability and Anger Undermining Your Marriage? Here are the 4 Warning Signs

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Is Male Irritability and Anger Undermining Your Marriage? Here are the 4 Warning Signs
I’ve been a marriage and family counselor for more than fifty years and have helped more than 40,000 couples. One of the most common, yet least understood, problems that couples face is Male Irritability and Anger (MIA). I first learned about the problem, though it didn’t have a name then, when my own marriage was […]

How to Not Be Sore All the Time After Exercise

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How to Not Be Sore All the Time After Exercise
Delayed onset muscle soreness—the kind that leaves you wincing as you walk down the stairs after squat day—is pretty common after your first day of a new workout. But it’s not as likely to happen after the second day, thanks to a phenomenon known as the repeated bout effect. Read more…

What Is A ‘Sleep Divorce’ And Is It Healthy For A Marriage?

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What Is A ‘Sleep Divorce’ And Is It Healthy For A Marriage?
Sleeping in separate beds could help reduce disturbances for couples, but is it good for your relationship in the long run? Here’s what experts say.

Understanding Coronavirus (COVID-19) Infection Transmission Immunity and Testing

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Understanding Coronavirus (COVID-19) Infection Transmission Immunity and Testing
What do we know about SARS-CoV-2 transmission and immunity? New data suggests infection leads to significant immunity.

This Is Not Your Mother’s Pregnancy

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This Is Not Your Mother’s Pregnancy
Three questions to consider about DNA testing— and what you might do with the information

How to Stop Yourself From Wasting Money on Health Gimmicks

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How to Stop Yourself From Wasting Money on Health Gimmicks
Whenever I see a compelling ad for a new health or fitness product or hear about a tantalizing trend, I must admit I’m as tempted as anybody else. Sometimes stuff looks cool! I imagine myself like the people in the ad, reaping the benefits being promised—and then I snap out of it, and ask myself […]

How I Achieved a Healthy Meditation Practice

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How I Achieved a Healthy Meditation Practice
Over the past month I took over the Lifehacker Fitness Challenge, working to develop a consistent meditation routine. I committed to 30 days of meditation to break down my aversion to the practice and build a healthy routine to reduce stress and anxiety. In the beginning, I started each morning with a three-minute… Read more…

What You Can Do After You're Vaccinated, According to the CDC

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What You Can Do After You're Vaccinated, According to the CDC
The CDC has released guidelines for people who are fully vaccinated. The biggest highlight: two weeks after you’ve had your final shot, you can spend time without masks indoors with other fully vaccinated people, although you should still wear masks when out in public. Read more…

Why You Need Alone Time

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Why You Need Alone Time
There’s a name for the feeling of sadness we get if we spend too much time alone: We are lonely. But what about the negative feelings that can come from not spending enough time alone? Read more…

5 Common Mistakes Parents Make When Talking To Kids About Puberty

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5 Common Mistakes Parents Make When Talking To Kids About Puberty
Conversations with tweens and teens about sex and development can be uncomfortable. Here are some typical missteps — and what to do instead.

Working at Home for the Long-term? Look to Your Health.

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Working at Home for the Long-term? Look to Your Health.
Working remotely from home? Here’s what you need to know to ensure your overall well-being.

How to Get on a Vaccine Standby List

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How to Get on a Vaccine Standby List
If you’re waiting impatiently for your turn to get a vaccine, you probably already know all the tricks to snag an appointment. (If not, we have a guide here.) But there’s another avenue you may be able to pursue: the standby list. Sometimes clinics will have extra doses available at the end of the day, […]

Menopause Q&A

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Menopause Q&A
As my patients reach their forties and start noticing changes in their menstrual cycles, they often start thinking…

Why Men Frighten Women and Women Shame Men and How It Destroys Relationships

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Why Men Frighten Women and Women Shame Men and How It Destroys Relationships
My wife, left a note for me the other day. It said, “Jed, you forgot to lock the door again when you went out the other day. Love, Carlin.” I read the note, had a quick thought about trying to remember when else I forgot to lock the door when I left, and quickly forgot […]
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