Want a drug-free way to help you manage pain? Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), which involves improved self-talk and a practical approach to problem solving may help ease your chronic pain.
Although caffeine is safe, it can be harmful or even fatal when too much is consumed within a short period of time. Discover how much caffeine you’re getting from coffee, tea, soda or energy drinks, and learn how to stay within safe limits.
When actress Debbie Reynolds died shortly after the death of her beloved daughter, many people wondered if she died of a broken heart. Is this possible? Find out how strong emotions can affect your heart, including grief, depression, anger and fear.
This nourishing soup balances the sweetness of roasted squash and sweet potato with savory onion, garlic, ginger and curry powder. You get a zing of flavor in every satisfying spoonful, plus plenty of plant nutrients.
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