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Spirituality Can Increase Hope and Optimism

Some people refer to themselves as religious while others prefer to call themselves spiritual and that got me thinking—what’s the difference? Religion typically refers to a set of beliefs that involves worship of a God or higher power, while spirituality can be thought of as a set of values which a …

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Listen to Music While You Exercise

It’s all too easy for exercise to become monotonous—taking the same route through your neighborhood on your nightly walk, staring at the same photo on the wall in front of your treadmill each morning, or watching the same perky instructor on an exercise DVD every day is enough to make …

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Coffee and Uterine Cancer

Drinking coffee has its pros and cons. People who drink coffee have a lower risk of Parkinson’s disease, diabetes, and gallbladder disease, but the caffeine can cause problems for people with heart disease, hypertension, insomnia, and anxiety. Now, a new study shows that women can lower their risk of getting …

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The Multiple Benefits of Yoga

Yoga, a combination of breathing exercises, physical postures, and meditations, has been practiced for more than 5,000 years. Yoga is a form of Hindu spiritual practice in India but it has evolved into a popular form of physical exercise in the Western world. Yoga continues to gain recognition in the …

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