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Political climate have you stressed? Do these five things now!

The American Psychological Association takes a monthly pulse of the country in its “Stress in America” poll, and it’s finding that people are stressed and feeling anxious. The University of Nebraska-Lincoln has conducted research and found that not only do Americans report that politics have harmed their physical or mental health, but it has also […]

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How to Turn Difficult Times into a Period of Growth

If there is one thing that most people have in common during the last few months, it is that the pandemic has created more stress and made life more difficult. In fact, a study published in the September 2020 issue of the journal Science Advances found that acute stress and depressive symptoms increased significantly over […]

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Athlete Andrew Loy: Why Young Global Leadership is Critical Today

The Impact of Young Leaders on Mental Health and Suicide Awareness According to the National Behavioral Health Council, 64.1% of youth with major depression do not receive any mental health treatment. One in every five teens and young adults live with a mental health condition. Suicide is the second highest cause of death for fifteen to twenty-four-year […]

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The Bauer Fund Announces 2020 Award Recipients

New York, N.Y. Dr. Bill Bauer, Mary Ella Bauer, and Madison, Andrew and Jack Ryser are proud to announce the 2020 Bauer Fund grantees. The awards are in honor and memory of their son, brother, brother-in-law, and uncle Grant who passed away from suicide in 2014. Grant Bauer was the impetus for the J. Luce […]

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Fountain House Gallery Auctions 100 Artworks at Mad About Art Benefit

New York, N.Y.  We have attended and reviewed Mad About Art for years. This November’s event was the best ever – an unqualified success, artistically and financially. Fountain House Gallery artist Issa Ibrahim with his installation, “Krypto in Captivity.” Photo: Leslie Barbaro Photography. What is Mad About Art, you ask? Nothing short of a miracle. A project of Fountain House Gallery, […]

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Marietta Times: Bauer Fund Announces 2019 Award Recipients

The Bauer Fund Announces 2019 Award Recipients Dr. Bill Bauer and Mary Ella Bauer, their daughter Maddie Ryser and son-in-law Andrew are proud to announce the 2019 Bauer Fund grantees. The awards are in honor and memory of their son, brother, and brother-in-law Grant who passed away from suicide in 2014. Marietta, Ohio. The awards […]

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Immunity of Body & Mind: Caring for Heart, Intestines, Blood

New York, N.Y. I am writing four pieces on immunity of the body and mind twice, and two were published in the last two issues (February 22 & March 7). It has been said for a long time that the words “I’m worried” mean that if my heart aches, one becomes ill or unhealthy. Immunity of the […]

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Body & Mind Immunity: Mandela who Made Enemy a Friend

New York, N.Y.  On May 10, 1994, four years after Nelson Mandela was released from nearly thirty years in prison, the ceremony was finally set to inaugurate South Africa’s first black president. On that day, leaders from all over the world gathered in Johannesburg to confer their blessings on Mr. Mandela. It was the first time in […]

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