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PTSD in the medical field post-COVID.

Since the beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic, healthcare workers have struggled with a myriad of challenges. Lack of PPE, uncertainty of the virus, fear of getting covid and bringing it home to family members, and caring for very ill patients were concerning factors during the pandemic. Stress levels were very high and many healthcare workers

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The Benefits of Bringing Empathy to the Classroom

What if there was a way to meet the needs of all children in the classroom while simultaneously cultivating social-emotional and cognitive growth in our students? If you asked any teacher this question, their answer would most likely be that they would wholeheartedly jump on the opportunity. While there is no magic solution that ensures

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Building Healthy Habits – Finally Stick to Your Goals

Have you ever set goals for yourself and gave up because the change they took was too overwhelming and too hard to stick to? If you are like most people, the answer to that question was most likely, yes. Most people want to better themselves (eat healthier, exercise more, read more, spend more time away

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Yoga Reduces Stress and Transforms Your Health

The Impact of Stress Did you know that long-term stress has significant effects on the body and mind? Stress results from our reaction to events in our environment, and particularly when we feel we do not have enough resources to cope with a situation. Stress can result from time constraints at work, family commitments, negative

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Celebrating National Say Something Nice Day!

June 1st was National Say Something Nice Day. If you are unaware of the history, you may be wondering why this is a day worthy of national recognition. The truth is, there is scientific evidence that suggests being kind to others can increase our own wellbeing.  Can kindness really increase happiness? Researchers all over the

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Naomi Osaka’s Mental Health Story

Naomi Osaka, the number 2 ranked female tennis player in the world, recently received backlash for her refusal to talk to the media at the French Open. Citing concerns for her mental health, Osaka was fined $15,000 for missing a media event before eventually withdrawing from the competition.  At just 20 years old, Naomi beat

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