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Taking Anxiety to the Mat
People plagued by worries have a number of treatments to choose from. Yoga can be a useful alternative for some.
Quarantine is a Recipe for Obesity
The isolation, lack of exercise opportunities and economic hardship related to COVID-19 foster obesity. Here are ways to beat the odds.
The Stress of Social Isolation
Being stuck at home, locked in with kids or other family members or no one at all, can make a person more susceptible to COVID-19 infection.
Tips for Coping with Social Isolation
If quarantine is starting to feel like life without parole, you are not alone. Here are some ways to make it less isolating.
Extremely Long-Term Benefits
Interventions to help kids and parents in violent neighborhoods offer a payback that extends generations.
Poverty and Prevention
Income plays a big role in who does and doesn't get preventive heart care.
Your Kids Know You're Stressed
Parents often try to hide their worries from their children, but kids pick up on anxious undercurrents anyway.
When local teams lose, ER admissions for heart attacks go up, suggesting a new way of looking at the agony of defeat.
Pets and COVID-19
Cats are susceptible to coronaviruses, but they don't appear to transmit them to humans. Protect your pet as you would any family member.
An Emotional Rescue
The way you give emotional support matters. Do it right and you make others feel better; do it wrong and it has the opposite effect.
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