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Money isn't the Secret to a Happy Life, According to Research

Scientists have proven what we've known for years, money can't buy happiness.

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5 Stroke Prevention Tips

May is American Stroke Awareness Month, and according to the Stroke Center, nearly 800,000 adults in the U.S. suffer from this disorder every year. A stroke can be potentially lethal, but can also lead to debilitating issues related to mobility and speech.

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Common Warning Signs Of Unhealthy Stress

Throughout your life, you are dealt a hand that might not always be as easy as you expected. You'll face frustrations, unexpected downfalls and upsets that collectively bring one common feeling out of you: stress.

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How To Support Your Depressed Family Member

May is Mental Health Month, a time to focus on the impact that mental health conditions have on millions of people throughout the U.S. Statistics found in 2014 by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration showed that approximately 42.5 million adults across the U.S. experience some form of mental illness, and that around 9.3 million have a serious mental health condition that impacts their daily lives. 

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6 Ways to Improve Your Mental Health

Stress and anxiety can be a problem for people of any age, and ignoring your mental health can impact your overall well-being. By being proactive and mindful, it can be possible to mitigate these problems and bring about positive results.

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Strategies For Coping With Stress And Anxiety

What keeps you up better at night than good ol' stress or anxiety? Nothing - and what's the advice you get? "Don't worry so much." Not very helpful. The American Psychological Association conducted a Stress in America survey and found that on a ten-point scale, - ten being the highest - adults in the U.S. are only at a 4.9 in terms of stress levels, reported Psychology Today.

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7 Steps to Healthy, Happy Aging

Growing old presents new challenges to staying healthy and in good spirits. By following these tips, seniors can minimize the risk of getting sick, less independent or unhappy in their golden years.

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Health Canada Approves New Flu Vaccine For Seniors

You may have noticed Canada's unusually mild flu season this year. Thanks to the warm weather this winter, fewer Canadians took to their beds suffering from influenza, reported the Toronto Sun via the Public Health Agency of Canada. But the country did not go completely without disease. The agency's FluWatch report explained that there were hospitalizations, most of which were occupants of seniors over the age of 65. 

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