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Fountain House Symposium Sheds Light On Anxiety

New York, N.Y. More than 600 attendees convened at The Pierre on May 6 for the annual Fountain House Symposium and Luncheon, which over the past 16 years has become New York’s premier lay forum addressing issues of serious mental illness. This year’s topic was The Anxiety Epidemic: New Research • New Insights. Elizabeth Vargas […]

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Five Ailments Chinese Medicine Formulas Can Help

Traditional Chinese medicine has been practiced for thousands of years and is well respected worldwide. Out of that health and wellness field there has emerged the area of Chinese herbal formulas. According to the National Institutes of Health, herbal medicines are a type of dietary supplement that people take to try and maintain or improve […]

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Five Tried and True Tips for Those Who Have Sleep Problems

New York, N.Y. May is considered Better Sleep Month, which is a month dedicated to encouraging people to improve their sleep habits. For those who struggle to get good sleep, they know all too well the negative impact that it can have on their life. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), reports that […]

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FRAME’s Inaugural Gala Puts Focus on Muscles as Cause of Pain

New York, N.Y. The Foundation for Research and Advocacy for Muscle Pain Education (FRAME) hosted its first benefit at Bryant Park Grill in Manhattan last Thursday. Friends, family, and sponsors joined to support FRAME, whose goal is to change the way the medical community assesses and treats pain. It was an opportunity for clinicians, pain […]

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5 Digital Diet Solutions for New Year Slimdown Success

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With the 2019 CES show having debuted multiple diet-focused consumer technologies, including devices that analyze the gases in people’s breath to uncover what diet improvements would be helpful for them, there is much ado about progressive digital solutions fostering slimdown success this New Year and beyond. With that in mind, here’s a roundup of five […]

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Not sure who to help and how this Giving Tuesday? Think Veterans!

Each year, the first Tuesday that follows Black Friday is known as Giving Tuesday. The event follows a weekend of shoppers out getting bargains and being stuck in spending mode. Giving Tuesday is a day that reminds people to help others through gifts, time, donations, goods, and by using your voice. This year, Paws or […]

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Pediatrician Designs an App to Create Customized Recipes Using Ingredients on Hand

Millions of busy families around the country opt for unhealthy fast food meals for their family. Often times, this is simply because they don’t know what to make on short notice or how that they can actually get a healthy meal on the table quickly. The Dr. Yum Project, a pediatrician-led nonprofit organization is out […]

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Dr. Yum’s Preschool Adventure Program Aims to Help Kids Love their Veggies

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), 9 out of 10 children do not consume enough fruits and vegetables. Considering these foods are nutritional powerhouses that are key in the health of a developing child, one pediatrician has set out to change that. Dr. Yum’s Preschool Food Adventure was created specifically to […]

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