Mental Health

How to Get Cheaper Internet

"High-speed internet service is no longer a luxury—it’s a necessity. But too many families go without high-speed internet because of ...
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Coping with Anger

Coping with Anger

Why Is It Important To Manage Anger?  Whether your little brother scribbled all over your homework or your favorite sports ...
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Caffeine

Everybody has experienced a morning without their coffee, and we all know that those are the worst. We consume it ...
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Gratitude

Practicing gratitude can sometimes be something easier said than done. You might ask, will writing down three things I am ...
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Back Pain Alleviation for Everyone

Who Gets Back Pain? Although lower back pain is more common in older adults, kids and younger adults also can ...
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Pets and Mental Health

The relationship between humans and animals goes back thousands of years. Archaeological evidence suggests that dogs became four-legged companions over ...
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Forest Bathing and Therapy

Forest Bathing/Therapy: The Benefits of the Outdoors on Mental Health Ever wonder why you see a boost in your mood ...
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Music and Your Brain

Do you ever notice how you get the urge to get up and feel the groove when a particularly upbeat ...
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Coping with the Pandemic

Nothing has tested our ability to adapt to unique circumstances quite like the Covid-19 pandemic. Before the resurgence of the ...
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Morning Routines

Creating a daily routine and a morning routine, in particular, can have fantastic benefits for your mental health. First, it ...
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Expectations

Setting goals is a positive source of motivation for many people. However, sometimes when we create unrealistic or unclear expectations, ...
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SMART Goals

We all set goals for ourselves, whether it's for things we want to accomplish in the next week or in ...
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10 Ways to Cope with Stress

Stress is defined as any type of change that causes physical, emotional, or psychological strain. Stress is your body’s response ...
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Positive Self-Talk

Every day we each have an internal dialogue with ourselves about how we feel and what we are capable of. ...
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What is Mindfulness?

Mindfulness is the state of being fully present in the current moment while being aware of one’s internal and external ...
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Intuitive Eating

What is intuitive eating? Intuitive eating is an eating style that rejects diet culture and instead promotes a healthy attitude ...
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Deep Breathing

Do you ever feel like there is too much to do in a day? Or that you have no time ...
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Micro-Affirmations… What are they?!

Many Americans deal with daily mental health struggles, especially in this time of COVID. So, what are some ways that ...
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What is Mental Health?!

Mental Health includes ones emotional, psychological, and social well-being and affects how we think, feel and act. (1) Many things ...
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Be Thankful. Be Healthy

Thanksgiving is around the corner! We have so much to be thankful for here at the research center! For starters...our ...
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