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Supporting Our Kids' Mental Health

More and more young people are struggling with mood imbalances, stress, and anxiety. But there are things we can do at home to better support our children’s mental health. Just like physical health, we can proactively nurture mental health by passing on healthy habits to our kids.

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5 Things That Can Weaken Your Immune System

If you want your immune system to stay in good shape, you have to treat it right. That means taking good care of yourself so that your body has the resources it needs for self-defense. Unhealthy choices can chip away at your natural defenses. Here are 5 things that can weaken your immune system.

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5 Ways Your Digestion Impacts Your Health

We’ve all experienced occasional digestive troubles. Common complaints such as gas, heartburn, or constipation are usually temporary. But if these things are happening all the time, it’s a sign your digestive health is out of balance. This can have wide-ranging effects on your overall health.

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Best Supplements to Take When You Travel

Traveling should be fun, but it can also be hard on the body. The sudden disruption in your routine and exposure to new environments, new foods, and new time zones can create all kinds of challenges for your digestion, immunity, sleep, and more. Pack these supplements to help you stay well while you travel.

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5 Reasons You Aren't Sleeping

If you persistently have trouble sleeping, it’s important to identify the root cause. Sleep loss is a pretty common problem, and the reasons for it are mostly common, too. Here are 5 of the most likely reasons you're not sleeping well, and how you can get your sleep back on track.

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How to Check Your Own Heart Health

Heart disease is the leading cause of death in America, accounting for 1 in 4 deaths every year. It's also preventable, but since it doesn't always have obvious symptoms, you may not know where your heart health stands until you check. Here are 3 simple ways you can check your own heart health.

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How Stress Can Mess With Your Gut

It's no accident that we have "gut feelings" about things. The brain and the gut are actually closely related. Your emotions can directly affect your intestinal function, and vice versa. This is why when you’re stressed, you can feel the havoc it is wreaking on your gut.

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