Napping can improve alertness, boost your memory and help you deal with frustration. But not all naps are created equal. Learn how to build the perfect siesta.
The stress of the pandemic has been tough on those with eating disorders. Here’s how to ease back into healthy habits.
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A psychologist shares insight about a mental health phenomenon known as “empathy fatigue.”
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Did you know there are some foods that can lower stress levels? Certain foods can help reduce our levels of cortisol — the primary hormone responsible for stress. A dietitian weighs in.
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Discover the truth about questions that pique your curiosity in our “Short Answer” series. Clinical psychologist Scott Bea, PsyD, answers this one.
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