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Understanding the Heart Disease and Depression Link on National Wear Red Day

Go Red for Women 2017
Friday, February 3rd, 2017, is National Wear Red Day. Promoted by Go Red for Women, a global organization dedicated to fighting heart disease in women, the event was created to bring attention to the fact that heart disease and stroke cause 1 in 3 deaths in women. This is
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Exercise to Reduce Anxiety and Depression

Anxiety Disorder
It’s well known that exercise helps improve physical fitness and fight conditions like heart disease and diabetes. Exercise can also play a pivotal role in improving and maintaining mental and emotional health. Not only can physical activity work to alleviate the kinds of common stress that many people experience, researchers
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Valentine’s Day is a Reminder to Love Yourself

Signs Of Depression
Tomorrow is Valentine’s Day! If you are in a relationship you may be thinking about doing something nice for your significant other. Candy, flowers, a card, a gourmet dinner… there are many ways to show you care about them on this holiday that celebrates love. But there’s someone else who
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National Drug & Alcohol Facts Week - Addiction Is A Diagnosable, Treatable Illness.

Substance Abuse Counselor
National Drug & Alcohol Facts Week is Monday, January 23 through Sunday, January 29. Launched by scientists at the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) in 2010, the event seeks to give teens the accurate information on drug and alcohol abuse they need to make smart life choices. The
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