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  • Stress is no stranger to modern Americans. With job cuts occurring everyday and health and family issues helter-skelter, stress seems to be a mainstay in our lives. However, with proper techniques and an optimistic mindset, stress can easily transform into positive energy. We recently sat down with psychologist, achievement coach and author of Positive Directions, <... >

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  • June’s Fit Finds are devoted to wellness in the times of pandemics, indoor exercise in the (hopefully!) impending hot summer days, and of course we couldn’t resist adding in a cool new low-calorie beverage sure to tingle the taste buds, while keeping your waistline in check. Stay healthy, fit, and refreshed this June with these <... >

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  • The most frustrating part of trying to eat healthy is that sometimes, even when you think you’re making good nutritious choices, you’re unknowingly derailing your diet, and with salads, the quintessential health food for dieters, this issue comes up a lot! Read on for our Top Six Salad Do’s and Don’ts that will help you <... >

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