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Thursday, 25 December 2014 00:00


Written by Angie B.
Giggles, laughs, secrets, tears and sharing, these are the traits of friendships, more specifically, girl friendships. We have boyfriends or husbands, children or parents, but when we really want to get something deep down off of our chest, whom do we go to? Our girlfriends - because we know they will listen without judgment, provide support and encouragement and also tell us the truth! Social wellness is a fundamental component of our mental health and emotional strength. Life offers many sudden changes and curve balls where relationships and friendships are…
Thursday, 25 December 2014 00:00

Holiday Memories

Written by Angie B.
When I was growing up, I had few pleasant memories of the holidays but the ones that I do remember invoke a feeling of excitement, gifts and anticipation. When I had children I wanted to recreate those emotions in myself and wanted to create those feelings in them and make the holidays special. I would decorate the house and the tree and get excited about shopping for each unique gift. And then as my children were born we started on our traditions, buying an ornament for each of them to…
Tuesday, 23 December 2014 00:00

10 Benefits of Flaxseeds

Written by Charity B.
Flaxseeds are a small seed that may seem insignificant at a glance, however, these smooth, dark brown seeds are packed full of a wide variety of essential nutrients. They have been consumed for around 6,000 years, but have recently regained their popularity as a powerful super food and rich fiber source. Flaxseeds can improve digestion, skin health, lower cholesterol, reduce sugar cravings, balance hormones, fight cancer, promote weight loss and improve mental health. Flaxseeds, sometimes called linseeds, are small, brown, tan or golden-colored seeds that are the richest sources of…
Monday, 22 December 2014 00:00

Seeking Help For Depression

Written by Emily S.
This month, Time Magazine reported on a comprehensive study led by the National Center for Health Statistics at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) that provided us with insightful new information on depression and depression treatment: From 2009-2012, Americans were surveyed across the nation; out of those surveyed, a reported 8% of people over 12 years old recently reported being depressed. The study also found that women suffer from higher rates of depression than men. This may be the result of the societal pressures women feel to effortlessly…
Sunday, 21 December 2014 00:00

Porcini-Crusted Tenderloin with Chocolate Sauce

Written by Emily S.
Tenderloin is rich in energy boosting iron as well as magnesium, one of the main nutrients that is known to alleviate depression and anxiety symptoms. Paired with a fantastic hint of chocolate makes this tenderloin an incredible dinner that will wow your guests, nourish your health and warm your soul as we welcome in the New Year. Ingredients: Tenderloin: 6 beef tenderloin steaks cut to 1¼" thickness 2 tablespoons dried porcini mushrooms ½ tablespoon peppercorns ½ tablespoon butter ½ tablespoon olive oil Salt to taste Chocolate Sauce: 2 cups beef…
Sunday, 21 December 2014 00:00

The Connection Between Influenza and Bipolar Disorder

Written by Emily S.
Each winter, people across the Northern Hemisphere prepare for the beginning of flu season. Fever, cough, fatigue and muscle aches make this respiratory illness one that many fear, and unfortunately, this year the Center for Disease Control and Prevention have stated that this year may be one for the record books. In 2013, the National Institutes of Health headed a study that explored the relationship between pregnant mothers’ exposure to the flu virus and the baby’s development of bipolar disorder later in adulthood. In the past, studies have also connected…
Friday, 19 December 2014 00:00

Prescription Addiction

Written by Emily S.
In July, the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reported that every day 46 people die from prescription drug overdose. This finding is in alignment with similar data released this month that shows a dramatic rise in painkiller and heroin use, with the amount nearly doubling from 1999 to 2012. This rise in both prescription usage and overdoses is likely the result of the rise in prescribing these medications, with nearly 259 million prescriptions written for painkillers in 2012 alone. And according to TIME Magazine, the city of Chicago…
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