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Avoiding social isolation in older adults over the holidays

Monday 09th December 2019

Although holidays are meant to be a time of celebration and togetherness, they can have a negative impact on older adults who run a high risk of being socially isolated. Social isolation, although easily overlooked […]

More than half of US office-based physicians recommend CHA

Saturday 07th December 2019

New research has revealed that over half (53.1%) of office-based physicians in the United States, across specialty areas, recommended at least one complementary health approach (CHA) to their parents during the previous year. Female physicians […]

When space travel is a blur

Thursday 05th December 2019

Scientists in Canada are in the process of developing a new way of measuring the mechanics of the human eye. The reason for this is to help identify astronauts who are at risk of sustaining […]

Majority of childhood sex-abuse survivors achieve complete mental health

Tuesday 03rd December 2019

Although most research on child sexual abuse survivors is focused on negative consequences, a new study has instead examined factors associated with resilience and flourishing among adult survivors. “Remarkably, two-thirds [65%] of the childhood sexual-abuse […]

NHA Balance for Life Health Retreat

Sunday 01st December 2019

Join me in 2020 and Jump Start Your New Year on the Ocean in Deerfield Beach, Florida from January 12-16, where I will be a featured speaker at the 2nd Annual NHA Balance for Life […]