The Psychological Benefits of Music

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We all know the feeling. A favorite oldie comes on the radio and suddenly you’re transported back to one of the happiest times of your life. Or you find yourself feeling crabby after a long hard day when a particularly catchy tune gets you bopping in your living room. Music seems to have a direct […]

Gaining Ground on Air and Water Quality Improvements

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Air and water quality are important aspects of both our environmental and our personal health. In the United States alone, poor air causes an estimated 60,000 deaths per year, while water pollution continues to be a significant and costly problem for communities like Flint, Michigan. Awareness of the importance of air and water quality has […]

Why Growing Closer to Your Children Also Helps Keep Them Safe

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According to the Department of Health and Human Services, the relationship between a parent and child will be one of the most important in that child’s life. As a parent, you may have felt an instant bond with your child from the second they were born. But, you can never grow too close to your […]

Breaking Unhealthy Trauma-Coping Habits

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If you have lived through a trauma then that means, by definition, you are a survivor. And being a survivor means, by definition, you are strong enough to have lived through something that could have killed you. But just because the event is over doesn’t mean you’ve moved past it. In fact, as bad as […]

3 Businesses That Are Thriving Amidst the Coronavirus Outbreak

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The Coronavirus pandemic has changed everyday life for millions of people. It is expected that 67 million Americans will completely lose their jobs due to this virus. At the end of March, the unemployment rate was 4.4%. Many businesses simply haven’t been able to sustain themselves during these uncertain times. Some have had to shut […]

Troubleshooting Your Perpetual Fatigue

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A survey-based report completed by the National Safety Council found that, as of 2017, 43% of Americans believed they didn’t get enough sleep to adequately and effectively perform their daily duties at work. Additionally, about 11% of adults report that they get insufficient sleep every night. With sleep being such an important part of taking […]

Everything You Need to Know About Carbon Offsetting Your Flights

In 2017 alone, airlines in the United States carried more passengers than ever before — a whopping 849.3 million travelers. Though flying is more popular than ever, there is a problem. Passengers who fly frequently are increasing their carbon footprint. Flying takes a lot of manpower and fuel, and isn’t great for the environment. You […]