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Health Benefits Of Intentional Long-Term Weight Loss?

Posted July 22, 2015 by Arya M. Sharma, MD

Despite the difficulties inherent in achieving AND maintaining long-term weight loss, the health benefits for those who manage to do so are widely believed to be substantial. While the health benefits associated with intentional weight loss for some complications of obesity (such as elevated lipids and diabetes) are well documented, high-quality studies to back many other potential health benefits… Read More »

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Book Review: The Day We Met By Rowan Coleman

Posted April 21, 2015 by Anonymous

My niece is 17 years old yet my sister remembers her birth with acute accuracy. It was the most horrible experience of her life, she claims. Now obviously the end result is the best thing that’s ever happened to her, […]

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Why Women All Over The World Are Choosing Beautiful

Posted April 7, 2015 by Anonymous

It’s no surprise to hear that Dove’s latest ad campaign is pulling on heartstrings, celebrating women and empowering us to celebrate ourselves. They’ve done it before with their “Real Beauty” campaigns and the latest installment is no different. Dove is […]

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Are You Eating For Your Divorce?

Posted April 6, 2015 by Anonymous

Foods play a crucial role in our moods. If you’re already going through a separation or divorce, you’re probably on an emotional roller-coaster. But did you know that you can eat for divorce? Plant-based eating expert and holistic nutritionist, Marni […]

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Post-Divorce: Do You Need A Therapist?

Posted February 27, 2015 by Anonymous

People don’t like to talk about needing a therapist. Often there is a stigma attached, but I’m honestly not sure where I’d be today if it weren’t for my therapist, Andrea Share. The countless hours I spent chatting with Andrea […]

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Study Finds Teens Are Less Reliant On Social Networks

Posted January 6, 2015 by Anonymous

Social networks, the term has come to mean more than one thing in our society. And this particular study can really throw you for a loop if you focus on what most of us now think of when we say […]

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Some Days Are Tougher Than Others

Posted December 11, 2014 by Sara

Sometimes it’s hard to do this by myself. Sometimes, most of the time, I can’t imagine doing this parenting thing with another person. Relinquishing control would be too hard on me. Sometimes I’m grateful to not have a relationship on […]

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