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Daily meditation is a powerful tool for managing stress and enhancing your health. Practicing mindfulness can help you apply that same present-moment awareness to all your daily activities. Discover how appreciating the world around you can have a positive impact on body, mind and spirit. Here, wellness expert Melissa Young, MD, shares 11 tips for practicing … Read More
Stress. We all have it. Daily life — getting to work on time, shuttling kids to and from after-school activities, dealing with a lack of sleep — can trigger it. So can traumatic events. The question: How do you deal with it? Start by tackling the basics, and seek medical advice when you need it. … Read More